Bet9ja Preview: Tottenham Hotspur – West Ham United: Expect goals at Wembley

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Cup competitions present an opportunity to win the silverware and the Lilywhites will be hopeful of making it to the next round

It’s the London Derby in the fourth round of the English Football League Cup as Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United take on each other at Wembley on Wednesday.

The Lilywhites will be in high spirits following their comprehensive 4-1 win over Liverpool on Sunday with the victory pulling them within five points of leaders Manchester City. Spurs had to work hard to see off Barnsley in the previous round and are favourite here at (1.51) with Bet9ja.

The Hammers are going through a difficult patch at the moment. Friday’s 3-0 home defeat to Premier League newcomers Brighton and Hove Albion was their fifth loss from nine games this term. Despite thumping Bolton Wanderers 3-0 last time out, odds of (6.20) mean West Ham remain underdogs.

Harry Kane Serge Aurier Tottenham

A draw comes in at a price of (4.40).

Spurs have progressed in nine of the previous 11 times they have reached the EFL Cup fourth round. Backing Maurcio Pochettino’s side to avoid defeat is available at (1.11).

The North Londoners have however lost their last three League Cup ties to Premier League opposition and this gives Slaven Bilic’s side the chance to at leave Wembley without losing at (2.48).

Slaven Bilic West Ham

Tottenham’s last three home games with West Ham has seen a mouth-watering 14 goals. Goals can be expected to set the British capital abuzz so punters can back more than three goals in the game at a good price of (1.60).

The Hammers have lost four of their last five EFL Cup games to topflight opposition and Bet9ja is offering a rewarding (2.00) for Spurs to win the first half.

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