Tottenham took the lead against the run of play, in a game where West Ham arguably had the best of the chances.
Despite West Ham having the best spells of the game, it was the same combination of Ayana and England again which would ensure both sides ended the season without a defeat to their name in the last weekend of WSL football.
Story of the Match
The visitors made two changes to their starting lineup, with Kerys Harrop and Eveliina Summanen dropping out for Asmita Ale and Kit Graham, with Spurs already safe after their victory last time out against Reading.
Despite not having much of the ball, it was Tottenham who took the lead against the run of play.
Rosella Ayana played a brilliant cross into Beth England, who headed down towards goal to put Spurs in front.
However, West Ham remained in control and would eventually get their just rewards in the closing stages of the first half.
A good free-kick into the box was headed into her own net by Kit Graham, giving Spurs goalkeeper Rebecca Spencer little chance at keeping it out.
Just six minutes later, West Ham went in front. After a good press by the Irons, Emma Snerle found space to strike at goal and despite Spencer's best efforts could not keep it out, meaning the Hammers had the lead going into halftime.
Three minutes into the second half and Spurs were back level, and once again it was England who added to her tally.
It was the same combination which created the goal. Ayane found space down the left to fire a powerful cross into the box, which found England who headed home past Arnold to bring the game back level.
Tottenham defended much better in the second half, with Amy Turner making an important block to deny Brynjarsdottir.
The hosts continued to cause problems. Viviane Asseyi could not be dealt with at times by the Spurs backline, but she could not quite find an end product, in a game where West Ham will feel they should have claimed all three points.
Player of the Match - Rosella Ayane
Two crosses of the highest quality from Ayane would prove vital for Spurs. Two headed goals from Beth England were matched by the crosses to help Tottenham on their way to a point to end the season.