Tottenham take on West Ham in their next Premier League encounter after the international break.
Spurs have a poor record against the Hammers of late, losing to them twice in 2017, including a League Cup game in which Spurs led 2-0.
The London derby is always a spicy affair, and it is sure to be a passionate performance from both sides.
Tottenham currently sit two points off the league leaders of Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City.
West Ham have enjoyed recent wins against Manchester United and Everton, as well as a draw at home to Chelsea.
However, the Hammers started the season poorly, losing their first four games on the bounce, and they now sit 15th in the league table.
This hasn’t stopped Mark Noble comparing the two London sides though, as he claimed Spurs were a bit like West Ham in their ‘up and down’ ways.
Spurs fans will be hoping to silence the much-disliked player come match day.
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