STREAM LIVE >> Manchester City vs West Ham Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

STREAM LIVE >> Manchester City vs West Ham Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

STREAM LIVE >> Manchester City vs West Ham Live Stream Premier league 2020 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

After a turbulent week or so off the field, Manchester City must now dust themselves off and help the club bounce back in the Premier League.

Pep Guardiola’s side are still on track for a top four finish and whether they are playing European football next season is out of the players’ hands and one for the club’s bosses to deal with.

Due to last week’s game being called off, City have actually had an extended break and their last game seems an awful long time ago – that 2-0 defeat at Tottenham on February 2.

They have had a long time to stew and get over that one and they welcome a West Ham side that rarely beats them.

City have won the last eight meetings in all competitions, scoring at least four goals in five of those fixtures. But we have seen after these mid-season breaks how teams are returning more sluggish than well rested and it could be the case here.

West Ham travel to the Etihad on the back of a poor run of form, without a win in their last six in all competitions and with just one Premier League victory to their name since David Moyes returned.

It can often be difficult to find value in a game so one-sided in the betting – the Hammers are as great as 20/1 to win with some bookies. For the planned tie 10 days ago, we tipped two or more first-half goals for City but the preference is to stay away from that after their lengthy time off.

Instead we are looking at two West Ham players – Tomas Soucek and Aaron Cresswell.

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Czech Republic international Soucek arrived in January from Slavia Prague on an initial loan deal. Although he is a defensive midfielder by trade, the 24-year-old scored 10 goals in 19 appearances for Slavia in the first half of the campaign and his rate of shooting is impressive.

He averaged 2.3 per game in the Champions League this season (four shots and a goal against both Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund), 2.7 per game in the UEFA Nations League last year and he had two on his Premier League debut for West Ham, against Brighton.

With this in mind, his anytime goalscorer price will be worth watching in the coming games. He is 17/2 here but the preference is to go with him in the shots market.

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