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Both teams to score –

Spurs have scored 12 goals in their last three matches at Wembley, while West Ham have netted at least twice in each of their last four league games.

Given both of this season’s meetings between these sides finished 3-2, this one ought to be a banker. 

Over 3.5 goals –

Those recent thrillers are indicative of a wider pattern, with West Ham’s last three trips to White Hart Lane producing a combined total of 14 goals.

So four or more at Wembley shouldn’t be asking too much.

Manuel Lanzini to score –

Lanzini has scored three goals in five appearances against Spurs since arriving in England.

With five assists in his last eight games and two more in the Hammers’ EFL Cup victory over Tottenham in October, the Argentine is sure to be in the thick of the action.

Under 1.5 Tottenham cards –

Spurs have not picked up more than a single yellow card in a league game at Wembley since playing Chelsea on the opening day of the season.

With only five bookings in nine matches since then, Mauricio Pochettino’s side are unlikely to keep the referee busy.