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Man City vs West Ham live stream: How to watch Premier League fixture – TV channel, kick-off time, team news

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Feb. 17, 2020

Manchester City will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Tottenham when they host West Ham in their rearranged fixture this week.
City dominated Spurs in north London but ended up losing 2-0 and are now a huge 25 points behind runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola’s men take on relegation-threatened West Ham this week after the match was postponed due to bad weather last weekend.
David Moyes’ Hammers are in the bottom three and wasted a two-goal lead as Brighton snatched a point in their last outing.
Man City vs West Ham: Date and kick-off time
The Premier League tie will be held on Wednesday, February 19 and will kick-off at 7:30pm.
City smashed West Ham 5-0 in August with England star Raheem Sterling netting a hat-trick.
The Hammers have lost their last eight matches against the Etihad giants, conceding 28 goals in doing so.
This will be City’s first game following news of the club’s two-year ban from the Champions League.
Man City vs West Ham: TV channel and live stream
The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event from 7pm.
Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £8.99.
Man City vs West Ham: Match stats
Manchester City have won each of their last seven Premier League meetings with West Ham, scoring 23 goals and conceding just three in reply. West Ham have taken just four points from a possible 39 in Premier League games at the Etihad Stadium (W1 D1 L11), drawing 1-1 in January 2008 and winning 2-1 in September 2015. West Ham have lost 20 of their 23 Premier League away games against reigning champions (W1 D2), with their only victory coming at Manchester United in December 2001 (1-0). Manchester City have lost six Premier League games this season – as many as they had in their previous two campaigns combined. Manager Pep Guardiola has never lost seven matches in any of his previous 10 top-flight campaigns. West Ham haven’t won any of their last 16 league games in which they’ve conceded at least once (D4 L12) since winning 3-1 at Watford in August. The Hammers haven’t kept a league clean sheet against Man City since November 2012, conceding in all 14 since. Manchester City have conceded 15.6% of the shots they’ve faced in the Premier League this season – the highest ratio registered by any team in a single campaign since we have this data available (2003-04). West Ham have dropped a league-high 19 points from winning positions in the Premier League this season, with the Hammers failing to win eight of their 14 games in which they’ve scored first this season (W6 D5 L3). Man City boss Pep Guardiola has won all eight of his meetings with West Ham in all competitions – in his managerial career, against no side does he have a better 100% winning record (also 8/8 vs Malaga and Watford). Since the start of the 2016-17 season, Man City’s Raheem Sterling has been involved in 11 Premier League goals in seven appearances against West Ham (6 goals, 5 assists), netting a hat-trick at the London Stadium in the reverse fixture this term. Despite not registering a goal involvement until late October, Robert Snodgrass has been involved in more Premier League goals than any other West Ham player this season (9 – 5 goals, 4 assists). The Scotsman was involved in all three of their strikes against Brighton last time out (2 goals, 1 assist).
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Man City vs West Ham: Team news
Man City will be without Raheem Sterling due to a hamstring injury that could keep him out a few weeks.
Oleksandar Zinchenko is suspended after his red card at Tottenham but Benjamin Mendy and John Stones are fit again after missing recent games.
There is still uncertainty over the fitness of Aymeric Laporte, who returned from a long-term knee injury last month but has not been risked in the last three games.
Jarrod Bowen will be added to the West Ham squad following his deadline-day switch from Hull.
Felipe Anderson is back in training after a back injury and could also be involved.
Andriy Yarmonko is building up his fitness after a thigh problem and Jack Wilshere has had a hernia op.
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