Unfortunately, that's all we've got time for this evening. I've been Oliver Emmerson, taking you through Tottenham's 3-2 victory over West Ham! Until next time, goodbye!
That's it, Tottenham pick up their first win in eight after two late goals from Harry Kane swing the contest back in their favour! What a finish to the game, filled with drama. They take some real confidence into their Champions League game against AS Monaco on Tuesday. West Ham remain 17th.
Full-time: Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 West Ham United
90+6: Red card! Winston Reid off, catching Harry Kane with his arm and picking up another yellow card.
90+2: Spurs' winless run is going to come to an end! Fantastic penalty by Kane, burying it into the corner. West Ham have four minutes to find an equaliser. Reid booked in the minute following the goal.
GOAL! Harry Kane scores the penalty! Spurs have won it!!!!
90: Son has made such an impact since coming on, he's chopped down in the area by Nordtveit, Kane can win it from the spot!
PENALTY TO TOTTENHAM! Goooood heavens.
89: Substitute Son involved, turning in the area to cross, Randolph can't get a strong enough hand on it as he pushes the ball only further into Kane's path, a tap-in for the striker. 2-2!
GOAL! Harry Kane levels up for Tottenham!
85: Wanyama storming forward, fouled in a dangerous position. Can Christian Eriksen capitalise? West Ham change, Nordtveit on for Payet to sure things up a little in defensive midfield. Eriksen takes, and it's a decent effort, but ultimately just wide.
82: We're well into the last 10 minutes now and it's very much a case of West Ham parking the bus and looking to see this one out. Can Spurs respond?
76: West Ham waste a big counter-attacking chance, Zaza taking far too long to pass to Payet, and by the time he does Spurs have men back. Payet returns the ball to the Italian, whose shot finds Lloris' grateful arms.
73: Another Tottenham change, Son on for Dembele.
68: Lloris gets nowhere near Lanzini's penalty, and the Hammers restore their lead! Alli on for Janssen for Spurs.
GOAL! Lanzini scores the penalty!
PENALTY! Janssen handling Reid from a corner, pulling the New Zealand international down and the referee points to the spot. Lanzini to take...
64: Antonio next into the book, ironically for a foul on Rose.
62: Danny Rose picks up a yellow.
59: Stunning save from Randolph! He keeps Eric Dier out with a fantastic reflex stop after the defender rose highest to meet Rose's cross.
58: Slight handball shout as Antonio gets in the way of Kane's header, but again it'd have been a soft one.
53: Kyle Walker late in on Payet, picks up a yellow card for his troubles.
50: It's 1-1! Harry Winks on his full Premier League debut, in the right place at the right time to hammer the ball into an empty net after Randolph had parried Janssen's powerful effort. What a moment for the youngster!
GOAL! Harry Winks levels up for Tottenham!
48: Penalty shout in the Tottenham penalty area as Vertonghen is forced to intervene in order to stop a marauding Payet. He does it well, getting the ball fairly cleanly.
45: The second half begins!
The whistle blows and that's half-time, West Ham leading through Michail Antonio's 24th minute header, and on to cause a slight shock at White Hart Lane. It's been a feisty contest so far, with Spurs needing to put that to one side as they attempt to pull it back in the second half.
Half-time: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 West Ham United
45: Eriksen and Kouyate left feeling woozy after bumping heads. Kouyate has certainly been in the wars so far, but looks to be okay continue. Eriksen's holding his ear in some pain, yet you'd think he'd manage to make it to at least half-time. Into two minutes of stoppage time.
42: Close for the hosts, Danny Rose sending a pacy ball across goal, however nobody can get on the end of it.
41: Spurs with a chance themselves to threaten from a free-kick now, Eriksen standing over the ball ready to deliver from the right hand side... out for a corner!
36: Payet with his first chance from a set-piece after that Dembele foul, but the Tottenham wall does its job.
35: Dembele picks up a yellow card for blocking off Diafra Sakho.
33: A little clash in the technical area, between players! Janssen chases after Kouyate with a late challenge, sending the midfielder over the byline. Janssen and Bilic exchanging words after the West Ham boss sees his player tumble towards him.
