The West Ham vs Manchester City Premier League clash tomorrow should be an absolute belter.

Manchester City are currently sitting top of the Premier League table, having taken maximum points so far, two points and three places ahead of unbeaten West Ham United.

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Hammers boss David Moyes will be hoping that his team can pull off a miracle result against the steam train that is Man City.

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And Pep Guardiola allegedly could be without four key players for tomorrow’s game – John Stones, Kevin De Bruyne, Mateo Kovacic and Jack Grealish.

The West Ham fans could be forgiven for thinking that means we have a good chance of winning tomorrow. However, the four players who will likely replace those potentially absent Man City starts really are world-class in their own right…

West Ham vs Manchester City injury update

If those four players mentioned above do miss out, their likely replacements will be:

Joško Gvardiol, Phil Foden, Matheus Nunes and Jeremy Doku. Wow!

West Ham vs Manchester City injury update
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The strength in depth that Man City have really is frightening isn’t it. It’s very much a case of one world-class player out and another world-class player in.

The bottom line for the Hammers is that every single player Moyes selects will have to be on their very best form, if we are to have any chance whatsoever of taking something from the game.

The West Ham vs Manchester City clash will undoubtedly be an exciting game to watch, and we should be in a much stronger position to get something from them than we were last season.

That said, Man City are still the best team in world football and the quality they have in reserve makes it so hard to compete with them. Who knows though, if the West Ham players are on top form, we could still cause a shock tomorrow.


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