West Ham take on Manchester City on Sunday in a huge clash that could have major implications on the top four.
The Irons are aiming to bounce back from last week’s bruising Premier League defeat to Wolves, while City have won two on the bounce, beating both Manchester United and Everton.
A win for the Irons would see them move level on points with Pep Guardiola’s men in second place.
Here’s everything you need to know!
Manchester City v West Ham United – Premier League.
The game will kick off at 2pm in the UK on Sunday.
The game will not air live in the UK and Ireland.
The match will be aired elsewhere in the world with a full list HERE and will be available on internet streams
Injury news – West Ham
Angelo Ogbonna is out of the game.
Injury news – Man City
Kevin De Bruyne will be absent due to COVID-19. Jack Grealish is a major doubt due to a knock, while Ferran Torres will definitely miss out due to a foot injury sustained on international duty. Phil Foden could be available.
Last five meetings
The Hammers beat City in the Carabao Cup earlier this season, knocking them out on penalties after a draw in 90 minutes. The four meetings before that ended in three defeats for the Irons and one draw.
Michael Oliver will be the referee this weekend.