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London pair West Ham and Tottenham face off in Premier League action as Nuno Santo’s improving side head to the London Stadium.

After hitting a sticky spell before the international break, Spurs have found themselves bouncing back in recent weeks, with impressive wins over Aston Villa and Newcastle ahead of their game against West Ham.

Santo has confirmed no new injuries to deal with this weekend and the Portuguese boss could stick with an unchanged line up.

Hosts West Ham have shown real grit in balancing the Europa League in recent weeks and David Moyes’ side go into this on the back of five wins from their last six games.

Moyes did opt for a wholesale changes in their midweek win over Genk, and the Scottish boss is expected to revert to type this weekend, with Ben Johnson expected to keep his starting place.

And this one kicks off with a 2pm start on Sunday at the London Stadium.

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