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Liverpool FC great turned Paddy Power ambassador will be hoping for a big upset in the West Ham v Man City game on Sunday. The visitors to the London Stadium are three points clear of his Reds with a superior goal difference to boot.
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The title is City’s to lose but could they come a cropper against David Moyes’ boys? It’s a game that will suit the hosts, according to the big man. So, let’s take a look at Thommo’s West Ham v Manchester City tips.
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I thought the Wolves game would be tricky for Manchester City! Oh my goodness… Manchester City and Kevin De Bruyne are absolutely flying, goals all over the place. It’s 22 in their last five Premier League games.
It’s absolutely astonishing. De Bruyne got four goals against Wolves. Who needs Erling Haaland? How many goals will he get if the likes of De Bruyne are supplying him?
They are the top scorers with 94 goals and, as we know with this West Ham side, this is a game that is made for them. They like to sit deep, they like to hit on the counter.
City have got problems defensively, I think West Ham will score a goal. I do fancy that. They were desperate for a good result last time out, beating Norwich 4-0 after getting knocked out of the Europa League. That was a big result for them.
They’d had four defeats on the trot before the Norwich game and they’ve lost their last two home games and they’ve not won in four. They will want to end of a good note. This is a massive game for them, the London Stadium will be packed.
Despite all that, City will Win this with Both Teams to Score in this one. I do fancy Kevin De Bruyne to Score Anytime. That will probably be on everybody’s list because he will feel like he can score anytime he gets the ball.
West Ham v Man City Tips
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