The word winning culture has almost gained a new meaning when looking at Manchester City and what the billion building is harvesting for success right now. 40 points, out of 42 possible, in the Premier League – 13 wins, a cross and zero defeated – and a clean fit in the Champions League.
In total; Now Manchester City has become the world stage they tried to become since the economic doping when the oil money came in? It’s raging about them, a fierce winning culture has grown, and, as it seems, the Premier League joggas seems home …
Darker is the other side of the plane. This year’s biggest disappointment, West Ham United, takes place with the morale and shape down at the absolute bottom. The club, which attracted interest during the transfer window, including Javier Hernández and Marko Arnautovic in, is the third last in the table with only ten pins recorded on 14 matches.
The warning signals have been sounding for a long time now and after the 1-4 loss against Liverpool, Slaven Bilic left the train station – and in came David Moyes. Has it gotten better? Non! A stick on his three matches at the helm is the fence and last they fell 0-4 against a Everton who is also in a difficult crisis.
West Ham has the capacity to hurt City
Maybe we may eat – and it’s worth the risk – but we do not see West Ham as completely out of order, at least to get the goal of the goal. This despite a horrible form, injury problems on the offensive positions and a superb Manchester City host of the match.
When Andy Carroll, possibly, “Chicharito” is out, much talks about Diafra Sakho gaining confidence in top – what would be his first start this year. Clearly, it can not be seen as positive, but maybe there is a little new blood needed?
In addition, West Ham now returns to Marko Arnautovic, who at his best moments is a fantastic football player. Worth seeing.
Manchester City definitely sees the chance to profit from West Ham’s unpleasant form; are expected to step forward to insert the dagger gun, and it can open for a destiny, the thought is.
The week that has been has not been the best, if we look gaming, for Manchester City – 2-1 wins over both Huddersfield and Southampton. Against the latter, you received the crucial ball in the absolute closing, sixth stop time. Anyway; some goal chances were released in these matches and a goal in both sides.
Even if City were to win big, we could not but play with the idea that West Ham should be seen with a good chance of embracing the goal record.
Our Prediction:Both teams to score / YES / @ 2.14