TV channel, live stream, start time and team news for the HUGE Premier League matchup

MANCHESTER CITY can take a big step towards retaining the Premier League title by taking on West Ham today.

The blue machine annihilated Wolves on Wednesday, where he scored FIVE goals for the second consecutive game.

Kevin De Bruyne scored four of Manchester City's five goals against Wolves


Kevin De Bruyne scored four of Manchester City’s five goals against Wolvescredit: Reuters
Said Benrahma's double act allowed West Ham to dismantle Norwich at Carrow Road


Said Benrahma’s double act allowed West Ham to dismantle Norwich at Carrow Roadcredit: Reuters

That leaves them with a comfortably superior goal difference over Liverpool, meaning a win would come close to ending things.

However, West Ham will be determined to follow through in their 4-0 rout of Norwich with the Europa League in sight.

And it’s a big occasion for captain Mark Noble, who plays his last game at home and will be determined to make life as difficult as possible for City.

But beating City in a league match is something the Hammers haven’t achieved since 2015.

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Which TV channel is West Ham vs Man City on and can I stream it live?

  • West Ham United vs Manchester City will be broadcast live Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
  • There will be no pre-match coverage of the Sky Sports Main Event, but the Sky Sports Premier League will begin its run in 1pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
  • Subscribers have the option to stream the game live via the Sky Sports website or the Sky Go app.

team news

David Moyes’ injury crisis continues with Michail Antonio as the Jamaican international was forced out of West Ham’s last game with a hip injury.

Craig Dawson’s collision with the advertising board forced the defender to be withdrawn in the second half.

And Said Benrahma’s day was ruined with what appeared to be a foot injury, having scored two goals early in the match against Norwich.

Elsewhere, Pep Guardiola will be sweating over the fitness of his last fit defender, Aymeric Laporte, after the Spaniard was pulled out earlier in Molineux with a knee problem.

Which means Laporte could join his defensive teammates Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker and John Stones, who have all been ruled out for the season.

latest odds

  • West Ham to win 2/13
  • 4/1 draw
  • Man City win 1/3

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication

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