Saturday, February 21, 2015

Tottenham vs West Ham English Premier League - February 22, 2015

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Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham United - Competition: English Premier League
Tottenham are one of the many teams wanting to get into the top four and claim a UCL spot. They are currently placed 6th in the EPL with only three points less than Southampton on the 3rd place. Spurs have been doing well lately, although the 3-2 loss to Liverpool last time out was a tough one to take. Generally they are great at home where they won their last three league games. The home record in the league is 7-2-4 with a scoring balance of 20-15. It is also worth noticing that Tottenham have scored at least two goals in their past four league games. Two of the most important players have been Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen, who are having some fantastic performances in the league. Kane is proving himself as an incredible attacker (13 goals), while the Danish Playmaker Eriksen is crucial for the teams performance. It will be interesting to see, whether the injury-hit West Ham defence can cope with these two youngsters. Spurs have had some trouble playing West Ham in the past, but we expect them to come out on top in the London derby.
West Ham United seemed to be unstoppable earlier this season. It is well deserved that they are placed as number 8 in the table, but the recent drop in could take them out of the top 10 flight. In the last four games West Ham have only gained two points. Especially the latest loss in the FA Cup to West Bromwich was a tough one. WHU left with a devastating 4-0 loss. A big reason for this is the missing players. Andy Carrol was an important players this season with five goals, and he will probably be out for the rest of the season. This means that Diafra Sakho (8 goals this season) becomes even more important when it comes to scoring goals. For this game Amalfitano will also be out due to suspension. West Ham have been decent away from Upton Park this season going 3-5-4 with a goal score of 16-17. But with so many missing players it will be hard to see West Ham take points against Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

Tottenham last 5 matches:
28/01/15 Sheffield United 2 – 2 Tottenham
31/01/15 West Brom 0 – 3 Tottenham
07/02/15 Tottenham 2 – 1 Arsenal
10/02/15 Liverpool 3 – 2 Tottenham
19/02/15 Tottenham 1 – 1 Fiorentina

West Ham United last 5 matches:
25/01/15 Bristol City 0 – 1 West Ham
31/01/15 Liverpool 2 – 0 West Ham
08/02/15 West Ham 1 – 1 Manchester United
11/02/15 Southampton 0 – 0 West Ham
14/02/15 West Brom 4 – 0 West Ham
Match date: Sunday, February 22, 2015
Kick Off Time: 12:00 GMT
Venue: White Hart Lane, London  (United Kingdom)
Referee: J. Moss
You can watch the match here: Link 1 , Link 2 [Live Scores]

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