West Ham fans have taken to Twitter to react to the news that Tottenham could be set to rest a whole host of key players ahead of Sunday’s ‘cup final’ Premier League clash at the London Stadium.
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Tottenham fans have mocked the West Ham faithful throughout the years by suggesting that our game against them is our ‘cup final’.
We know that’s rubbish. Spurs are just as bothered about us as we are them, don’t you worry about that.
Sunday’s game is a huge one for both sides with Tottenham currently sitting two places and one point ahead of the Hammers in the Premier League table.
David Moyes and Nuno Espirito Santo will obviously be desperate for all three points.
And it seems as though the Spurs chief is taking the game very seriously indeed.
Chief Tottenham correspondent for Football.London Alasdair Gold claims that Nuno will rest the entire starting XI for their Europa Conference League clash with SBV Vitesse tonight.
In fact, none of them will travel at all.
Meanwhile, West Ham play host to Genk in the Europa League and David Moyes is expected to select a mix of first-team and second string players.
How the tides have turned eh! Tottenham clearly view us as a threat now.
West Ham fans react to Tottenham ‘cup final’ news
The Hammers fans have given the Spurs faithful a bit of stick about Nuno’s alleged decision for tonight’s European clash.
And too right. We’ve had to endure their nonsense for years on end!
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