West Ham host London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday in what will be the Hammers’ 100th Premier League match at London Stadium.

After moving from Upton Park in 2016, it has taken some time for the Hammers to adjust to life in their new home, but over the last couple of years have shown signs that they are capable of turning their new Stratford home into something of a fortress.

To date, West Ham have played 115 competitive games in all competitions at London Stadium since their 3-0 win over NK Domzale in the Europa League qualifying in August 2016 kicked off the new era.

Ninety-nine of those games have come in the Premier League, and the visit of Spurs on Sunday will bring up a century of top-flight fixtures in Stratford.

West Ham’s London Stadium Record

Currently, West Ham’s Premier League record at London Stadium is P99, W40, D23, L36, scoring 144 goals and conceding 145.

In all competitions, the Hammers’ home record in Stratford reads P115, W52, D23, L40, and they’ve scored 182 goals compared to conceding 157.

Sunday will be Spurs’ seventh visit to London Stadium, which is more than any other side. They have currently won four and lost two of their previous trips to Stratford, scoring 11 and conceding eight.

Despite recently showing signs of turning London Stadium into a difficult place to come for opposing teams, West Ham are actually on a run three home games without a victory in the Premier League.

However, they have lost just seven home games out of 28 in all competitions since the beginning of last season.