West Ham welcome Tottenham to the London Stadium in the weekend’s early kick off with all eyes on the visitors after Mauricio Pochettino's sudden departure midweek saw Jose Mourinho appointed head coach.
The former Chelsea and Manchester United boss is looking to reignite their Premier League form, with Spurs having taken just three points from the last 15.
Long-time adversary Manuel Pellegrini has worries of his own, with the Hammers losing four of their last five matches and without a win in six.
See what reception Mourinho is given, from both sets of supporters, and who comes out on top exclusively on BT Sport.
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When is West Ham v Tottenham?
West Ham v Tottenham will be shown exclusively live at 12pm (12.30pm kick-off) on Saturday 23 November on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport Ultimate on TV and across our digital platforms.
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How to watch on TV
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More on West Ham v Tottenham
Tim Williams charts the acrimonious relationship between Pellegrini and Mourinho ahead of the latest chapter incoming this Saturday.
Mourinho talks about being "humble enough" to learn from his mistakes at Man United, how he will build a relationship with the Tottenham fans and that the players must adhere to his principles.
Mourinho sits down with BT Sport's Des Kelly ahead of his first match in charge and opens up on his statement that he plans to develop the club’s young players.
Mourinho talks about how his style and that of his new club can compliment each other as he admits he enjoys the way the team played under predecessor Pochettino.
Mourinho talks Des Kelly through the process that led him to take the role and what he will change at the club to make them successful.