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Man City v West Ham: Citizens crisis set to continue with bore draw against Hammers

15 Apr | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Man City v West Ham: Citizens crisis set to continue with bore draw against Hammers

Both sides have fallen away after impressive starts to the season, and find themselves in the bottom half of the form table in the last 6 games.

Both sides have fallen away after impressive starts to the season, and find themselves in the bottom half of the form table in the last 6 games. With morale low in both camps, expect a cagey affair between  two teams who can’t afford to keep dropping points

 

1) Man City have lost won just four of their last 12 games, and lost five times in that run.

2) However, their opponents haven’t been in the best of form either – the Hammers have only won one of their last 10 games, losing five times in the process. With both sides in a poor run of form, a deadlock could be on the cards here, priced at  5/1

3) After going five games without scoring a Premier League goal, Sergio Aguero netted a brace against Man Utd last Sunday to put him back to the top of the scoring charts, alongside Harry Kane and Diego Costa – all with 19 goals. The Argentina is  5/2 to open the scoring in this fixture.

4) The Citizens have conceded 67% of their goals at the Etihad in the second half, whilst West Ham have scored the majority of their goals this season after the break. It is  19/20 that the second 45 minutes will have the most goals.

5) Pellegrini’s men have also gone into halftime with a 0-0 scoreline on five occasions at home. A repeat of that scoreline at halftime in this fixture is 11/4

6) ) Allardyce’s men have not scored more than two goals in a game since the middle of February, when they drew 2-2 with Spurs. Having drawn 1-1 in five games already this season, it’s worth backing a repeat of that scoreline here at 10/1

7) Both sides have mean defences – Man City have conceded on average 1.06 goals per game this season, whilst the Hammers have conceded 1.25 per game – both below the league average. Under 2.5 goals in this fixture is priced at  8/5

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