West Ham have been afforded one of the longest breaks between games during the winter period ahead of last night’s clash with West Brom, having not played since Boxing Day, and perhaps that additional rest gave the Hammers the energy to go and grab that 94th-minute winner under the lights.

Andy Carroll’s brace helped the Hammers move out of the relegation zone but less than 48 hours later they’d be at it again when they travel to Wembley to take on rivals Tottenham.

Spurs are in a good run of form, winning five of their last six Premier League games, but they came unstuck against West Ham earlier in the season when they threw away a 2-0 half-time lead at Wembley in the Carabao Cup to lose 3-2.

West Ham are likely to field a strong side tomorrow with plans to play a second-string eleven in the FA Cup on Sunday, but David Moyes’ injury list was added to last night after Aaron Cresswell hobbled off injured, and it’s unlikely that he’ll feature tomorrow, so with that in mind, here is our predicted XI.

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