Spurs Cruising Towards Champions League Football
William Hill have trimmed Tottenham from 4/6 to 4/7 to finish inside the top four in the Premier League this season after coming from behind to take all three points at Upton Park.
With Gareth Bale netting a fantastic double, Spurs leapfrogged Chelsea into 3rd, whilst West Ham, who led 2-1 with only 15 minutes remaining, slipped to 14th.
After finishing 4th in two of the past three seasons, the north London club look as though they will challenge for their highest ever Premier League finish, and as they head into a crucial derby with Arsenal at the weekend, there promises to be added spice to a clash that is already anticipated as being one of the best of the season.
Top Four Finish: 1/300 City, 1/5 Chelsea, 4/7 Tottenham, 5/6 Arsenal, 11/1 Everton, 11/1 Liverpool