Bookmakers put West Ham at an unlikely 10/1 for a win over Manchester City this afternoon while a draw attracts a odds of 5/1.
The Premier League champions are odds-on at 3/10 to win at the London Stadium this afternoon after beating the Hammers an aggregate of 9-0 last year in East London at the former Olympic Stadium.
Brave Hammers fans can get odds of 33/1 for a West Ham 1-0 win while you can get 70/1 for a 2-0 win over City, you can get up to 300/1 for a 3-0 Hammers win with 4-0 and above at 500/1. A 2-1 win for the Hammers is priced at 30/1.
Manchester City have won all four competitive matches against the Hammers under Pep Guardiola. The Hammers have won only one of their 16 Premier League matches this season against teams currently in the top half of the table (D5, L10)
David Moyes lost just six of his 22 Premier League matches against Manchester City as Everton boss (W12, D4) – since leaving the Toffees, he has lost all five.
City need six more points to eclipse the Premier League record tally of 95 set by Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in 2004-05.
City have scored 98 Premier League goals this season – only three teams have reached 100 goals in a single season in the competition’s history: Chelsea’s 103 in 2009-10, City themselves with 102 in 2013-14 and Liverpool’s 101 in the same season.
The Citizens are one win away from equalling Chelsea’s record of 30 victories in a single Premier League campaign, set last season.