We’ve had over a century of rivalry at Upton Park and supporters won’t need reminding of some famous late wins in recent seasons - think Dier, Bale and Stalteri - and you can pick up 34/25 for the time of the last goal to be between 76-90 minutes.
Indeed, if you fancy a repeat of last season, a scorecast of Eric Dier to score in a 1-0 Spurs win is a tempting 150/1! Dier, meanwhile, is 9/1 to score at anytime.
It’s fair to say you can expect goals. Only three of 39 contests between the teams have finished goalless and four of the last five in the Premier League have seen over 2.5 goals.
Using that theory, Spurs to win 2-1 is 38/5 on Marathonbet, 3-1 is 14/1 and 3-2 goes in at 25/1. You could also go for a Spurs win-over 2.5 goal double and you’ll be on at 58/25.
If you think this match will buck that trend, a goalless draw is 81/10.
Staying with goals, Nacer Chadli has scored six in his last 10 in all competitions with two goals off the bench in his last five in the Premier League – including Sunday’s 3-1 win against Swansea. Chadli is 13/2 to score the final goal.
Harry Kane scored twice against the Hammers at the Lane and he is 19/5 to score first and 5/4 to score at anytime. Christian Eriksen, outstanding against Swansea, is 3/1 to score first and 15/2 to score at anytime.
In the win stakes, as already pointed out, Spurs are 26/25 favourites. West Ham are 3/1.
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