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Refusing to let his head drop after fluffing his lines early doors, Tottenham talisman Harry Kane wrote himself into another chapter of the history books with a record-breaking 95th Premier League away goal at the Amex Stadium on Wednesday night.

After Dejan Kulusevski‘s deflected effort off Cristian Romero opened the scoring on the South coast, Kane latched onto a long pass from Rodrigo Bentancur to coolly slot home past Robert Sanchez and become the most prolific away marksman in Premier League history – surpassing Wayne Rooney in the process.

One would expect the England captain to break that 100-mark pretty soon, but a return to home comforts now awaits Tottenham, whose midweek win saw them leapfrog Wolverhampton Wanderers into seventh place – three behind bitter rivals Arsenal having played a game more before the Gunners face Aston Villa on Saturday.

The Gunners’ defeat to Liverpool on the same night has given Spurs that slight bit of hope in their Champions League pursuit, but Antonio Conte‘s inconsistent side have made a habit of winning one then losing one in recent weeks, which does not bode all that well for Sunday.

However, the Lilywhites have suddenly discovered a hot goalscoring streak under Conte – striking 13 times across their last four Premier League matches – and as memorable as West Ham’s Thursday evening was, fatigue could certainly work in the hosts’ favour here.

The full-time whistle sparked pandemonium at the London Stadium as they prepare for a glamour tie with French giants Lyon in the quarter-finals and David Moyes’s troops have little time to recover before a crucial battle in the top flight.

Before Saturday’s fixtures kick off, West Ham sit one place better off than Tottenham in sixth but are only above their North London rivals courtesy of a better goal difference, and each of the Hammers’ last three games away from home in all tournaments has ended in defeat.

West Ham have come up trumps in the last two Premier League meetings with Spurs – both of which were in front of their own fans – but they lost 2-1 in North London in the EFL Cup quarter-finals back in December and will certainly not be at peak fitness after two hours of gruelling Thursday night action.

Tottenham did not pick up any fresh concerns in the win over Brighton, and Conte should therefore only have the trio of Ryan SessegnonOliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga absent again this weekend.

There is optimism over Sessegnon returning straight after the international break, but Conte has not been able to put a timeframe on Skipp and Tanganga’s recoveries and has not been afraid to make his feeling towards the medical team known.

Always one to demand a lot from his first XI, Conte will likely stick with the same group of players who got the job done against Brighton, as Kane (178) seeks to move closer to fourth-placed Sergio Aguero (184) in the all-time Premier League scoring charts.

Meanwhile, West Ham remain without defensive duo Angelo Ogbonna and Vladimir Coufal following their respective operations, and Jarrod Bowen‘s heel problem will likely render him unavailable until after the international break.

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Moyes is sure to consider some alterations despite the magnitude of the contest, with West Ham having less than 72 hours to recover after 120 minutes in Europe, as Ryan Fredericks and Arthur Masuaku provide alternative options in defence.

Yarmolenko and Nikola Vlasic should both freshen up the attack, while Kurt Zouma played on Thursday despite the RSPCA beginning the process to bring a prosecution against the centre-back – who has been left out of the France squad – for slapping and kicking his cat.

Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:
Lloris; Romero, Dier, Davies; Doherty, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Reguilon; Kulusevski, Kane, Son

West Ham United possible starting lineup:
Fabianski; Fredericks, Dawson, Zouma, Masuaku; Rice, Soucek; Yarmolenko, Vlasic, Benrahma; Antonio

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