Tottenham v West Ham Live Streaming : Capital One Cup tie available to watch online report firm

The latest Tottenham v West Ham live streaming information with the Capital One Cup tie at Spurs available to watch online with Bet365, the firm announced this morning.

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Managerless Tottenham Hotspur will hope to seal a place in the Capital One Cup semi-final when they travel to take on West Ham United on Wednesday.

The club parted company with Andrea Villas-Boas on Monday following a 5-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday with former midfielder Tim Sherwood set to be in the dugout against the Hammers.

Sherwood, a member of the club’s backroom staff, has been appointed as the interim manager and the 44 year old is hoping for a quick response from his players

“When you lose your manager it’s a change and you’ve got to listen to a different voice, but I’m hoping to get a few messages across in a short space of time so we can get a positive result against West Ham,” Sherwood told Spurs TV.

“It’s a huge game, especially on the back of what they did to us at the Lane. It was disappointing.

“We have to get out there on the front foot and we have to impose ourselves on them as soon as we can during the game.”

Sherwood will head into the game without three key men with Michael Dawson, Paulinho and Sandro all out.

Dawson and Paulinho are banned while Sandro is out with a calf injury along with Jan Vertonghen.

Spurs look set to be boosted however by the return of Danny Rose (toe), Christian Eriksen (ankle), Vlad Chiriches (knee) and Younes Kaboul (thigh).

While Spurs maybe without a manager they are still in a lot healthier league position than West Ham, currently just one place outside the relegation zone and on a run of just one win in their last 6 games.

Manager Sam Allardyce is missing a number of key men with Kevin Nolan suspended and Winston Reid (ankle), Stewart Downing (calf), Andy Carroll (heel), Ricardo Vaz Te (shoulder) and Mladen Petric (thigh) all injured while James Tomkins (groin) is a slight doubt.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.