1817: So that brings to an end another exciting day of Premier League action. Arsenal go into the international break onn top of the Premier League while Chelsea are up to third after a couple of late goals. We'll see you all in a couple of weeks.
1814: Villas-Boas - "I think they scored in a moment when they were very, very strong - through set plays, they got first to the second ball.
"It can happen in games like this. We didn't have that quick reaction to get back into the game because they scored the second soon after.
"The game started 100 miles per hour for both teams, with both looking threatening. They had good spells and so did we. The second had we were not first to the ball in the 50-50 duels. They were a bit more aggressive and punished us.
"We have conceded three goals today but before we were the team who conceded the least chances. This time West Ham managed to surprise us and we have to bounce back. This would be a good goal for us.
"It is [a wakeup call]. This fixture was a bit dangerous. If we won everything would be spectacular but if you draw or lose you drop in
1810: Wenger - "I have some regrets as we had the opportunity to get a second goal but you must give credit to West Brom. Wilshere showed great character and he never gives up."
1805: Mulumbu and Yacob were superb today for West Brom. They limited the creativity of Ozil, Wilshere and Ramsey, boss Steve Clarke must be incredibly proud of his players on the back of beating Manchester United as well.
1804: Mulumbu - "We know they're one of best teams in the country, but Nicolas missed a great chance to score (at 1-0) and that's why we drew today."
1800: Tottenham may have had over 60% of possession but West Ham were fully deserving of their victory. They scored three goals from their five shots on target and Winston Reid and James Tomkins were superb at the back.
1757: Stick with us as we will have reaction from both games. coming up shortly.
1755: So Tottenham drop down to sixth as Southampton find themselves in fourth place after their 2-0 win over Swansea. West Ham climb to 13th while Chelsea are in third behind Arsenal and Liverpool.
1754: It's all over and Arsenal return to the top of the table but it was a tough afternoon's work and West Brom fully deserved a point from that game. West Ham can also celebrate an incredible victory as they secure a memorable 3-0 win over Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
1750: Four minutes of injury time at West Brom. Can either side find a late winner.
1748: Andy Carroll clearly enjoying watching this West Ham display.
Absolutely buzzing with this result!!
— Andy Carroll (@AndyTCarroll) October 6, 2013
1746: Only a few minutes left at the Hawthornes and on comes Chris Brunt. They deserve something from thsi game and will think they could even have taken all three points. I wonder if they can carve out one more chance.
1745: Opta - The last time West Ham scored 3+ goals in a PL game at White Hart Lane was on their first PL visit there, back in 1994 (4-1).
1744: Arsenal are looking for a winner and they bring on Nicklas Bendtner. Can the Dane produce the goods?
1742: Andre Villas-Boas looks absolutely shell shocked. No one could have seen this scoreline coming.
1741: West Ham good value today. Sam Allardyce has come up with a game plan and his side are executing it to perfection. They've had some 14 shots on goal today, while Spurs have had 11, with only four being on target.
1738: Incredible stuff at White Hart Lane. Diame started it with a sublime turn and then fed Morrison who ran from own half and then lifted the ball over Hugo Lloris.
1738: Tottenham 0-3 West Ham: Morrison
1735: Brilliant stuff from Myhill who denys Giroud who looked to squirm his shot past the keeper after going round the West Brom number one. It was a brilliant pass from Wilshere to pick out the Frenchman but it remains all square.
1732: A rather strange goal as Vaz Te gets in behind Walker and his shot is blocked by Lloris but the ball pops up and hits the striker on the thigh and finds the back of the net.
1731: Tottenham 0-2 West Ham: Vaz Te
1730: A chance for Olivier Giroud after Ozil cleverly lifts the ball over the West Brom defence and the French striker is on side, but flashes his shot well wide. This match is nicely poised as both sides go looking for a winner.
1726: A bad couple of minutes for Spurs fans as Arsenal level against West Brom and then West Ham take the lead thanks to centre back Winston Reid. He meets Downing's corner with a superb header which Kevin Nolan inadvertently blocks on the line. Iit comes back at the feet of the New Zealander and he smashes in.
