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How to watch West Ham United vs. Tottenham Hotspur When: Sunday at 9 a.m. ETWhere: London StadiumTV: NBC Sports NetworkOnline streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)Caesar's Sportsbook odds: West Ham +130, Draw +245, +Spurs 210Series HistoryTottenham Hotspur have won five out of their last ten games against West Ham United.Feb 21, 2021 - West Ham United 2 vs. Tottenham Hotspur 1Oct 18, 2020 - West Ham United 3 vs. Tottenham Hotspur 3Jun 23, 2020 - Tottenham Hotspur 2 vs. West Ham United 0Nov 23, 2019 - Tottenham Hotspur 3 vs. West Ham United 2Apr 27, 2019 - West Ham United 1 vs.
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46’ - Second half underway, and it’s Spurs doing all the running.
Halftime Thoughts - The Blues haven’t created much, but at the same time haven’t allowed Spurs to do much either. Hard to see what Benitez is going to do here.
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45+1’ - As I say that, Son starts a counter, Kane’s cross into the box is met by a sliding Reguilon who hits well over. Whew.
45’ - Both sides are just playing out the half right now.
42’ - Richarlison is down holding his left knee. Looked to have hurt it when sliding into a challenge against countryman Emerson Royal. He is up but looking very unhappy.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly has three games to save his job and thanks to a change of formation he saw Manchester United win the first one, earn a convincing 3-0 win at Tottenham.Manchester United fielded a 3-5-2 formation which gave the Red Devils the defensive solidity they've been lacking in recent matches. The shutout win was only the second of the season and the first since Aug. 29. Tottenham didn't register a single shot on goal and the return from injury of Man United center back Raphael Varane didn't hurt: He had more clearances (6) than any other player on the field.
39’ - Gray slaloms into the box and goes down! Oliver Skipp looked to have put a foot in there, the ref adamant no penalty and Jon Moss on VAR says check complete, no penalty.
Richarlison tramples on Romero after sending him crashing. No love lost there between the Brazilian and the Argentine.
36’ - A couple of quick counters for both sides gets the Goodison crowd roaring again. Everton win a corner that is cleared easily and then there’s an offside on the ensuing throw-in.
33’ - Allan with a nice floated ball into the box, Richarlison makes contact but it goes wide.
26’ - Delph booked now. Got the ball sliding across a breaking Moura, ref says he did too much there. Dunno about that.
20’ - Richy wins a freekick off Christian Romero on the right. Into the box from Townsend, no one makes a run and it’s a waste.
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19’ - Thrice now Keane is called into action. Lucas Moura runs at the Blues and then the defender blocks his shot, then blocks one from Harry Kane, and then has to step up and make a clearance from his own box.
17’ - Delightful cross through the six-yard box by Lucas Digne on the volley, but no blue shirts to meet it.
12’ - Reguilon hauls down Townsend on the break, and will go into the book.
9’ - Godfrey clatters into the back of Son and then tramples on him, the forward is complaining vocally and the Goodison crowd could not give less of a hoot if they tried.
8’ - Andros Townsend wins a freekick on the edge of the box. Demarai Gray plays it back to Fabian Delph, who curls a ball into the box.. Michael Keane gets to it behind the defence and heads it over. Should have headed it back across the box where Richarlison was waiting.
6’ - Ben Godfrey steps up to make an interception and has time to shoot, it’s low and easily gathered by Hugo Lloris.
Wolves pile on misery for spluttering Everton
Wolves condemned Everton to a third successive Premier League defeat as Max Kilman and Raul Jimenez scored in a 2-1 win at Molineux on Monday. Bruno Lage's side took control in the first half thanks to Kilman's first ever Wolves goal and a clinical finish from Jimenez. Alex Iwobi reduced the deficit in the second half, but Wolves held on to extend their unbeaten run to five league games. With four wins in that impressive streak, Wolves have climbed to seventh, while Everton dropped down in 10th."For now I don't care about the table. I want the points. I think the winter will be hard for us, we will have to work.
5’ - Turnovers by both sides in the middle but neither can take advantage by fashioning a chance.
1’ - Underway at Goodison, and Fabian Delph clatters Harry Kane right away.
A promising start to the season has been frittered away thanks to a variety of reasons — or excuses, your choice — for Everton. After Rafa Benitez got his Blues’ tenure off to a flyer with some solid performances and a favourable early schedule, a combination of unfortunate injuries, puzzling tactics and silly mistakes have seen the Blues cede ground to the chasing pack and now sit in the lower half of the Premier League table.
Yet, things are so tight in the standings that a couple of wins on the bounce could easily see the Toffees back in the top six. For that to happen though, Benitez will have to first solve what is ailing his side. The upcoming international break will give him some time to do so, but before that, the Blues face a visit from Tottenham Hotspur led by their new manager Antonio Conte.
3 Talking Points From Everton’s Underwhelming 2-1 Loss to Wolves
Benitez watches on as his charges self-destruct in a woeful first half performanceFrom the outset it was obvious that Gbamin was not the answer. Along with his teammates he could not get on the ball, managing only 20 touches in 45 minutes. Uncertain of his role, he either sat too deep, or was caught upfield and bypassed easily. He lacks Doucoure’s pace and energy and alongside Allan was unable to cover the centre positionally, or exert effective pressure on the Wolves players.
Nuno Espirito Santo — who for a brief moment this summer flirted with the idea of taking over at Goodison Park — came and went at Tottenham in the blink of an eye, with the uninspiring fare he served up at Wolves over the last couple of years quite unwelcome in North London.
Spurs can count themselves fortunate because Conte has fallen into their laps, and his past relationship from Juventus with Director of Football Fabio Paratici will only help him. Whether the handful of training sessions he will have taken before Sunday’s game are enough for him to start instilling his ‘guts before glory’ mindset in a rudderless team will remain to be seen, but Everton will certainly have their hands full against a strong and deep Spurs side who last lost at Goodison when David Moyes was still in charge.
Competition: Premier League Matchday 11
Date and start time: Sunday, November 7th at 6:00 a.m. PT / 9:00 a.m ET / 2:00 p.m. BST
Stadium: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
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The Blues did well against Spurs last season, Dominic Calvert-Lewin winning it on the opening day of the season 1-0 in North London, and then following it up with a 2-2 draw at Goodison that they really should have won had two boneheaded errors not handed Harry Kane a brace on a platter. However, the most exciting game the pair played last season was in the FA Cup, with the Blues winning it 5-4 in extra time in a thriller that went back and forth.
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