Tottenham make just one change from the starting lineup that drew 1-1 at Arsenal a fortnight ago. Son Heung-Min replaces the suspended Eric Lamela for the visit of West Ham.
Lamela picked up his fifth yellow card of the season at the Emirates, so Son makes his first start since injuring his foot last month.
Andros Townsend returns to the bench after completing his club ban, but Clinton N’Jie and Nabil Bentaleb aren’t quite ready to make the squad.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the team news.
Good team, certainly a side that should be able to win today. Three points and extending our unbeaten run to 12 games would be perfect.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) November 22, 2015
Not lamela's biggest fan but his work rate will be missed today
— Craig (@CraigTaaylor) November 22, 2015
— Trevor Lloyd (@Trevorlloyd92) November 22, 2015
Slaven does it again. Hard bloke to read. Two up top with Sakho and Carroll, albeit Sakho dropping deeper. Bold.
— Brad Pinard (@Brad_Pinard) November 22, 2015
#coys Bilic trying to exploit our struggle to deal with Ars*nal's crosses by going with Sakho & Carroll. Big afternoon for CBs.
— The Tottenham Way (@TheTottenhamWay) November 22, 2015
Son playing today means we'll be a lot more direct than when Lamela plays, Son being both footed helps that a lot too.
— Cem (@CemTHFCOzerk) November 22, 2015
think that could be our strongest team possible going out today. Lamela has been much improved this season but Son offers pace
— Phil Bleach (@PhilBleach) November 22, 2015
Great line up. I wonder, what will the line up look like when Lamela and Chadli make their come back. Who's dropping out? #Depth
— Mohamad_Hafiez™ (@kucap11) November 22, 2015
Seat behind sofa in place. Should be an old-style Spurs/Hammers derby with both teams playing the passing, pressing game. Expect a classic
— Uncle Norman Giller (@NormanGiller) November 22, 2015