Tottenham is ready to make a run for the Premier League title, but could a March 2 match with West Ham United derail the Spurs’ dreams of championship gold? It should be a great game and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every tackle, kick and goal! Click to watch.
Time is running out for Tottenham Hotspur to dethrone first-place Leicester City in the Premier League. The Spurs are thirsty for a win, but will their match with West Ham United leave a bad taste in the Spurs mouth? Or will they savor the sweet victory?
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Tottenham hopes to keep their Premier League championship chances intact after they travel to West Ham’s home field of Boleyn Ground on March 2. The Spurs need to knock as many balls into the Hammers’ nets, without letting West Ham score a single goal. Will they do it? The action kicks off at 2:45 P.M. EST, so be ready to catch every single thrilling second!
West Ham could definitely give Tottenham a headache with this match. The Irons’ forward Diafra Sakho, 26, could also make his triumphant return following a Nov. 2015 thigh injury, according to the BBC. Hopefully, Diafra can talk one of his teammates into giving him a ride, since he reportedly crashed his car in Hornchurch, Essex in January. Thankfully, he was okay.
“Diafra has been training well,” West Ham manager Slaven Bilic, 47, confirmed to the Evening Standard. “We are going to decide finally…but he could well be in the squad.” On top of that, Slaven said he’d try to decide whether or not to play Andy Carroll, 27, who has been used sparingly since returning from a hamstring injury. Show your support for West Ham by getting an official jersey here.
However, Tottenham is so close to winning the Premier League. They’re not going to let it go without a fight. “It’s a tough game,” former Tottenham and West Ham manager Harry Redknapp, 68, said, according to TalkSport. “Tottenham have got it all on…with a tough crowd. If Tottenham come through that they win the league I think.” If you think the Spurs are champions in the making, show your support with a Tottenham jersey.
The West Ham Irons are unbeaten in 12 league and cup games at home, according to the BBC. If the Spurs pull off a victory, they’ll win seven successive league matches, the first time in 49 years. They’re also unbeaten in 12 Premier League away games, so it could be an interesting match between two titans of the pitch.
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers?