West Ham tonight host bitter rivals Spurs as David Moyes’ side look to bounce back from a shocking collapse at Newcastle at the weekend.

Our Hammers were comfortably leading 3-1 at St James Park, but the final 20 minutes saw us concede 3 goals and come away with nothing, with all now connected with the club expecting a big response from that disappointment.

It was a damaging blow to the clubs target of securing European football for a 4th consecutive season, although there is no denying that a victory over the north Londoners tonight at the London Stadium would significantly lift the mood and hopes for this campaign.

West Ham grabbed all 3 points in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, when we came from behind to beat Spurs thanks to second half goals from Jarrod Bowen and James Ward-Prowse, so its hoped we’ll be able to do the double this season over our rivals.

Alphonse Areola is missing from the game tonight with a groin injury, so Lukasz Fabianski is back between the sticks for the London derby.

ExWHUEmployee has reported that the squad has been suffering from illness and knocks following the loss to the Magpies at the weekend, so there will be late checks carried out.

Edson Alvarez serves his final league suspension tonight, although the Mexican will be suspended for our Europa League quarter-final first leg against Bayer Levekusen next week.

George Earthy and Divin Mubuma are both in the squad, as is Max Cornet, who is again available for selection for David Moyes.

Fraser Forster, Ryan Sessegnon and Manor Solomon are out for the visitors.

Tonight’s match kicks off at 8:15pm and is being shown live on TNT Sports 1 & TNT Sports Ultimate.