10. West Ham and Spurs meet for the 120th time in the league on Monday evening, Tottenham boasting a 49-40 win-loss record over their London rivals. Another Spurs win is priced at 2.15. 9. They face a West Ham side with just one win in their last eight games. Spurs are 1.52 to win Draw No Bet. 8. The Hammers, however, beat Swansea 1-0 on their last outing at Upton Park and are 3.35 to win again. 7. Spurs won November’s reverse fixture 3-1 at White Hart Late, their third two-goal winning margin over West Ham in seven games. Spurs are 11.00 to win 2-0 and 18.00 for 3-1. 6. Sam Allardyce’s men have scored once in each of their past five games, keeping just one clean sheet (W1 D1 L3). They are 1.38 to net and 6.00 to win without conceding. 5. Gareth Bale has scored six of Tottenham’s last seven goals and is 7.00 to net twice on Monday. 4. Kevin Nolan has earned as many yellow cards as goals this season (six) and has netted just once since November.The Hammers captain is 4.25 to score and 6.50 to net more than Bale. 3. Moussa Dembele scored only his second goal for Spurs on Thursday night against Lyon and is 6.00 to net again on Monday. Watch Dembele’s strike here:
2. West Ham and Spurs are both within the top six Premier League clubs in terms of corners earned per game (6.38 and 7.12 respectively). Monday’s game is 1.80 to exceed 11.5 corners. 1. These sides have drawn just once at Upton Park in their past eight meetings, a 1-1 tie in November 2007. Both goalscorers that day – Carlton Cole and Matt Dawson – are still with their respective clubs and another draw on Monday is available at 3.35.