Premier League Preview: West Ham vs Man City Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Sep 16)
- Two of the Premier League’s top four clash this weekend
- Man City sit top of the standings after winning each of their opening four matches this term
There will be interesting action at the London Stadium this weekend, as West Ham United look to build on their impressive start to the new season when they welcome Man City to East London. But, which side will be able to maintain their unbeaten start to the new campaign?
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, September 16, 2023, at 10:00 a.m ET
- Where: London Stadium, London, England
- How To Watch: NBC
One of the standout fixtures in the Premier League this weekend will see two of the sides that are located in the top four lock horns. It has been a dominant start to the new season by the reigning champions, as Man City already sit two points clear at the top of the standings after winning each of their opening four matches this term.
Pep Guardiola’s side have scored eleven times across their opening matches, and they have allowed just two goals. City were at their devastating best before the international break, as they recorded a 5-1 home win over Fulham. The hosts scored with all five of their shots on target, with Erling Haaland netting his first treble of the season.
It has also been an excellent start to the new season for West Ham, as they currently sit fourth in the standings after winning three of their opening four matches. The Hammers have scored nine goals across their opening matches, and they have allowed just four.
West Ham continued their excellent start to the new season with a dominant display on the road before the international break, as they comfortably landed maximum points on the road against Luton Town. Jarrod Bowen opened the scoring before the interval, before Kurt Zouma doubled the advantage with just five minutes remaining.
West Ham vs Man City Prediction
Man City’s record in this fixture is hard to overlook, as they have won 23 of their last 31 clashes with the Hammers, averaging 2.5 goals per game. West Ham are without a win against City in the league since 2014, and we struggle to see that poor record coming to an end this weekend.