Premier League kick-off time, TV channel and how to watch


Gareth Bale could make his second Tottenham debut in their Premier League clash against West Ham this weekend.

Spurs signed Bale last month and he is now ready to play with the north Londoners still buoyed by their incredible 6-1 win over Manchester United last time out.

West Ham have enjoyed a major upturn in form recently and stunned Leicester with a 3-0 away win before the international break.

It sets up a mouth-watering London derby this Sunday with plenty of sub-plots and storylines.

Gareth Bale’s Tottenham take on West Ham this weekend

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Gareth Bale’s Tottenham take on West Ham this weekend

Tottenham v West Ham: Date and kick-off time

This match will be held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, October 18 and will kick-off at 4:30pm.

Spurs beat the Hammers home and away last season including a 2-0 victory in this fixture in June.

Gareth Bale famously secure a 3-2 win over West Ham in a classic Premier League encounter in February 2013.

Tottenham v West Ham: TV channel and live stream

The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm and follows their coverage of Crystal Palace v Brighton.

Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.

If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.

Gareth Bale celebrates his famous goal for Tottenham against West Ham

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Gareth Bale celebrates his famous goal for Tottenham against West Ham

Tottenham v West Ham: Radio coverage

Updates from north London will be live on talkSPORT from 2pm.

‘The Sunday Session’ with Sam Matterface, Perry Groves and Andy Cole will have the latest from the London derby clash.

To tune in, click the radio player below or HERE for the live stream.

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Tottenham v West Ham: Match stats and facts

  • Tottenham won both Premier League meetings with West Ham last season; they last won three in a row against the Hammers with a run of five between March 2008-December 2009.
  • Only at Fulham (7) have West Ham won more Premier League away games than they have against Spurs (5).
  • Tottenham have lost just three of their last 27 home London derbies in the Premier League (W18 D6). However, two of those defeats have come in their last five such games, including one against West Ham in April 2019.
  • West Ham have lost seven of their nine Premier League London derbies since the start of last season, winning the other two (both vs Chelsea). Indeed, the Hammers have lost more London derby matches than any other side in Premier League history (104).
  • Tottenham are winless at home so far in the Premier League this season (D1 L1), scoring just once and conceding twice. This is a stark comparison to their away form, which has seen them win both games by an aggregate score of 11-3.
  • West Ham have won their last two Premier League games by an aggregate score of 7-0. They last won three in a row in the competition in May 2019, while they last did so without conceding back in February 2014.
  • Tottenham boss José Mourinho has never lost versus David Moyes in 12 Premier League meetings (W8 D4) – against no manager has he faced more in the competition without defeat. Indeed, only Alex Ferguson has faced another Premier League manager more often without losing (17 vs Steve Bruce and 14 vs David O’Leary).
  • Coming into this weekend, no player has scored more Premier League goals this season than Spurs’ Son Heung-min (6). However, all of the Korean’s goals so far this term have come away from home.
  • West Ham’s Michail Antonio has scored four goals in his seven Premier League games against Tottenham; against no side has he scored more in the competition. Antonio has also scored 10 goals in his last 11 Premier League games for the Hammers.
  • Tottenham’s Harry Kane has been involved in more Premier League goals than any other player so far this season (9 – 3 goals, 6 assists). Kane has also scored nine goals in his last 10 Premier League games against West Ham, and they could become the fourth different side he has scored 10+ against in the competition (also Leicester, Arsenal and Southampton).

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