It may have been a rocky start to the season, for Tottenham, but finally, the team seem to have the full backing of their fans, and supporters – and taking a tied second-place standing, behind Manchester City in the main Premier League tables – it’s clear that Tottenham are back on form… something that fans say could easily cinch the team the title, this year.
Now, Premier-League aside, Wednesday’s game on the 25th of October will almost certainly see Tottenham’s side making some fairly extreme changes, and rumour has is, that Mauricio Pochettino will change up the team’s formation quite drastically, with Fernando Llorente expecting to start, instead of Harry Kane.
Furthermore, we’re likely to see Michel Vorm, Kyle Walker-Peters, and Georges N’Koudou also get some kind of action on the pitch – and these changes may prove to be troublesome for West Ham – a side who, are, by all accounts, playing at a level well-below their once league-winning standard.
Indeed, West Ham United are probably going to make a few changes of their own, in order to try and hamper the offensive nature of Tottenham’s side – and with Slaven Billic’s job already under intense scrutiny, it’s almost certain that we’ll see him try to cinch a win on Wednesday. Sure, it’s unlikely that a loss here will lead to his dismissal… but that doesn’t mean that he won’t come out with all guns blazing…
And the Croatian manager looks set to start his side with some key players’ well rested, including the likes of Andy Carroll, Sead Haksabanovic, and Declan Rice all looking set to make a start.
Now, it’s worth mentioning that the West Ham side will likely be feeling the pressure almost as much as their manager will be – and, after getting thrashed at home, 3-0, to Brighton over the weekend, their last 8 matches have resulted in fairly disappointing three wins, two draws, and three defeats – and fans’ support appears to be wavering, especially as the rumours of Slaven’s future look to be increasingly unpredictable.
Overall, Wednesday’s match looks set to go Tottenham’s way, and aside from a surprise result (which sees West Ham cinching the win), it’s almost certain the boys in white will secure a victory here – and we’re particularly fond of the Tottenham -1.0 Asian Handicap bet, which offers some very decent value.