Welcome to West Ham vs Man City
Pep Guardiola takes his table-topping Man City side to the London Stadium today to face David Moyes’ West Ham, knowing that victory would leave them one win away from retaining their Premier League crown.
Three points clear of second-placed Liverpool with two games remaining, City have fate in their own hands knowing that two more victories would ensure that their rivals cannot catch them.
A point for West Ham would guarantee seventh place for David Moyes’ team but victory would take them above Man Utd in the table into sixth place.
After such a positive campaign in Europe, reaching the Europa League semi-finals, The Hammers will be keen to ensure that they qualify for Europe again next season.
West Ham’s Said Benrahma will be assessed ahead of the match, but Michail Antonio and Craig Dawson have both been passed fit for today’s game.
Angelo Agbonna remains on the sidelines due to a knee injury.
Man City have further problems in defence after Aymeric Laporte and Fernandinho went off injured in their last game against Wolves, both will face late fitness tests today.
Fellow defenders Kyle Walker and Ruben Dias have already been ruled out for the rest of the season.