Manchester City has won all five of their visits to the London Stadium, scoring 22 goals. Pep Guardiola's team could be boosted by the return of Kevin De Bruyne, so West Ham must avoid the slow pace at which they started against Tottenham. However, if they defend properly, David Moyes' team has a chance that could be boosted by the first West Ham appearance by Saïd Benrahma. Jacob Steinberg


Saturday 12.30pm BT Sport 1



London stadium


Last season West Ham 0 Manchester City 5


Odds H 7-1 A 4-9 D 9-2


Referee Anthony Taylor


This season G4 Y12 R1 3.25 cards/set


WESTERN HAM

Subs of Randolph,  Fredericks, Dawson, Martin, Diop, Johnson, Coventry, Noble, Snodgrass,  Lanzini, Haller, Benrahma, Yarmolenko


Doubtful None


None injured


None suspended


Discipline Y10 R0


Form LLWWD


Top scorer Bowen 3


CITY OF MANCHESTER

Subs of Steffen, Carson, García, Doyle, Harwood-Bellis, Delap, Palmer, Zinchenko, Gündogan, Stones, Bernabé, Torres, Silva


Doubtful Laporte, De Bruyne (match fitness)


Jesús injured (quadriceps, November), Fernandinho (leg, November), Mendy (knee, November)


None suspended


Discipline Y9 R0


WLDW form


Top scorer Sterling 2

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