Man City Vs West Ham Free Tips [Sun 9th Feb]
Man City vs West Ham is one of this Sunday’s two Premier League matches and, as West Ham will find themselves in the relegation zone, they’ll be hoping to become the second London team to beat City in the last week.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Man City vs West Ham.
Man City vs West Ham Analysis
16:30 Kick Off on 9th Feb
Man City vs West Ham Match Details
Man City vs West Ham kicks-off at 16.30 at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday 9 February. The match is being broadcast live on Sky Sports.
Man City Form
Six Premier League defeats in 25 games highlights that Man City aren’t quite as good as this season as the side that has won the last two titles, but they’re still brilliant on a going day. Their motivation to win every Premier League game may be lower than normal. with Liverpool all but having wrapped up the title, but that didn’t stop them humbling Aston Villa 6-1 less than a month ago.
There were also four goals in City’s recent home draw against Crystal Palace, whilst City also stepped up the pace when beating Leicester 3-1 to climb above them in the table. But it’s worth noting that seven of City’s last nine Premier League home games have produced less than 3.5 goals.
West Ham Form
David Moyes celebrated his appointment as West Ham manager with a 4-0 home win against Bournemouth, but not much has gone right since.
West Ham have lost away to Sheffield United and Leicester (1-4) since, were humbled by West Brom in the FA Cup, and surrendered a 3-1 lead at home against Brighton last weekend to draw 3-3. But five of West Ham’s games under Moyes have produced less than 2.5 goals.
Man City vs West Ham Head-To-Heads
This will be the 38th Premier League meeting between Man City and West Ham, and City currently lead 22 wins to West Ham’s seven, with just six draws in that period.
City have been even more dominant at home where they’ve won 14 of their 18 games against West Ham, with just two away wins and two draws in reply.
City have also completely dominated their encounters with West Ham since the arrival of Pep Guardiola. Strangely, City have been more dominant away from home where they’ve beaten the Hammers 0-5, 0-4, and 1-4 in the last three seasons, whilst their two home wins in that period have come by scores of 1-0 and 2-1.