31: Lanzini becomes the first man in the book, taking out Rose.
30: Half an hour in and this is going swimmingly for the away side now, Slaven Bilic enjoying his 50th game as West Ham boss. Spurs will hope to strike back before the break.
24: Payet's corner comes in, Ogbonna's header crashing off the bar before Winston Reid digs the ball back into the six yard box, where Antonio is there to head past Hugo Lloris. After having the better of the first 20 minutes or so, Tottenham find themselves behind!
GOAL! West Ham lead! Antonio from the follow up corner!
23: Kyle Walker on hand to block an Antonio effort as a ball bounces down kindly to the Hammer from a corner.
14: West Ham with their first effort of the game as Antonio cuts inside, a left-footed effort dips just over Lloris' crossbar.
11: Crikey, Kane. The striker turns and immediately looks to find goal from 25 yards, getting some serious power on the ball with little backlift. However, the effort does flash five yards or so wide.
6: Eriksen scores, but it's offside! Dier puts him in on goal with a wonderful pass from deep, the Danish international sweeping the ball past Randolph, only to see a raised flag.
2: Spurs making the quicker start of the two teams, a Christian Eriksen shot dropping wide after West Ham only half-cleared Janssen's cross.
0: Kick-off, underway!
Harry Winks included in the Spurs lineup, somewhat surprisingly. That's his first Premier League start. Janssen and Kane up top together in tandem, hoping to put pressure on Reid and Ogbonna.
And here's your West Ham United XI: Randolph; Antonio, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Kouyaté, Obiang; Ayew, Lanzini, Payet; Sakho.
Time for the team news! Tottenham Hotspur XI: Lloris; Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose; Winks, Wanyama, Dembélé; Eriksen; Janssen, Kane.
West Ham took the spoils the last time these two teams met, in March earlier this year, with an early Michail Antonio goal giving them a 1-0 win at Upton Park, a result which allowed Leicester City to open up a three point lead at the top of the table. It was Spurs' day in at White Hart Lane earlier in the season, with Pochettino overseeing a dominant 4-1 win.
There's mixed injury news for Bilic's Hammers. Admittedly, losing Mark Noble to a suspension will be a big blow, the captain picking up his fifth yellow card of the season (yes, five already!) last time out. They are boosted by two returning figures though, in the form of Winston Reid and Diafra Sakho, the latter of which having not played any part in the season so far.
Results have obviously been Tottenham's main concern recently, but injuries haven't been far behind, and they've continue into this game with Erik Lamela, Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld all ruled out. Alderweireld is the biggest concern, as Spurs haven't won since he was injured in the draw at West Bromwich Albion last month. Dele Alli too is a doubt, potentially being sidelined by a knee problem. It could have been worse, with Vincent Janssen, Mousa Dembele, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen all struggling with injuries on international duty in the past two weeks, however those four are set to be fit and available for today's game.
Spurs might be comforted by the fact that West Ham are in a much worse position, just a point above the relegation zone in 17th. After a magnificent first season under Slaven Bilic, the Hammers have fallen off the train this season so far, although some improved results recently have at least pulled them out of the bottom three. They come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw, having been held at home by Stoke City. If Bilic's men can achieve an unlikely win today, they can actually go as high as ninth - depending on results elsewhere earlier on.
This, to put it frankly, may well be a 'must-win' match for Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham. They're seven games without a win, a run that stretches back to the 2-0 victory over Manchester City - 48 days ago! Spurs have struggled for form desperately, but are still in touch at the top of the table, looking solid in fifth, just three points from the top four and five from first place. There's time yet, just 12 games in, but the Lilywhites really could do with a confidence booster to lift spirits around the club. Depending on other results, they could go third today, although you'd suggest that retaining fifth spot will be the minimum target. Surprisingly, despite being behind four other teams, Tottenham remain the only side in the division yet to lose a game.
Good evening everyone, and welcome to our live text commentary of tonight's Premier League clash between London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United. I'm Olli Emmerson, and I'll be taking you through events as they unfold at White Hart Lane, with kick-off set for 5:30PM BST. Until then though, we'll build up to the game, get the confirmed team news around an hour from kick-off, and of course find out the final scores of today's earlier games!