Erik ten Hag’s men are hoping to bounce back after losing to Newcastle
Ange Postecoglou is pleased to have Tottenham vice-captain Cristian Romero back from suspension for the visit of West Ham, but has not felt the need to speak with the defender about his discipline. Romero was sent off in Spurs’ costly 4-1 loss at home to Chelsea on November 6, which resulted in the Argentina international serving a three-match ban. It was Romero’s fourth red card during his 75-game Tottenham career and, while he is recognised as a fine centre-back, the occasional rush of blood has proved costly.
Everything you need to know ahead of the Premier League fixture
Rubiales was banned over his behaviour at the Women’s World Cup final in Sydney on August 20.