Man City host struggling West Ham at the Etihad following the postponement last Sunday.
The Citizens have all but given up hope on the league title, with Liverpool flying ahead, but this match is a perfect opportunity for Pep to test ahead of the Real Madrid tie next week.
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With Man City chopping and changing up front, it’s very difficult to nail down who’s going to be starting in the front three. One thing for sure, Kevin De Bruyne is expected to start and given the Belgians attacking prowess and his willingness to get forward, I’m getting behind him to score anytime at 2.30.
West Ham have been incredibly leaky at the back this season, especially recently with nine goals conceded in their last three matches. This Man City team will be hunting for goals and given West Ham’s defensive frailties.
With City piling forward, I’m expecting them to be pressuring this West Ham defence for the full 90 minutes. The league’s highest corner takers average a massive 8.32 corners per match, their last home match they managed 14 corners and I’m expecting a very action-packed match this Wednesday.
West Ham’s average comes out at just over five corners taken per match and just shy of six conceded per match, factoring that in against Man City’s very impressive average, I think the price for over 10.5 holds a lot of value.
I think it’s almost obvious that Man City will score, I also think that the value can be had when opposing West Ham to score. They’ve really struggled in front of goal this season, especially on the road, where they’re averaging less than a goal a game (10 in 12).
With key creative spark Felipe Anderson expected to be missing still through injury, I really think they’ll struggle to pick apart this Man City defence and I’m more than happy getting against them in this one.