The reigning Premier League champions will resume their season with an away game against West Ham on Saturday, September 16th.

West Ham have made a very impressive start to the season, as David Moyes's side come into their upcoming match against Manchester City unbeaten in their first four matches (one draw, three wins). It is their best start in over 24 years, but that record will come under serious threat as they prepare to host the reigning Premier League champions.

Indeed, not only have West Ham conceded at least two goals in all but one of their last eight meetings against Manchester City, but also they have failed to win their last 15 meetings against the Manchester giants. It does not read for promising reading for a team who have also struggled to keep clean sheets, with at least one goal conceded in their last seven games across all comps.

Meanwhile, Manchester City are the only side to have earned maximum points from their first four games, which puts Pep Guardiola's men already two points ahead of the chasing pack. It's set to be a very hectic time for the Cityzens, who not only are seeking to defend their domestic crowns but also their European title. Next week will see Manchester City begin their Champions League title defense by taking on Serbian outfit Red Star Belgrade, and while they are the expected favorites to win that game, Guardiola will still need to manage his squad carefully in order to avoid more injuries during a very congested fixture list.

City have not lost their last eight trips to West Ham's home ground, and although the Hammers are having a very strong start to the season, it is hard to see the visiting side losing some of that early momentum that has helped to propel them to the top of the table.

Team news: West Ham vs Manchester City

West Ham: Vladimir Coufal is a slight doubt for this game after picking up an injury while on international duty.

Manchester City: Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish, John Stones, and Mateo Kovacic are all out due to various injuries.

Match facts: West Ham vs Manchester City

  • West Ham have failed to win their last 15 meetings with Manchester City (D3 L12)
  • The Hammers have also conceded at least two goals in seven of their last eight games against City

Broadcast info: West Ham vs Manchester City

How can I watch West Ham vs Manchester City live?

USA: Fans in the USA have a wide range of options to follow this game, which kicks off at 10 AM EST (7 AM PST). The match will be shown on TV on USA Network, while fans can live-stream it on, NBC Sports App, Sling TV, or fuboTV. If following it via radio is your thing, then SiriusXM FC will be your choice.

Spanish-speaking fans can choose from UNIVERSO, UNIVERSO NOW, and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo.

UK: If you are in the UK and not able to make it to the London Stadium to watch this game live, you can still follow along with all the action via BBC Radio.

Canada: Fans in Canada can live-stream this game via fuboTV Canada.

Australia: Optus Sport will be showing this game for fans based in Australia.

Live elsewhere? Here is how you can watch West Ham vs Manchester City live from wherever you are based:


Match details, result and original broadcast info

West Ham United 1 - 3 Manchester City

September 16, 2023 10:00amLondon Stadium (London)

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Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

USA Network
NBC Sports App
Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
SiriusXM FC