It’s a topsy turvy Premier League season with some of the weirdest results we’ve ever seen.
Leicester City beat Manchester City 5-2 at the end of September while new boys Leeds United held the former Premier League champions 1-1 at the beginning of October.
Manchester City sit in the wrong half of the Premier League table in eleventh place two places behind West Ham in ninth place
Current Premier League champions Liverpool were beaten 7-2 by Aston Villa at the beginning of October and were held by Everton 2-2 last week.
The champions sit third place with Everton on top spot and Aston Villa in unlikely second place.
After two wins and a draw and ten West Ham goals, the Hammers are brimming with confidence and can beat anyone in the league.
There was a time when we would write off the next two games as free hits or damage limitation exercises to preserve our goal difference but there is a new confidence around West Ham.
Roll-on Saturday and bring on the City!
Come on you Irons!