Having suffered a 4-1 defeat to Arsenal, which leaves the Hammers six points adrift the bottom three, they still have 12 points up for grabs to salvage their season.
The Citizens have celebrated their title victory by hammering Swansea City 5-0 last Sunday. Winning this game will see Guardiola’s men record the 30th top-flight victory this term. So, with regards to their supremacy, they have been chalked up as clear favourites at (1.35).
Seeing this game end all square, which only paid out once of their last 10 meetings, is available at a juicy (5.75).
In all of the last seven meetings between both sides, three or more goals has surfaced. So, it worths a fortune to back that outcome repeat itself at a price of (1.50).
Defensively, City struggle on the road, keeping only two clean sheets in their last six fixtures away from home and conceding four along the way against Liverpool in January. They enter into this tie against a team who have notched in seven of their last eight clashes on their patch.
Thus, a bet that backs goal action at both ends of the pitch seems profitable at odds of (1.85) with the betting firm.
Raheem Sterling has been one of the key figures to reckon with in the five-time title champions’ challenge for the trophy this period. He has been under fire recently, but with 18 league goals under his belt, the England international is tipped to find the net anytime at (2.35).
While the visitors have netted three or more goals in four of their last five showdowns with David Moyes’ men, and having found the back of the net 11 times in their last four top-tier division outings, punters can back them to put three or more goals past the hosts here at (2.05) with NairaBet.