West Ham United have named an unchanged starting XI for their Premier League clash against Tottenham.
David Moyes is returning to the touchline after missing the last two impressive wins over Wolves and Leicester City.
Confirmed on their Twitter account prior to kick-off in North London, the Irons have once again started Vladimir Coufal after his great debut.
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West Ham had a full-strength squad to choose from, and the previously injured Issa Diop and Ryan Fredericks have returned to the bench against Spurs.
New signings Said Benrahma and Craig Dawson were not involved, with the trip to North London coming to early for the duo.
The bench is made up with valuable experience, with the likes of Mark Noble, Andriy Yarmolenko and Robert Snodgrass all available.
West Ham will be looking to continue their impressive record recently of scoring seven times and failing to concede in their last two games.
Spurs are also in the best form they have seen in recent months, coming off the back of a 6-1 win against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son are massive factors behind that and will have to be kept quiet by the Irons if they were to win this game.
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