1725: Tottenham 0-1 West Ham: Reid
1722: And they have been made to pay. Arsenal break quickly as Giroud holds the ball up well before Ozil lays the ball to Wilshere whose strike gets a wicked defelction off Olsson and it skims past a helpess Myhill.
1722: West Brom 1-1 Arsenal - Wilshere
1721: West Brom are bossing the possession in the second half and they really need to make the most of it by getting a second goal. They are looking threatening but Arsenal are coming up with some important last sitch challenges.
1717: Arsenal are bringing in Tomas Rosicky and it is Aaron Ramsey that makes way. The Welsh midfielder hasn't had the chance to extend his wonderful scoring run today.
1716: Shouts for a penalty from the West Ham faithful after Dembele appears to handle the ball but Lee Probert waves away the claims.
1712: Defoe is also looking to score against his former club but his rasping strike is well saved by an in-form Jaaselainen.
1710: Unbelievable as Anelka misses a glorious chance once again. It's dreadful defending as Arsenal try to play a high line but the forward runs in behind, bares down on goal and curls his effort just wide of the far post. It really should have been two.
1709: Vertonghen almost stabbed Spurs into the lead as he got his foot on an Eriksen fre kick but he can only guide his effort wide.
1705: What a chance for Anelka to score against his old club. It is briliant work from Berahino who skips clear and finds the former Arsenal striker in space inside the box. The French forward gets his feet muddled and can't get his shot away. What a chance.
1704: We are back under way in both games and there have been no substitutions. Don't think it will be long before Arsenal introduce a bit of pace in the find third in Serge Ganbry.
1650: That's half time in both games and it seems we could have a shock on our hands. Arsenal have struggled to create any clear cut opportunities and West Brom have looked dangerous through Amalfitano and the hard working Berahino. Over in north London the game has yet to come to life with neither side really looking like scoring.
1645: A great chance for West Ham to take a surprise lead as Noble clips a free kick to captain Kevin Noble who flashes his volley across goal. He really should have got that on target.
16.44: That was sloppy marking from Arsenal and they had been under a bit of pressure. Still the goal comes from the mist unlikly source. It's Cladio Yacob's first ever goal for the Baggies. Could they pull off another impressive win.
1641: West Brom 1-0 Arsenal: Arsenal on the back foot in the last couple of minutes as Szczesny spills a cross, before Sessegnon has a shot blocked and West Brom get a corner. Alafitano eventually gets the ball again after his first effort is clear but this time he finds Yacob who heads home. The midfielder was completely unmarked.
1635: Giroud has a crack from distance but it is straight at Boaz Myhill. Meanwhile Winston Reid heads wide from a corner - a set piece could prove to be West Ham's best opportunity for a goal today.
1633: Townsend with more good work as his cross finds Paulinho who strike it on the volley. It's good technique from the Brazilian but it's just wide of the post.
1631: In north London Stewart Downing is looking dangerous as he picks out Diame who can only head way over. They really need Carroll to be on the end of one of those crosses, Hammers fans will hope he is back fit soon.
1628: The combination of Arteta and Flamini is very strong for Arsenal. They provide a great base from which to build attacks with Ozil, Ramsey and Wilshere all constantly changing positions ahead of them. It's very fluid but they are yet to create a clear chance for Giroud.
1625: Christian Eriksen is starting to dictate play at White Hart Lane as he looks to find Defoe, while Andros Townsend is causing all sort of problems down the right. He cuts inside Rat and has a powerful shot which is always shaping away from the goal.
1622: Flamini receives a yellow card for a late challenge on Amalfitano and he will have to be careful now. We've only played 22 minutes and he will have to get through plenty more work this afternoon.
1620: Another corner for the Baggies and again Arsenal look to break quickly. Wilshere finds Ozil who skips past one and his cross finds the head of Giroud but West Brom eventually clear the danger.
