When, where, and how to watch West Ham vs Tottenham

The games are coming thick and fast as we head into the final stretch of the Premier League campaign. Next up for Tottenham Hotspur is a trip to West Ham, and here’s when the game takes place and how you can watch it.

Spurs got back to winning ways at the weekend with a 2-1 home win over Luton Town.

Ange Postecoglou’s men trailed at half-time but were able to turn things around thanks to a fine display from Brennan Johnson, and a late winner from Heung-min Son.

Their next opponents, West Ham, were on the wrong end of a 4-3 thriller against Newcastle United on Saturday afternoon.

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When and where is the Spurs vs West Ham game?

Tottenham take on West Ham at the London Stadium on Tuesday 2nd of April. The game kicks off at 8:15pm BST.

How to watch Spurs vs West Ham

You can watch the Spurs vs West Ham game live if you have a subscription to TNT Sports through BT Sports.

Alternatively, you can catch the highlights as part of the midweek Match of the Day programme on the BBC.

Spurs vs West Ham team news

Tottenham have no fresh injury concerns, with all first team players making it through the Luton game without any issues.

In fact, Postecoglou will now be able to call upon Micky van de Ven, with the Dutchman fully recovered from his recent injury.

Likewise, Richarlison is now back to full fitness and ready to start, should Postecoglou choose to give him the nod in the first XI.

Long term absentees Ryan Sessegnon, Manor Solomon, and Fraser Forster will all miss out.

Meanwhile, West Ham could be without first-choice goalkeeper, Alphonse Areola, with Lukasz Fabianski ready to deputise.

Defender Nayef Aguerd is thought to be close to a return but may not make it into the starting line up. Key midfielder, Edson Alvarez, is suspended for the game.

The Spurs Web prediction

It’s always a tricky game against West Ham, particularly at their place. There’s sure to be goals and I think (and hope) that Spurs will come out on top in an entertaining, end-to-end London derby. I’ll say 2-1 to Spurs.

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