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    • 25Lloris
    • 2Walker
    • 15Capoue
    • 6Chiriches
    • 3Rose
    • 7Lennon
    • 19Dembélé
    • 22Sigurdsson
    • 17Townsend
    • 10Adebayor
    • 18Defoe
    • 13Adrián
    • 17O'Brien
    • 19Collins
    • 3McCartney
    • 8Rat
    • 26Cole
    • 18Alou Diarra
    • 10Collison
    • 14Taylor
    • 24Carlton Cole
    • 7Jarvis

    Tottenham

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 25 H. Lloris
    • 2 K. Walker
    • 15 E. Capoue
    • 6 V. Chiriches
    • 3 D. Rose (Fryers ')
    • 7 A. Lennon
    • 19 M. Dembélé
    • 22 G. Sigurdsson
    • 17 A. Townsend (Chadli ')
    • 10 E. Adebayor (Holtby ')
    • 18 J. Defoe

    West Ham

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 13 A. San Miguel del Castillo
    • 17 J. O'Brien
    • 19 J. Collins
    • 3 G. McCartney
    • 8 R. Rat
    • 26 J. Cole (Diamé ')
    • 18 A. Diarra (Morrison ')
    • 10 J. Collison
    • 14 M. Taylor
    • 24 C. Cole (Maiga ')
    • 7 M. Jarvis
    Substitutes
    • 23 C. Eriksen
    • 9 R. Soldado
    • 14 L. Holtby
    • 35 E. Fryers
    • 24 B. Friedel
    • 43 R. Fredericks
    • 21 N. Chadli
    Substitutes
    • 21 M. Diamé
    • 11 M. Maiga
    • 22 J. Jääskeläinen
    • 15 R. Morrison
    • 37 L. Chambers
    • 20 G. Demel
    • 16 M. Noble

    Tottenham vs West Ham

    Tottenham are unbeaten against West Ham in their last three League Cup clashes (incl. replays), winning twice (D1) and scoring seven goals in the process.

    West Ham have failed to score in four of their last six matches (incl. replays) against Tottenham in the League Cup, winning once.

    This is Tottenham’s 22nd appearance in the League Cup quarter-final; only Arsenal (25) have reached this stage more often.

    This is West Ham’s 15th League Cup quarter-final appearance; they had lost three in a row before defeating Manchester United in 2010/11, the last time they made the final eight.

    West Ham won 3-0 at White Hart Lane in the Premier League in October, with all three goals coming after the break.

    Ravel Morrison, who scored in West Ham’s win against Tottenham in the league this season, has also scored in both League Cup appearances this term.

    West Ham have scored in 20 of their last 21 League Cup games, including the last 14 in a row.

    The Hammers have not drawn any of their last 30 games in this competition, winning 19 and losing 11.

    Spurs have lost just one of their last 19 home League Cup games (W14 D4), though that did come against London rivals Arsenal in the 2010/11 season.

    Tottenham have won only one of their last six League Cup games against fellow top-flight sides (D2 L3).