Man City vs West Ham
Manchester City and West Ham will go head-to-head in a Premier League tie on Wednesday the 19th of February.
You can check out 101’s betting tips for the clash here.
The tie was originally supposed to take place on the 9th of this month but it was called off due to bad weather in the UK.
Heading into the tie, Man City don’t have an awful lot to play for.
The Sky Blues’ title hopes are dead in the water and they are still, even with a game in hand, 11 points clear of 5th place.
West Ham, on the other hand, will no doubt be desperate for three points on Wednesday.
The Hammers will kick-off at the Etihad 18th in the English top-flight.
However, a win or draw vs City would see them climb out of the bottom three.
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Moyes gives injury update
Ahead of the pivotal clash with the Premier League champions, David Moyes has provided a team news update on his squad.
The Scotsman is hopeful of having a few more players back from injury and he also claimed West Ham are looking a bit stronger than they have done in recent weeks.
Moyes then gave an update on Felipe Anderson, who has missed the London outfit’s last four league ties, stating the Brazilian is back around training and could be close to being able to start.
The West Ham boss then spoke briefly about Andriy Yarmolenko, confirming the winger is back on the grass:
“Team news-wise, we are good. Hopefully we will have a few more back from injury and we are looking a bit stronger than we were certainly in recent weeks.
“Felipe Anderson is back around training and he’s been on the pitch so he’s back closer to fitness and hopefully he will be close to being able to start. I’ve not actually decided yet if I am going to put him in the squad but I will look to see. He wasn’t in the squad when we were travelling up to Manchester a week or so ago. He’s had a few more days training and I will see how he is just before we go to Manchester.”
“Andriy Yarmolenko is still in a recovery process with his training. He’s back on the grass but doing better.” As quoted by West Ham’s official website.