Manchester City vs West Ham Premier League Betting Stats

The 2023/24 Premier League campaign comes to a close on May 19 with all 20 teams in action at 4 pm BST.

One of the fixtures taking place this Sunday sees a title-chasing Manchester City in action against West Ham at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City head into the game as 1/12 favourites to secure the three points, while West Ham travel to Manchester as 20/1 outsiders to pick up the win.


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Manchester City vs West Ham

Death, taxes and Manchester City winning the Premier League. The Sky Blues have spent very little time at the division’s summit this season but after beating Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday, go into Sunday’s games two points clear of 2nd-place Arsenal.

The Gunners have a better goal difference than the Sky Blues, meaning the Manchester outfit have to win to ensure they clinch a record-fourth league title in a row. But given City’s record against the east Londoners, that is very likely to happen.

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As for West Ham, they beat Luton Town 3-1 last time out, but after failing to win their previous four league ties, go into the final matchday five points off the European places. No matter what happens versus Manchester City, West Ham will finish 9th this season.

Manchester City vs West Ham betting stats

Here are some key Manchester City and West Ham stats to keep in mind as you prepare to make your selections ahead of the game:

  • Manchester City will sit top of the Premier League table heading into the final day of the season for the sixth time in the last seven seasons (exception 2019/20), going on to win the title in each of those previous campaigns.
  • City are now unbeaten in 22 consecutive Premier League games (W18 D4), including all 18 in 2024 (W15 D3). The last two teams to make as long an unbeaten start to a calendar year failed to go on to win the title in that same year (Liverpool in 2022 – 2nd and Chelsea in 2008 – 2nd).
  • Kevin De Bruyne has assisted Erling Haaland 12 times in the Premier League since the beginning of last season - at least four more times than any other player has for a teammate in the competition.
  • Only Jarrod Bowen (16) has scored more Premier League goals for West Ham United this season than James Ward-Prowse (7) whilst since the beginning of the 2020-21 campaign, Phil Foden (46) is the only English midfielder to score more goals than the West Ham man (34).
  • Each of Tomas Soucek’s past five Premier League goals have been winning goals – that is the most by a West Ham player in a Premier League season since Kevin Nolan in 2012-13 (also 5).
  • Manchester City have lost just one of their last 19 meetings with West Ham in all competitions and are unbeaten against the Hammers in the Premier League since a 2-1 loss on September 19, 2015.

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  • Kevin De Bruyne has recorded 10+ assists in six different Premier League seasons, the joint-most times alongside Cesc Fabregas; the Belgian (112) also moved ahead of the Spaniard into outright second for most assists in the competition’s history, behind only Ryan Giggs (162).
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Today’s Football Tips

There is no Premier League action today, but there is one Championship fixture set to play out as Southampton host West Brom in a play-off semi-final clash.

West Brom travel away from home to take on Southampton on Friday evening, and we’ve got it covered with our bet builder of the day article, while for those of you looking to place an acca, we have our acca of the day lined up and ready to go.

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