please log in to view this image Sunday 18th October 4.30pm Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Stadium The international break is over and we're back to the Premier League with another match against a United. We signed off with a fantastic result against one, following a rather disappointing ending against another. It's another week of Europa League football, so the league has naturally helped us out with a late match. They've followed that with a Monday game next time, rather typically. Can Mourinho pick up where he left off or will another ex-Man Utd man thwart him? West Ham had a pretty poor campaign last time out, but it was saved by their post-lockdown form a little. Manuel Pellegrini managed 3 wins, 3 draws and a solitary loss in his first seven games, before it all went wrong. He could only scrape two wins and a draw from their next twelve and was sacked just after Christmas. The reappointment of David Moyes surprised many and the locals were not impressed. Dipping down into the relegation zone impressed them even less, but they recovered and stayed up. Expectations for this season were not high and the lack of transfer business added to it. Two Slavia Prague players and one from Wimbledon led to accusations of a lack of ambition. Mark Noble's public reaction to Grady Diangana's sale to West Brom added to them. A late move for Said Benrahma from Brentford may placate some, as will their decent start. Opening losses to Newcastle and Arsenal were followed by impressive wins over Wolves and Leicester. The match at our place last season was rather uninspiring, as both sides were clearly lacking fitness. It was the second game after the lockdown break and it showed, as neither side created much. Son's disallowed goal was the highlight of the first half and it was goalless at the break. A Soucek own goal gave us the lead and inspired a little fight from the visitors, but an equaliser evaded them. Kane broke away to make it 2-0 with about ten minutes to go and killed the contest: The game at their place was Mourinho's first in charge at Spurs and it went well, for the most part. Son and Moura put us two up at the break, before Kane added a third just after it and seemed to end it. Ben Davies injured himself making a tackle with twenty minutes to go though, which led to a nervy finish. Antonio fired one in just afterward before he could be replaced, then Rice had one disallowed. An Ogbonna goal deep in injury time was in vain, as we held out to take the points: No injury news yet, but Dier will be a doubt. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Dier, Reguilon; Sissoko, Hojbjerg, Ndombele; Lamela, Kane, Son. Subs: Hart, Doherty, Alderweireld, Davies, Winks, Alli, Moura. West Ham: Fabianski; Coufal, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Balbuena, Masuaku; Rice, Soucek; Bowen, Antonio, Fornals. Subs: Randolph, Johnson, Noble, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Anderson, Haller. Ref: Paul Tierney. VAR: Peter Bankes. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Man Utd game? Would you stick with much of the same lineup, make a few changes or go for a wholesale switch? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting West Ham to go with?