The Citizens have won four out of their five league meetings between the two teams, scoring 17 goals in the process and conceding just two
Manchester City will welcome West Ham United in the Premier League at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday hoping to extend their unbeaten run to 20 games in all competitions.
However, they will not find it easy against their visitors who have been riding high in the league this season and are currently in the Champions League positions.
Manchester City vs West Ham United Latest Odds
The Citizens are on a 19-match unbeaten streak in all competitions and have won all their last five home league matches. They are tipped to get maximum points on Saturday at (1.26) with Bet9ja.
On their part, the Hammers have collected three wins in their five away league matches. Against the Pep Guardiola-led charges, they are tipped to carry the day at (11.75).
The chance of the game ending in a draw is backed at (6.10).
It’s first vs fourth in the table with David Moyes’ men looking to maintain their position in the Champions League spots whilst Pep Guardiola’s team are looking to extend their lead at the top of the table.
Manchester City are on a record-breaking 19 game-winning run in all competitions, including 12 in a row in the league. The Hammers are themselves in fine form having lost just one league game in 12.
West Ham’s Angelo Ogbonna remains sidelined with an ankle injury along with Arthur Masuaku and Andriy Yarmolenko. City are relatively injury-free with star striker Sergio Aguero is back in contention for a start.
Will will have comprehensive coverage of the game from our West Ham writer Tom Clark live at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City vs West Ham United Team News
Nathan Ake is the only injury concern for the hosts who are set to welcome John Stones and Kevin De Bruyne after being rested in the midweek Champions League outing.
Angelo Ogbonna and Arthur Masuaku are both ruled out for the Hammers but Andriy Yarmolenko will face a late fitness test to ascertain whether he can play after a knee problem.
Manchester City have close to a full squad available. Centre-back Nathan Ake is their only notable absentee with the Dutchman continuing to train alone after a muscular problem.
Kevin De Bruyne is expected to start for a second Premier League running for City after Pep Guardiola declared him fully fit. Record goalscorer Sergio Aguero is edging closer to a return after four matches as an unused substitute.