Premier League betting preview: West Ham v Tottenham
It’s East meets North as West Ham take on Tottenham in a Premier League London derby on Saturday.
Having amassed 37 points from their 36 games this term, 14th-placed West Ham are not mathematically safe from relegation, although it would take an immensely unlikely set of results for the Hammers to finish the season in the bottom three.
The home side have a near fully-fit squad to choose from, with long-term absentee Marco Borriello the only unavailable player.
Tottenham occupy sixth spot in the table, three points behind Everton above them but with a much inferior goal difference.
Spurs winger Andros Townsend is out with an ankle injury, while Kyle Walker will miss the match due to a pelvic injury.
Bookmaker Bet365 makes Tottenham 10/11 favourites to win the match, with West Ham offered at 10/3. The draw is priced at 11/4.
Spurs to be leading at half-time but the game to end in a draw is a 13.5 shot with Bwin, while a 2-0 Tottenham win can be backed at 11.0 with Winner.
Titan Bet make Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor 11/2 favourite to score the first goal, followed by teammate Roberto Soldado at 6/1.