Will the Premier League leaders Manchester City continue their fine form when they travel to West Ham? Opta reveals all.
West Ham have lost all three of their meetings with Man City at the London Stadium in all competitions, scoring just once and conceding 13. Manchester City are 1.27 to win.
Man City have won all four of their Premier League meetings with West Ham under Pep Guardiola by an aggregate score of 13-3. City are 1.83 to win half-time/full-time.
Man City have scored four goals in their last two away Premier League games against West Ham - the last team to score 4+ in three consecutive away games against the same opponent were Chelsea against Bolton (October 2009, January 2011 and October 2011). Over 3.5 goals is 2.18.
West Ham are looking to secure consecutive home league wins for the first time since December 2016 (vs Burnley and Hull). The Hammers are 14.00 to pull off a shock win.
Since their 3-4 defeat at Liverpool in January, Man City have conceded just five goals in their last 12 Premier League away games, and never more than once in a match. Manchester City are 2.20 to win to nil.
Manchester City have won their last five Premier League games in London - only one non-London club has ever won six consecutive top-flight games in the capital (Portsmouth between December 1950 and December 1951). The draw half-time/Manchester City full-time double result is 4.60.
West Ham have won just one of their last 15 Premier League games against sides starting the day top of the table (D3 L11), though that victory came against Man City in September 2015. They are 11.00 in the Draw No Bet market to inflict another defeat upon Manchester City.
Man City's David Silva has been directly involved in eight goals in his 11 Premier League games against West Ham (4 goals, 4 assists) - only against Newcastle has he been involved in more in the competition (9). Silva is 3.50 to score.
The 88 Premier League games involving Man City boss Pep Guardiola have seen 3.33 goals per game (F222 A71), while the 126 games involving West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini have seen 3.21 (F270 A134) - the highest two ratios in the competition (minimum 50 games). Both teams to score is 1.92.
Felipe Anderson has scored in his last two Premier League games - he could become the eighth different Brazilian player to score in three in a row in the competition, and first since Gabriel Jesus in April. Anderson is 6.00 to find the net.

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