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Clearly, Last weekend saw Manchester City take yet another blow in this difficult season for the defending champions, with a 2-0 loss at Tottenham
And leaving them a massive 22 points adrift of league leaders Liverpool. It’s now just a matter of when the title will be heading to Merseyside.
The Citizens’ season is far from over though. Alongside the trio of cups they’re still involved in, they have a real battle with Leicester for the runners up spot in the League.
That being said, they shouldn’t find the competition too tough on Sunday.
Manchester City will be hoping to get the victory when they take on West Ham, The reason for that is quite simple West Ham United are in dreadful shape right now.
The Hammers let a two goal lead slip last weekend to draw 3-3 with Brighton
extending their winless run to five League games and leaving their expensively constructed squad 18th in the table.
West Ham’s home ground, the London Stadium, has long been a troubling point for Hammers fans.
However, their poor form unsurprisingly extends to their trips away from the maligned stadium too
they have lost six of their last eight Premier League away games, failing to find the net on four occasions and conceding 14 goals.
A look into these teams’ recent meetings continues to favour the hosts as well.
Manchester City have won their last seven Premier League matches against West Ham, scoring 23 goals and conceding just three at the other end.
The Hammers have also lost 11 of their 13 league games at the Etihad, so a Manchester City win is looking very likely indeed.
Still, the bookies are leaning very heavily towards a goal fest, and that’s left the unders market very generously priced.
Manchester City have seen more than four goals in just one of their 12 League home games this season, with West Ham matching that record in their away outings.
However for Manchester City, They have won six of their last eight home League games and are fully expected to saunter to another victory