West Ham United v Manchester City live stream, Sunday 15 May, 14:00 BST
Manchester City will look to take a step closer to the Premier League title when they face West Ham on Sunday.
The pressure is on the champions in midweek. Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Tuesday saw the Reds level on points with City at the top of the table. Banana peel potential comes in the form of a trip to Molineux to take on a Wolves side who had denied Chelsea a win in their previous encounter.
In the end, City poked fun at the suggestion that they could face a tough night on Wednesday. Kevin De Bruyne was the star of the show with an incredible four-goal haul, but City were ahead of their hosts in all departments. A 5-1 win left them three points clear of the Reds, who will play in the FA Cup final this weekend. That means City have the opportunity to open up a six-point lead at the London Stadium.
West Ham isn’t on the beach just yet. Victory on Sunday would see them rise above Manchester United and into sixth place – the final Europa League qualifying spot. The Hammers made it to the semifinals in this season’s edition of the competition, and they will be keen to play again in Europe next season.
Aymeric Laporte was forced off in the game against Wolves, leaving City short of a centre-back this weekend. Neither Ruben Dias nor John Stones are expected to recover in time, while substitute defender Fernandinho is in doubt. Therefore Nathan Ake can play alongside Rodri at the heart of the back line. Kyle Walker is also out.
West Ham should do without Angelo Ogbonnna and Said Benrahma on Sunday, but Michail Antonio and Craig Dawson hope to be fit in time to feature.
Kick-off is on 14:00 WIB on Sunday 15 May, and this game is broadcast live by Sky Sports Main Events and Sky Sports Premier League. See below for international broadcast options.
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