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Obviously, Last summer saw a huge upheaval at the London Stadium damage West Ham’s chances of a strong start to the Premier League campaign.
However, The Hammers haven’t exactly remained stable over this summer either. Their changes haven’t been as widespread as last year
but their front line has seen massive changes as Marko Arnautovic, Andy Carroll and Lucas Perez left
replaced by the highly rated Sebastian Haller. Meanwhile, Pedro Obiang has departed and playmaker Pablo Fornals will slot into the midfield.
It’s been a mixed bag in preseason for West Ham, with 3 wins and 3 defeats making for typically inconsistent reading.
However, their 4-1 thrashing against Manchester City in the Premier League Asian Trophy is an ominous forewarning, with a 1-0 follow-up defeat to Newcastle proving even bleaker.
However, The Hammers won their last 3 league games last season and put together a few promising runs
so if Haller can hit the ground running Manuel Pellegrini could be in for a promising season.
Manchester City, after winning 2 consecutive Premier League titles and achieving a domestic treble last season, have unsurprisingly opted for stability.
They have made 2 major signings during the transfer window, bringing in Rodri as the long term successor to the ageing Fernandinho and Joao Cancelo to provide competition for Kyle Walker in the right back berth.
Indeed, The Citizens ended their defence of the title by winning 14 games on the bounce and amassing a staggering 98 points
They have also won all 4 of their trips to the London Stadium when facing The Hammers, scoring 17 goals in the process and winning by at least a 2 goal margin in all of them.
Combined with the fact that Manchester City have won 7 of their last 10 league away days by 2 or more goals
and with West Ham’s new striker eager to impress we think a 3-1 correct score prediction offers the most value.
We’re also backing Raheem Sterling to get himself on the scoresheet. The England winger was played
in a central attacking role last weekend, but even pushed back out to the left he offers a significant attacking threat
And The influx of new players and a new manager resulted in them losing their opening 3 matches, but they will be hoping for a less downbeat start this term.