Tottenham Hotspur Ladies vs West Ham United Women Match Analysis & Prediction
11/12/2022 5:00 pm
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies will be looking to avoid a third consecutive defeat in the Women’s Super League when they welcome West Ham United Women to Brisbane Road on Sunday.
While the hosts are currently sitting in seventh place, West Ham are three points better off in sixth spot, although the Hammers have lost three of their last four league matches.
Tottenham kicked off the WSL campaign with three victories from their opening five matches, but since beating Brighton & Hove Albion 8-0, they have lost consecutive league matches.
After suffering a 3-0 defeat to their London rivals Chelsea, Tottenham were edged out by Reading last weekend with an Amy Turner own goal separating the two sides.
The 1-0 loss leaves Rehanne Skinner’s side in the bottom half of the WSL table, but they are three points adrift of West Ham with two games in hand.
The Lilywhites have only played three home matches across all competitions this season, resulting in two victories and one defeat.
With Tottenham set to play West Ham and Everton at Brisbane Road in their final two matches of the calender year, they will hope that they can use home advantage to record a couple of positive results and move up the league standings.
Meanwhile, West Ham had the opportunity to record a third consecutive victory across all competitions when they faced Liverpool last weekend.
After beating Leicester in the WSL and Birmingham City in the League Cup, West Ham would have travelled to Prenton Park in a confident mood, but they suffered a disappointing 2-0 defeat.
Ceri Holland and Katie Stengel both found the back of the net in the opening 20 minute to condemn West Ham to their third defeat in their last four WSL games.
As a result, the Hammers have now lost three of their four away matches in the WSL this season, with their only win coming against Aston Villa.
West Ham managed to pick up four points against Tottenham last season, and they have held the Lilywhites to a draw in their last two away encounters.
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies vs. West Ham United Women Head to head
These two teams have previously met on 20 occasions across all competitions, where Tottenham have claimed 10 victories while West Ham have won six, and they have drawn in four. Spurs have scored 32 goals and conceded 23. In their last five meetings, Tottenham have won two, West Ham one with one draw.
12/01/2020Tottenham Hotspur2West Ham United1Women's Super League
06/09/2020Tottenham Hotspur1West Ham United1Women's Super League
17/01/2021West Ham United0Tottenham Hotspur1Women's Super League
21/11/2021West Ham United1Tottenham Hotspur0Women's Super League
16/01/2022Tottenham Hotspur1West Ham United1Women's Super League
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies Team News
Ria Percival and Kit Graham remain sidelined for Tottenham, although Ward has indicated that the pair are making positive progress in their recovery process.
Ellie Brazil and Kyah Simon are both long-term injury absentees, while the hosts could name an unchanged starting lineup from the defeat to Reading last time out.
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies's Last 5 Matches
22/10/2022Tottenham Hotspur0Manchester City3Women's Super League
30/10/2022Brighton & Hove Albion0Tottenham Hotspur8Women's Super League
20/11/2022Chelsea3Tottenham Hotspur0Women's Super League
27/11/2022Tottenham Hotspur5Coventry United1FA Women's League Cup
04/12/2022Reading1Tottenham Hotspur0Women's Super League
West Ham United Women Team News
West Ham are still without the services of Lucy Parker, Emma Snerle and Jess Ziu due to injury issues, while Hawa Cissoko could be brought back into the side after featuring as a substitute against Liverpool.
Thea Kyvag could come into the front three to start alongside Viviane Asseyi and Lisa Evans.
West Ham United Women's Last 5 Matches
30/10/2022Arsenal3West Ham United1Women's Super League
06/11/2022West Ham United4Brighton & Hove Albion5Women's Super League
20/11/2022West Ham United1Leicester City WFC0Women's Super League
27/11/2022West Ham United2Birmingham City0FA Women's League Cup
04/12/2022Liverpool2West Ham United0Women's Super League
Tottenham Hotspur Ladies vs. West Ham United Women: Odds and Predictions
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