West Ham enter tonight’s game against Tottenham at Wembley in good spirits.
Andy Carroll’s last-minute winner against West Brom two nights ago lifted the Hammers out of the relegation zone, handing them their third win in their last six Premier League games.
David Moyes’ side will be hopeful of upsetting Tottenham at Wembley tonight having already won there this season, coming from behind in the Carabao Cup to win 3-2.
Just like they did that night, West Ham are expected to line-up with a back five, but could be without Aaron Cresswell who will face a late fitness test on a back issue which forced him off in the second half against the Baggies on Tuesday.
James Collins was reportedly targeting this game to return to the fold but it’s not deemed highly unlikely that he will be available while Reece Oxford, who returned from his loan spell at Borussia Monchengladbach last week, has picked up an ankle injury and is unavailable.
Michail Antonio, Edimilson Fernandes, Jose Fonte and Sam Byram are all sidelined due to injury but remain on track to make a return at some point during this month.
With this in mind, here is one last look at our predicted XI.