Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (Premier League)

Published on April 27, 2019 by

Tottenham Hotspur will host West Ham United, at Tottenham Stadium on Saturday (4/27/2019). Mauricio Pochettino’s men are trying to secure their position in the Champions League zone, which requires 2 wins to ensure they finish third in the final standings.

Quoted from the club’s official website, Danny Rose, said his team would try until the final whistle sounded to secure 3 points. It was called the England national team left-back, as the enthusiasm instilled by Mauricio Pochettino, from the beginning of his arrival at the North London club.

“That was the manager’s [unyielding spirit] – years ago when he arrived [at this club], he wanted that fighting spirit from all players. Previously, he [Pochettino] was disappointed with how we lost to Southampton and Burnley, and he just wants us to continue to fight every day in training and in matches.

“If we didn’t win today [in the game against Brighton], I think he would be proud of the way we [played] who continued to attack, but fortunately we won. And the other matches have been waiting for us this weekend, so now we look forward to the London derby at the weekend, and hope we can finish this season well, “Danny Rose said, quoted by the official Tottenham Hotspur website.

While their potential opponents, West Ham, were also enthusiastic about facing the match at Tottenham Stadium. Manuel Pelegrini’s men, who are now ranked 11th, still have the chance to finish in the top 10, provided that Robert Snodgrass and his friends wipe out the points in the remaining 3 matches.

“You [certainly] want to test yourself against the best team and Spurs are in the Champions League semifinals so that is where fans [we] want to go and win [in their home], the players want to go and win and, as a club “You want to go and win and end the season with the highest ranking,” said Robert Snodgrass, quoted by the official West Ham website.

Prediction of the Game

Tottenham Hotspur, who is now in the third place in the Premier League class, is predicted to appear attacking and rely on the creativity of their midfield, which is likely to have been reinforced by Dele Alli. The player who had suffered an injury is expected to become midfield general The Lily White, who this season made an average of 14 kicks per game.

On the other hand, the Hammers who will rely on Marko Arnautovic, on the front lines will also not stay silent. Manuel Pelegrini’s foster children, have an average of 11 kicks per game, and goal conversion reaches 11 percent. Even so, they swallowed 3 successive defeats and only scored 1 goal, before the 2-2 draw against Leicester in the last game. This is a warning for the back line fronted by Lukasz Fabianski, to appear more disciplined.



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