Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham: How to live stream, who will win and all the pre-buzz around Gareth Bale return

The Hammers go into this game after beating Leicester City 3-0, while the Spurs made headlines after a 6-1 bashing they handed to Manchester United


                            Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham: How to live stream, who will win and all the pre-buzz around Gareth Bale return
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The English Premier League action returns with a string of spicy clashes and one of them is where the Tottenham Hotspur take on a resurgent West Ham. Both sides are coming off wins. The Hammers go into this game after beating Leicester City 3-0 while the Spurs made headlines after a 6-1 bashing they handed to Manchester United. There were concerns over Harry Kane's fitness going into the game, however, the Spurs star striker is injury-free and will start in the XI.

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Here's everything you need to know ahead of the game:

Time

Kick-off is slated for 11:30 AM ET on Sunday, October 18, 2020.

Venue

West Ham will travel to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for this fixture.

Where to watch?

The match will be telecast live on NBCSN

How to live stream?

NBC Sports App, Peacock, FuboTV (7-day free trial) are the best platforms to watch the English Premier League across the United States. Users with access to NBC Gold and Peacock, the network's new subscription streaming platform, can also catch the games. The Spanish language broadcast is available on Telemundo Deportes.

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Peacock will showcase 175 live matches throughout the season. In addition, it will also have full-game replays available on-demand for all slated 380 matches of the 2020-21 season. These replays will be available after 9 pm ET the day of the match, according to Cnet. Prices for Fubo vary based on the plan and selected add-ons. The streamer's most popular plan in the US includes 100+ channels at $59.99 per month.

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Pre-buzz around the game

Jose Mourinho's men are the more dominant, confident unit heading into this clash. They will be further bolstered by the return of Gareth Bale making a sensational return to his former team after being part of the real Madrid outfit. The Wales forward who was rested over the international break would "probably" play according to Mourinho. "I am not going to tell you if he is going to play, what I can tell you is that he is working very well, he is working in the way he was not able to do for a long time," he told Sky Sports.

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"The last week, especially Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, the planning of the sessions had a big focus on him and he is in pretty good condition." West Ham is placed tenth on the table with two wins and two losses in four games. Arthur Masuaku's availability will be a major boost for the Hammers as they take on fine-tuned Spurs. They havse signed Algerian winger Said Benrahma on a season-long loan from Championship (second-tier) side Brentford. 

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Who will win?

Tottenham is undoubtedly the favorite heading into this clash, however, with West Ham coming off two wins, they will be hoping to play spoilsport.