The latest team news and stats for the weekend's Women's Super League action, including Tottenham vs West Ham live on Sky Sports on Sunday.
Tottenham have been hit by the loss of Tang Jiali, Kyah Simon and Cho So-hyun who are away on international duty at the Asia Cup.
Eveliina Summanen is a new arrival in the Spurs camp but will miss out on Sunday's game.
West Ham are finally back in action after a long wait with two new faces, Halle Houssein and Emma Snerle, in the squad after signing earlier this month.
Asia Cup absences have also hit the Hammers, meaning Mackenzie Arnold, Tameka Yallop and Yui Hasegawa are all unavailable.
Adriana Leon is also absent due to a knee injury.
- Spurs have only lost one of their five previous WSL matches with West Ham (W3 D1), though it was in the reverse fixture in November, with Dagny Brynjarsdottir netting the only goal of the game for the Hammers.
- West Ham have failed to win any of their first WSL games in a calendar year, with the Hammers picking up just one point across those matches (D1 L3).
- Tottenham have picked up 23 points from their last 11 WSL games (W7 D2 L2), just one fewer than in their 25 top-flight matches beforehand (W6 D6 L13).
- No side has recovered more points from losing positions than Tottenham in the Women's Super League this season (7, the same as Man City), who have won two of the five matches in which they've fallen behind (D1 L2).
- West Ham are the only side yet to concede a single goal in the first 30 minutes of an FA WSL match this season - the earliest goal they've conceded was scored in the 33rd minute (Inessa Kaagman for Brighton in September).
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