Match Preview: West Ham 2-3 Tottenham Prediction and Betting Tips 23.11.2019

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West Ham 2-3 Tottenham

Date: 23.11.2019 | Match at: 13:30 | League: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 13 | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.58 | Bookie: 1xbet


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West Ham’s 1-0 win in the last H2H extended the run of Premier League (PL) North/East London derbies producing a margin of under 1.5 goals to seven. The same characteristic applies to West Ham’s last five PL home H2Hs, with each of them seeing one half produce a one-goal margin between the teams.
Overall though, it is now six PL games without a win for the ‘Hammers’ (D2, L4), and accross the home games in that sequence, they dropped a net total of three points beyond the hour mark.
Winless in five league matches (D3, L2) and amid a run of 12 away games without victory, Tottenham sacked Mauricio Pochettino on Tuesday night and brought in José Mourinho. Seven of the nine defeats in that 12-game sequence came by a mere one-goal margin, with three of their last four PL away losses to yield a 2-1 scoreline seeing Harry Kane net the first goal, and do so inside the opening half-hour.
Tottenham have dropped points after scoring first in each of their last three PL games. Each of that trio saw exactly two match goals scored in the second half, following a Tottenham clean sheet in the first half.
Players to watch: West Ham’s last two home games have seen Robert Snodgrass score inside the final five minutes of one half (excluding added time).
Tottenham’s last PL road trip saw Dele Alli net his first away goal of the campaign, and three of his last five competitive away goals have come in the 46th-60th minute period.
Stat attack: West Ham’s last three league defeats have each seen them lose the first half ‘to-nil’.
The Hammers’ record as a PL home outsider this campaign is W1, L1. Both matches saw just one team score and win by a margin of 2+ goals.
Tottenham’s last nine league defeats have each produced an odd number of total goals.