4. Can the Hammers pull off another away shock?
Having already beaten Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City away from home this season, West Ham will be looking to do the same against rivals Tottenham at the weekend. The upset specialists so far, a victory against Spurs at White Hart Lane would highlight their European credentials, with them sitting sixth in the table and only three points off a Champions League place. But that is easier said than done, as their North London opponents have not lost in the league since the opening day, against Manchester United. This all London clash has all the ingredients to be a cracker of a match.