4-3-3: Man City’s Best Lineup To Win Their Fourth Straight Premier League Title If They Beat West Ham

4-3-3: Man City's Best Lineup To Win Their Fourth Straight Premier League Title If They Beat West Ham

The Premier League table is comfortably topped by Manchester City after their convincing 2-0 victory over Tottenham on Tuesday. This is their fifth consecutive season at the top of the standings. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

They only need to win one more game to secure the coveted championship. But all of this depends on how Arsenal plays against Everton; if Arsenal struggles, Pep Guardiola’s team will win the Premier League for the record-breaking fourth time in a row, no matter how their own game turns out.

The Etihad Stadium has been a fortress for the Cityzens, evidenced by their triumphant run in their last three home league games, where they’ve netted an impressive 14 goals in total. Adding to their confidence is their impeccable record against West Ham, having emerged victorious in their last seven head-to-head encounters at home. Despite these promising statistics, Guardiola remains cautious, drawing parallels to the intense pressure faced by tennis players serving for a win at Wimbledon.

As West Ham supporters gear up to bid farewell to manager David Moyes for the second time, they can take solace in the team’s secure ninth-place finish following a convincing 3-1 victory over Luton. Moyes, departing once again, boasts a commendable record against many teams, including a higher number of wins against Fulham than against Manchester City. With memories of their impressive 2-0 win against Arsenal earlier in the season, West Ham’s fans can hold onto hope for a memorable finale, despite the odds.

While West Ham has demonstrated their ability to upset top-tier teams, exemplified by their victory against Arsenal, their away record mirrors their home performance this season. However, facing Manchester City at the Etihad presents a daunting challenge, especially considering Moyes’ winless streak against Guardiola’s side in league meetings. Hence, while optimism runs high among West Ham faithful, they remain grounded in the face of historical statistics and formidable opponents.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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