West Ham vs Manchester City Watch Live Stream - Said Benrahma should make his West Ham debut this weekend but may have to settle for a place on the bench initially.
Manuel Lanzini scored a stunning equaliser against Tottenham last weekend but is unlikely to get a start here.
David Moyes is sweating on the fitness of star striker Michail Antonio after he suffered a slight hamstring injury last time out.
Fellow striker Sebastien Haller is also a doubt, potentially leaving West Ham short in attack on Saturday.
Ryan Fredericks was among the substitutes against Tottenham and will push to reclaim his spot at right-back here.
Issa Diop may have to settle for a place on the bench once again after Fabian Balbeuna inspired West Ham's comemback against Spurs.
Kevin De Bruyne and Aymeric Laporte returned to first-team training on Thursday but it's unclear whether either are ready for Saturday's game with West Ham.
Oleksandr Zinchenko was fit enough for a place on the bench against FC Porto in midweek, but now Manchester City have lost Fernandinho for at least a month.
Gabriel Jesus and Benjamin Mendy are still sidelined for the away side, but Nathan Ake should be available again this weekend.
Ferran Torres continues to make a good impact when called upon and will surely push for a start here.
Prediction West Ham vs Manchester City
Manchester City have had a good week with wins over Arsenal and FC Porto. Pep Guardiola's side are unbeaten on the road this season and head to the London Stadium as big favourites.
David Moyes has never beaten a Pep Guardiola side, losing six of his past seven meetings with the City boss. Ominously for West Ham, they have conceded at least four goals in each of their last five home matches against City. After shipping three in 16 minutes against Tottenham last weekend, you can't rule out another big City win here.
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