Man City vs West Ham – Premier League: Live score, lineups and updates

Manchester City vs West Ham LIVE: Third meets fourth at the Etihad Stadium as both sides try and keep pace with Chelsea and Liverpool at top of the Premier League

  • Third-placed Man City host fourth-placed West Ham at the Etihad Stadium 
  • Both sides will be hoping for three points to keep pace with the top two 
  • Latest Premier League news, including live action and results
  • Premier League table – as it stands

Two of the Premier League’s top four meet as Manchester City welcome West Ham to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Pep Guardiola’s team go into the contest three points ahead of the Hammers, who suffered a defeat at Wolves last weekend.

Both will be hoping for a positive outcome to maintain the pressure on Chelsea and Liverpool ahead of them in the Premier League table.  

Follow Sportsmail’s ADAM SHERGOLD for live Premier League coverage of Manchester City vs West Ham, including build-up, team news and updates.  

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Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez says it was only a matter of time before his international team-mate Said Benrahma became a success at West Ham.

The Algerian colleagues will be up against each other in a battle between two of the top four at The Etihad this afternoon.

Benrahma’s has become a regular in David Moyes’ team and already doubled last season’s tally of three goals.


Just in case you missed any of the scores from yesterday or aren’t quite sure what’s on today, here’s how the Premier League weekend maps out.

Arsenal 2 Newcastle United 0
Brighton and Hove Albion 0 Leeds United 0
Crystal Palace 1 Aston Villa 2
Liverpool 4 Southampton 0
Norwich City 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0

Brentford vs Everton (2pm)
Burnley vs Tottenham Hotspur (2pm)
Leicester City vs Watford (2pm)
Manchester City vs West Ham United (2pm)
Chelsea vs Manchester United (4.30pm)

It’s a packed Premier League afternoon with no fewer than FIVE matches, including four getting underway at 2pm.

The highlight of those early games must be the match we’ll be focusing on here – Manchester City against West Ham at the Etihad Stadium.

It’s a meeting of third and fourth in the Premier League table, with both looking to close the gap on leaders Chelsea and Liverpool in second.

Everyone expected City to be in the title mix, of course, but West Ham have pleasantly surprised many with their bright start to the season.

Today, however, they face arguably their sternest test of the season so far away to the defending champions.

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