Competition: Premier League Date: Saturday 19th November 2016 Venue: White Hart Lane Kick-Off: 17:30 GMT
Tottenham remain without injured quartet Marcus Edwards, Erik Lamela, Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld, whilst Dele Alli remains a doubt.
Moussa Sissoko returns from suspension but he may have to wait for his chance, with Mauricio Pochettino likely electing to field the same XI that drew with Arsenal two weeks ago.
West Ham’s vast injury concerns see five players definitely absent this weekend, whilst James Collins, Diafra Sakho and Reece Oxford are rated as doubtful.
Captain Mark Noble is suspended and will miss out.
Tottenham failed to stop the rot against Arsenal last time out as their woeful winless run continues. Whilst they’re yet to lose in the Premier League this season, they’ve now gone seven games without a win in all competitions.
West Ham, after a slow start to the season, have now lost just one of their last six matches. However, they boast just three victories in the Premier League this season and have struggled in their recent visits to White Hart Lane.
With West Ham’s injury worries continuing, Spurs will fancy their chances of finally securing a win ahead of a crucial week for Mauricio Pochettino’s side- as they face a stern test against Monaco in the Champions League this week.
Lloris, Dier, Wimmer, Vertonghen, Walker, Wanyama, Dembele, Rose, Eriksen, Heung-Min, Kane
Adrian, Collins, Kouyate, Ogbonna, Antonio, Nordtveit, Obiang, Cresswell, Payet, Lanzini, Ayew
Tottenham have drawn their last four Premier League matches.
West Ham have lost five of their last six matches away from home in the league.