Manchester City will host Westham United at Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon in a closely contested Premier League fixture. Man City Manager Pep Guardiola has made 4 Big Changes in his official starting xi with Stones, Ake, Fernadinho, Zinchenko, Palmer & Mcatee starting in the bench as substitutes. Manchester City Goalkeeper Ederson will be starting covered by Cancelo, Laporte, Dias and Kyle Walker in the defence while the midfield will usher in Bernado Silva, Rodri and Captain Gundogan. Man City attack will usher in Maharez alongside Rahim Sterling and Gabriel Jesus as they target to score early goal & seal a clean sheet victory.
Westham United Manager David Moyes has rested Coufal, Diop, Noble, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Vlasic & Bowen as substitutes. Westham United Goalkeeper Fabianski will be starting covered by Cresswell, Zouma, Dawson and Johnson while the midfield will usher in Declan Rice, Soucek and Benrahma while the attack will comprise of Masuaku, Fornals and Antonio.
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