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West Ham v Spurs – how to watch, team news, key information

Sat 23 October 2021, 21:27|Tottenham Hotspur

We’re back in Premier League action on Sunday with a trip to West Ham (kick-off 2pm UK).

Having lost all three of our London derbies last month, we’ve won our last two top-flight games back-to-back to go fifth and could leapfrog Brighton into the top four with a good result at the London Stadium.

David Moyes’ men are also pushing for a top four spot and currently sit one point behind us in seventh, with Manchester United occupying sixth place ahead of Sunday’s fixtures.

Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game...

How can I watch the game?

Sunday’s match will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, kick-off 2pm.

If you’re not watching on television or in attendance at the London Stadium, you can follow every kick of the action wherever you are in the world via our live Match Centre here on the website and app, complete with live text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats.

Alternatively, join our official Watchalong on Twitch from 1pm UK.

Supporters who are attending the match can find all the latest travel information here.

How will the teams line up?

West Ham’s top scorer Michail Antonio could return after being rested for the midweek Europa League clash with Genk.

Ex-Spur Ryan Fredericks and Mark Noble are also in contention after returning from brief injury lay-offs in that match.

For us, full-backs Matt Doherty and Ryan Sessegnon will again be missing, with Nuno Espirito Santo expected to bring back many of the players he rested for Thursday’s defeat to Vitesse in Holland.

Who is the referee and what colours will the teams be playing in?

Paul Tierney will officiate Sunday’s match at the London Stadium.

Constantine Hatzidakis and Neil Davies are lined up to be his assistants, with Peter Bankes as the fourth official.

Jarred Gillett and assistant Nick Hopton will be in charge of VAR.

West Ham’s kit features claret and blue shirts, white shorts and claret and blue socks, with their goalkeeper in all green.

We’ll be in Lilywhite shirts, navy shorts and white socks, with our keeper in yellow.

What will the weather be like?

It’s forecast to be dry but cloudy and breezy at the game on Sunday. Temperatures should reach 14 degrees.

What happened the last time we faced West Ham?