West Ham United have climbed above Tottenham Hotspur to go fifth in the Premier League after coming from behind to beat Watford 4-1.

David Moyes’ (pictured) men went into the game with a record of just one win in their previous seven and were beaten by Southampton on Boxing Day.

A rocky patch of form looked like it was going to continue when Emmanuel Dennis gave Claudio Ranieri’s side the lead after just four minutes.

However, quickfire goals from Tomas Soucek and Said Benrahma put West Ham (6/1 Top 4 Finish) in front and Watford never looked like getting back in the game.

A Mark Noble penalty gave the Hammers a cushion before Nikola Vlasic scored his first goal for the club late on.

Tottenham (3/1 Top 4 Finish) have dropped to sixth but still remain unbeaten in the Premier League under Antonio Conte after drawing 1-1 at Southampton.

The hosts took the lead when James Ward-Prowse volleyed in a cracker but Mohammed Salisu’s red card for a foul on Son Heung-min before half-time meant they had to play the rest of the game with ten men.

Harry Kane scored a penalty from that incident to get his third in as many games, continuing his renaissance under Conte.

The visitors banged on the door for most of the second half and twice thought they had the lead but Kane had an effort ruled out by VAR for offside while Fraser Forster’s blushes were spared when his own goal was chalked off after there was adjudged to have been a foul in the build up.

Finally, Crystal Palace piled more misery onto Norwich City with an easy 3-0 that was the Canaries’ fifth straight loss.

Odsonne Edouard, Jean Philippe Mateta, and Jeff Schlupp scored in the first half to put Palace ninth, while Norwich remain bottom.

Late on Tuesday, Liverpool travel to Leicester City (Match Betting – Leicester 17/2, draw 11/2, Liverpool 2/7) with the two sides doing battle for the second time in the space of a week.

The Reds were triumphant on penalties last week in the Carabao Cup quarter-final while Leicester followed that up with a 6-3 thrashing at the hands of Manchester City.

The build up to the game has been dominated by player absentees but a win for depleted Liverpool (4/1 Premier League Outright) would put them three points behind leaders City while a convincing win for Leicester would see them go eighth.

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