West Ham Vs Tottenham: Match Thread

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West Ham 1-0 Spurs
Lanzini
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Tottenham: Lloris (C), Walker (Trippier), Alderweireld, Vertonghen (Dembele), Davies, Dier, Wanyama (Janssen), Son, Eriksen, Dele, Kane.
Subs: Vorm, Wimmer, Nkoudou, Sissoko

West Ham: Adrian, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Lanzini, Noble, Collins, Ayew, Byram, Fonte, Calleri.
Subs: Randolph (gk), Nordveit, Feghouli, Snodgrass, Fletcher, Fernandes, Rice.


Ref: Anthony Taylor

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93 mins Yellow Card: Trippier
91 mins Sub: Fernandes for Lanzini
88 mins Sub: Fletcher for Calleri
83 mins Sub: Snodgrass for Ayew
79 mins Sub: Trippier for Walker
72 mins Sub: Janssen for Wanyama
70 mins Yellow Card: Byram
66 mins Sub: Dembele for Vertonghen
65 mins Yellow Card: Lazini
64 Mins GOAL: West Ham 1-0 Spurs : Lanzini
Cresswell's cross down the left met by Kouyate, header blocked, loose ball fell to Lanzini who buried from 10 yards.
Half Time: West Ham 0-0 Spurs
37 mins Yellow Card: Reid for a foul on Wanyama.
15 mins Yellow Card: Noble for a foul on Dier.
11 mins Yellow Card: Walker for a foul on Lanzini.

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not_tenth-again

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As I've been saying before every single opponent for the last 10 or so games, this is crucial. A title tilt depends on this result. We must give Chelsea reasons to over think the situation and we can only do it by winning. It won't be easy and considering it's West Ham I'd expect us to pick up an injury or two during the game. Still, I think whatever team we put out should have enough. I'm going for a tight 2-1 win.

Also, we've collected some bragging rights in the Arsenal game and I'd hate to see us cash them in at West Ham.
 

fletch82

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Just a win of any description will do
It would be nice to smash them and really send the chavs a message but I'll settle for 0-1 In off the refs knob if that's what it takes to get the win.
 

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Looking forward to this. The last two games had me shitting myself but feel kinda relaxed about this one.
 

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I'm must admit I would feel much more confident about this if it was a Saturday lunchtime kick off. For a stadium lacking in atmosphere a pre-weekend, late night kick off against a team who's fans seem to hate the most is exactly what they need.

That said we should still have more than enough to see them off if we turn up.
 
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I'm going to this through a work sponsor, agreed to it weeks ago before knowing it was a friday night, apparently I'm in a hospitality part of the ground, not allowed to wear colours etc but still bricking it, apparently there isn't a neutral hospitality section! :facepalm:
 

Gb160

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Fucking burn down the place.

Hardest game of the season.
Haha don't be daft.
Part of me wants to smash them 5-0, but part of me wants an undeserved scrappy last minute winner just to see their feral fanbase melt.
 

riggi

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Haha don't be daft.
Part of me wants to smash them 5-0, but part of me wants an undeserved scrappy last minute winner just to see their feral fanbase melt.
Trust ole riggi. This is going to be a tough one. Actually it will only be tough if our players underestimate it and don't treat it like a big derby.

Still pissed off that they ruin my shopping by having their shitty toilet next to it.
 

wishkah

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I'd like a run of the mill 2-0 win where we never look in danger and control the game. Fergie Esc.

Then Poch gives his standard press conference.

POCH: "it was really tough game agains *has to check who we played* West Ham. [Insert Team] play really well and in *has to check programme for team sheet* Payet is a really strong player"

REPORTER " Payet didn't play...he was sold in January...."
 

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Form can be questioned in these derby games, but I think this will be a comfortable win. Can't see where the will get goals (If Carroll is out). Poor defensively too.
 

millsey

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Fucking burn down the place.

Hardest game of the season.
Why On earth is this the hardest game? If it was Upton maybe, but they are in a shitty athletics stadium, they have just scrapped last relegation fight, and we are on fire. This will be a cake walk
 
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