The Hammers went into the match having won three of the past four home league meetings with Spurs, but losing winger Michail Antonio to injury coupled with Kane's two first-half strikes left a fourth in five looking unlikely. "But the advantage comes when you remember good memories and good patterns to repeat what we have actually already done against that team", he added.
The Tottenham supporters began to chant 'You're getting sacked in the morning!' at Slaven Bilic and things could have looked even bleaker for the West Ham manager had Kane not hit the woodwork for a second time.
"The global break we will have all the players away so it will be difficult to prepare and work hard to try to engage everything".
But on Saturday they will come up against a highly-motivated West Ham team, who ended Spurs' title challenge at the London Stadium last season.
For West Ham, the opposition against the teams from the top 6 often ends in defeat, but the current composition of West Ham, it can well impose a fight, but because in this match everything will depend on how "the game will go" with the guests.
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"I think it is so important to manage properly, it is the key to keeping him fit and to providing all the quality that he has to the team".
Spurs are favourites to win the game at 13/20 odds and we are backing the same outcome as our prediction in this game. "It's emotional, you play for your pride and we understand what it means for our fans - we share the same feelings", he told Tottenham's website. It can help us improve and learn and be better during the season.
Kane's double, taking his tally to six in four games, and a third from Christian Eriksen gave Mauricio Pochettino's side a three-goal lead on the hour before Javier Hernandez started the Hammers fightback.
Spurs have won their opening three away league games - the others coming against Newcastle and Everton - and Kane is hoping it continues at Huddersfield next Saturday.
"But I think overall, we played much better".
The Argentine said: "You need time to create a good dynamic, not only tactics but outside too".
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