1618: Lovely move from Arsenal ad they work the ball from right to left and Gibbs arrives inside the box but slam his shot over the bar.
1616: A first shot for Spurs now and it's in-form midfielder Glyfi Sigurdsson who forces a good low save from Jasskelianen.
1615: That is a very good save from Szczesny after a Berahino shot takes a huge deflection. The Polish keeper changes direction and makes a top save.
1613: Chance for West Ham as Nolan heads a Downing cross wide. The midfielder had more time than he realised and could have given the Hammers a shock lead.
1612: Ramsey really is full of confidence. He lines up a free kick from 30 yards and smashes the ball goalwards. But it's still rising as I type this and flies safely over the bar.
1610: First shot from Arsenal and Arteta has time to line up a left footed shot from the edge of the box but it cannons off a defender and then off an Arsenal man and it's a goal kick for West brom.
1609: West Ham have started quite confidently but it really does look like it is more of a 4-6-0 formation at times. They desperately miss an out-and-out striker.
1607: Interesting seeing Wilshere in somewhat of a wide role on the left. Clearly Wenger feels Ozil is more important in a central position at the minute.
1604: First corner of the game for West Brom but it is Arsenal who look to counter at pace. Ozil finds Giroud but the cross is overhit by the Frenchman. An early warning for the Baggies though.
1603: Kyle Walker has started the game but said he felt unwell during the warm up. We'll see how long he lasts - summer signing Vlad Chiriches is already warmping up.
1600: We are underway in both games.
1555: So we are nearly ready for kick-off in both games and can Arsenal continue their impressive run of scoring in the first 15 minutes of matches. They have done it four times already in the Premier League. Over at White Hart Lane will Tottenham extend their incredible run in London derbies. They've won 15 and lost just two of their last 25 London derbies at home in the Premier League
1550: So Jermain Defoe gets a chance in the league and he will surely love having Christian Eriksen just behind up. The Dane has been in excellent form and offers plenty of creativity in the find third. Meanwhile it is Vaz Te to lead the line for West Ham who will hope that Ravel Morrison can continue his excellent run of form. The Hammers are desperate for a positive result.
West Brom: Myhill, Billy Jones, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell, Yacob, Mulumbu, Amalfitano, Sessegnon, Anelka, Berahino. Subs: Popov, Morrison, Rosenberg, Long, Brunt, Lugano, Luke Daniels.
Arsenal: Szczesny, Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Arteta, Flamini, Ramsey, Ozil, Wilshere, Giroud. Subs: Vermaelen, Monreal, Fabianski, Bendtner, Miyaichi, Gnabry, Rosicky.
Referee: Lee Mason (Lancashire)
Spurs: Lloris, Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Naughton, Paulinho, Dembele, Townsend, Eriksen, Sigurdsson, Defoe. Subs: Chiriches, Lamela, Holtby, Chadli, Friedel, Sandro, Soldado.
West Ham: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Tomkins, Reid, Rat, Noble, Morrison, Diame, Nolan, Downing, Vaz Te. Subs: Jarvis, Maiga, Adrian, O'Brien, Collins, Cole, Petric.
Referee: Lee Probert (Wiltshire)
1543: While West Brom will be full of confidence it is a different story for West Ham who find themselves in the relegationn zone and struggling for goals. Without Andy Carroll they have lacked a goal threat and it will be a tough task against a rampant Spurs side.
1542: It won't be easy for Arsenal who face a West Brom side full of confidence after beating Manchester United at Old Trafford last week. The Baggies hand a start to young England striker Saido Berahino who made an instant impact last week with a superb winner against David Moyes's men.
1540: Welcome to the IBTimesUK live test coverage of Tottenham v West Ham and West Brom v Arsenal. It is another big day for the two north London sides who are looking to extend their impressive runs. Arsene Wenger's men are still in second and can return to the top of the table with a draw but they will looking for another away win. Spurs meanwhile have slipped down to sixth after the weekend results and Andre Villas-Boas will be determined for his side to inflict more misery on West Ham.