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tottenham v west ham

BT Sport subscribers have a London derby to look forward to this weekend on BT Sport, as Tottenham Hotspur host West Ham United at White Hart Lane.

Sam Allardyce takes his Hammers side across the capital to take on Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs, with three crucial Barclays Premier League points up for grabs.

West Ham enjoyed a fantastic start to the season, but results have tailed off of late, seeing the East London outfit fall away from the European race.

Spurs' season has gone the other way, with an improved run of form seeing the north Londoners rise up the table to sixth.

Tottenham are now just two points behind their local rivals Arsenal in the final European place, although they suffered a setback last week, losing 3-2 at Liverpool.

West Ham earned a valuable point at Southampton in their last outing - a 0-0 draw at St Mary's - but the Hammers need to pick up wins if they want to rejoin the top six.

tottenham v west ham

BT Sport viewers can watch Spurs v West Ham at 12pm on Sunday February 22nd.

There are plenty more live games to look forward to on the pay-TV platform over the weekend, starting with VFB Stuttgart v Borussia Dortmund at 7:30pm on Friday February 20th and Raith Rovers v Rangers from the Scottish Championship at 7:45pm.

Saturday's action gets underway at 6am with a Hyundai A-League double-header from Australia. Sydney FC face Central Coast Mariners in the first game, before Adelaide United take on Western Sydney Wanderers at 8:30am.

Next up is Nuneaton Town v Kidderminster Harriers from the Vanarama Football Conference (kick-off 12:45pm), before FC Cologne v Hannover 96 from the Bundesliga (5:30pm), Rennes v Bordeaux from Ligue 1 at 7pm and Sampdoria v Genoa from Serie A at 7:45pm.

Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets (4am) and Melbourne City v Perth Glory (6am) start the ball rolling on Sunday, before AC Milan v Cesena (2pm), Hamburg v Borussia Monchengladbach (2:30pm) and Wolfsburg v Hertha Berlin (4:30pm).

On Sunday evening, BT Sport will show Fiorentina v Torino from Serie A (7:45pm) before St Etienne v Marseille from Ligue 1 at 8pm.

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