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Can anyone stop Gareth Bale's rise to the top?
The final match to look at this weekend takes place Monday night where we're treated to our almost weekly London derby in the Premier League.
West Ham go in to the game with speculation surrounding the future of their manager Sam Allardyce.
Ten days ago, West Ham co-chairman David Gold released a statement (via BBC) which pretty much said that Big Sam's job depends on West Ham staying in the Premier League.
Although that's understandable, it's also crazy at the same time.
West Ham tumbled out of the Premier League in embarrassing fashion a couple of years ago with no fight or determination about them.
Under Big Sam, they've looked a lot more solid and there's more oomph about them.
He has players at his disposal that some Premier League managers would die for and he's done a terrific job at Upton Park.
Okay, so things might not have gone perfectly this season, but football's that sort of game.
It's never perfect.
For West Ham to even consider letting Big Sam leave is crazy to me.
His players will have a hell of a job on their hands Monday night when they try to keep tabs on a man who has become one of the best players in the world.
Of course, I'm talking about Spurs' Gareth Bale.
Bale is almost frightening to watch.
He's unbelievably quick, he's tricky, he's got power and this season and he's added even more goals to his game.
Bale was the difference in Spurs' last league game against Newcastle and then again in their 2-1 win against Lyon in the Europa League last Thursday.
The Welshman scored three fantastic free kicks in two of those games and he just looks unstoppable right now.
It would be wrong to just focus on Bale, but it wouldn't surprise me if West Ham tried to mark him out of the game on Monday.
There's nothing wrong with that and, to be honest, it's probably the way to stop Spurs from playing.
If West Ham allow Bale the freedom of Upton Park, he will rip them to shreds.
It's that simple.
Before I deal with my prediction for this match, there's something you should know.
This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of the sad passing of former England and West Ham captain Bobby Moore, who tragically died from colon cancer at 51 years old on Feb. 24, 1993.
To mark the occasion, West Ham have planned a series of tributes, including a minute's applause, before kick-off on Monday.
Their plans will be a fitting tribute to a man who was a genuine legend and taken from us too soon.
Rest in peace, Bobby.
With that being said, the sheer emotion that will be swirling around Upton Park on Monday should see West Ham come out on top.
For their fans, for their manager and for their fallen captain.
Prediction: West Ham win