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The London derby doesn’t get much higher than West Ham versus Tottenham, and with David Moyes’ men four places away from the bottom of the league and staring down the barrel of a tough, tough fixture, they will have to fight the Spurs. Every inch at London Stadium tonight.

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Gianluca Scamacca has a virus, so Michael Antonio is back in West Ham’s starting lineup, with the usual trio of Saeed Benrahma, Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen in playmaking roles.

Club record signing Lucas Paqueta apparently hasn’t even trained with fresh new teammates yet, but he’s straight on the bench, and fans will be desperate to see the stylish Brazilian attacking midfielder in action.

Richardson is pushing for an early berth, but he is on the bench again for Tottenham, clinging to his attacking trident of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusewski.

Yves Bisouma, however, makes his debut for Spurs in place of Rodrigo Bentancur, who is recovering from a minor knock.

Fornals bought a ticket and won the lottery on Sunday, their distracted strike against Aston Villa giving the Hammers their first point of the season.

Antonio and Benrahma made big contributions off the bench and Paqueta’s signature lifted the mood.

However, like Chelsea and Newcastle, scoring points across the board remains a priority for Moyes, who is unlikely to be too enthusiastic about his approach just yet.

Tottenham seemed to have devised a game plan under Antonio Conte, who counter-attacked in third place with 10 points. Richardson provided a brilliant outer boot assist for Kane, who has well and truly hit his stride.

Brace, who won a game against Nottingham Forest on Sunday, placed him joint third on the list of Premier League top scorers, although his fellow son looks completely different.

Another thing Conte may be concerned about is the way Forest attacked the left flank of Spurs, where Ben Davies and Ivan Perisic were stationed, and Moyes may instruct Bowen to do the same today.

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