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Premier League

  • March 19, 2011
  • • 12:45
  • • White Hart Lane, London
  • Referee: M. Dean
  • • Attendance: 36010

Premier League Preview: Tottenham - West Ham

Premier League Preview: Tottenham - West Ham

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Tottenham: Gomes; Corluka, Dawson, Gallas, Assou-Ekoto; Lennon, Modric, Sandro, Bale; Van der Vaart; Crouch.

West Ham: Green; Spector, Tomkins, Upson, Bridge; Parker, Noble, Hitzlsperger; Piquionne, Cole, Ba.


  • On the nine occasions Tottenham have played in the Premier League after a Champions League match, they have won four, drawn two and lost three times.
  • Since the turn of the year Tottenham have picked up 18 of a possible 27 points in the Premier League.
  • Tottenham are unbeaten in 11 matches in all competitions at White Hart Lane against West Ham.
  • Harry Redknapp's side have only lost once at home in the league all season.
  • Rafael van der Vaart has scored 10 goals in 19 appearances for Tottenham in the league.
  • West Ham have scored 15 goals in their past five matches in all competitions.
  • Demba Ba has scored four goals in four appearances for the Hammers since joining from Hoeffenheim in January.
  • The Hammers have only won twice on the road in the Premier League this season. They have lost six times and drawn on six occasions.
  • If West Ham win at White Hart Lane it will be their first league double over Tottenham since the 1998-99 season.
  • Due to the early kick-off, a West Ham win would see them leap out of the relegation zone and up to 13th, if only for a few hours.


September 25, 2010: West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

West Ham moved off the bottom of the table with their first win over Tottenham since May 2006. Frederic Piquionne scored the only goal of the game as his powerful header gave the Hammers all three points.

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Available Squads
22Vedran CorlukaDefender
13William GallasDefender
5Michael DawsonDefender
32Benoit Assou-EkottoDefender
7Aaron LennonMidfielder
19Luka ModricMidfielder
11Gareth BaleMidfielder
23Rafael van der VaartMidfielder
18Jermain DefoeStriker
-Stipe PletikosaGoalkeeper
6Alan HuttonDefender
5S. BassongDefender
8Jermaine JenasMidfielder
21Niko KranjcarMidfielder
9Roman PavlyuchenkoStriker
25Peter CrouchStriker
1Robert GreenGoalkeeper
2Lars JacobsenDefender
22Manuel Da Costa TrindadeDefender
20Matthew UpsonDefender
3Wayne BridgeDefender
26Gary O'NeilMidfielder
28Scott ParkerMidfielder
10Thomas HitzlspergerMidfielder
16Mark NobleMidfielder
9Carlton ColeStriker
9Demba BaStriker
-Ruud BoffinGoalkeeper
19Danny GabbidonDefender
5James TomkinsDefender
34Boa MorteMidfielder
40Freddie SearsStriker
41Zavon HinesStriker
33Victor Nsofor ObinnaStriker
Players to Watch
Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale
Position: Midfielder
Squad Number: 11
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
The Welshman's pace will be a constant threat to West Ham's back four. He also has a sharp eye for goal, scoring seven times in the league this season. He has been plagued by a back injury in recent weeks but has overcome those problems and is fully fit to take his place on the left wing.
Demba Ba
Demba Ba
Position: Striker
Squad Number: 9
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
The former Hoffenheim striker has been an instant hit at Upton Park after scoring four league goals in four games in the Premier League. He has added presence to the Hammers' attack since joining in the January transfer window and will be looking to keep his goalscoring record going against Tottenham.
There should be goals galore at White Hart Lane this weekend as two good attacking teams lock horns.

Everyone knows about Tottenham's attacking credentials, with the likes of Bale, Van der Vaart and Modric in the side but West Ham are no slouches going forward either.

Avram Grant's side have racked up 15 goals in five matches and look a rejuvenated side.

Tottenham will be full of confidence following their progression to the quarter-finals of the Champions League but West Ham will be hoping to capitalise on a European hang-over at the Lane.

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