Feb 25, 2013 at 8pm UK at ​London Stadium
West HamWest Ham United
2-3
SpursTottenham Hotspur
Carroll (25' pen.), Cole (58')
Cole (59'), Diame (62'), O'Neil (71'), Collins (82')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Bale (13', 90'), Sigurdsson (76')
Dembele (8')

Sam Allardyce: 'We can beat Tottenham Hotspur'

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce prior to kick-off against Aston Villa on February 10, 2013
© PA Photos
Sam Allardyce believes that West Ham's strong home form could be enough to earn the side a win over Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

Sam Allardyce has said that West Ham United's home form could help them avoid defeat against Tottenham Hotspur.

The two London sides meet at Upton Park on Monday, with Spurs currently being one of the in-form sides in the Premier League.

The West Ham manager told Sky Sports News: "Our home form has been excellent all season and so we're going to hopefully make sure Tottenham worry about us for a long period of time on Monday night, rather than us worry about them too much.

"We know like other teams, you have to be on your toes with a player like Gareth [Bale], he is one of the best players in the Premier League at the moment.

"But as a team we will go into this game with confidence, we know what we can do at home and will be giving it a right go, to get those three points."

Bale has scored six goals in his last give matches for Spurs.

West Ham have lost only three of their 13 home games in the Premier League this season.

Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring his second in the Europa League match against Lyon on February 14, 2013
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