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After a disastrous start to the season, West Ham have rallied to win two of their last three unbeaten outings against all of Wolves, Leicester and Spurs.
Indeed, the latter saw them three goals down to Jose Mourinho’s charges heading into the final eight minutes of the game, with Manuel Lanzini netting a sublime equalizer in the 94th minute.
Man City have also had a fairly turbulent start to their Premier League campaign, losing to Leicester and drawing to Leeds, although they’ll be happy with their victory over Arsenal last weekend with Sergio Aguero back in the side.
They followed that result up with a 3-1 win against Porto in the Champions League midweek, making them a respectable W5-D1-L1 from their seven outings across all competitions.
Man City To Win And Both Teams To Score
The Hammers will be happy with how things are going for them at the minute although they don’t have the best of home records against the two best sides in the division, Liverpool and Man City.
Indeed, they’ve lost five of their six winless outings here against them by an aggregate scoreline of 20-3. In fact, against the Citizens alone, they’ve lost all nine meetings across all venues and tournaments since the start of the 2016/17 season, and we somewhat doubt that is going to change this time around.
However, only six teams have scored more than David Moyes’s charges 11 this term in the league, while they’ve netted as many as 12 across their last three across all competitions at London Stadium, and we certainly think they’ve got the attacking quality to at least get themselves on the scoreboard.
That is especially the case seeing as Man city could be without both Nathan Ake and Aymeric Laporte for this clash, while even if they do start, there are questions marks over the Citizens’ defensive unit this term.
Indeed, the Foxes put five past a partnership of Ake and Eric Garcia earlier this term, while they’ve conceded in five of their seven games so far across all competitions.
Raheem Sterling To Score Anytime
Raheem Sterling loves a trip to North East London. Indeed, the winger has had a hand in 10 goals from his last four trips to West Ham, including four goals of his own from the two most recent.
Considering he’s also been in blistering form this term too, scoring four goals from his last three domestic appearances, he looks great value to add to his tally.