West Ham will be hoping for a similar result to their League Cup win against Spurs.
Spurs thumped Southampton 5-2 in their last outing at Wembley and they look to be firing on all cylinders after a poor run in November that saw them struggle to find the net with the regularity we’ve become accustomed to. However, they come up against a West Ham side that look far more organised under David Moyes and who took a lead into half-time at the Etihad a few weeks ago, before being edged out 2-1. As a result, we expect them to be competitive and we’re backing them to go into the break all-square.
However, as happened against City, West Ham’s hosts should eventually show their class and get the job done. Spurs have in fact led at the break in only four of their 10 games at Wembley to date but they’ve won the second half in their last seven there and so we’re backing Draw/Spurs Half-Time/Full-Time.
Whilst all the attention will be on Harry Kane after his recent exploits, Son Heung-Min’s been in excellent form for Spurs, netting in five of their last six at Wembley, with the last four of these all coming in the second half. We’ll take a chance on the Korean being the last scorer.