Manchester City is 9-0-1 against West Ham United since August of 2016, and they'll have a chance to extend that success on Sunday. They are meeting up for their first leg of the season at 9 a.m. ET at Etihad Stadium. Man City has a defense that allows only 0.5 goals per game, so West Ham's offense will have their work cut out for them.
Man City got themselves on the board against Everton on Sunday, but Everton never followed suit. Man City enjoyed a cozy 3-0 win over Everton.
Meanwhile, it was all tied up nothing to nothing at halftime, but the Irons were not quite Wolverhampton's equal in the second half when they met on Saturday. West Ham fell a goal short of Wolverhampton, losing 1-0.
Manchester City's victory lifted them to 8-2-2 (second place with 26 points) while West Ham United's loss dropped them down to 7-3-2 (fourth place with 23 points). We'll see if Man City can repeat their recent success or if West Ham bounces back and reverse their fortune.
How To Watch
Who: Manchester City vs. West Ham United
When: Sunday at 9 a.m. ET
Where: Etihad Stadium
Live stream: Peacock
Caesars Sportsbook odds: Manchester City -345, Draw +475, West Ham +900
Manchester City vs. West Ham United
Manchester City won nine meetings and tied one meeting in their last ten contests with West Ham United.
Feb 27, 2021 - Manchester City 2 vs. West Ham United 1
Oct 24, 2020 - Manchester City 1 vs. West Ham United 1
Feb 19, 2020 - Manchester City 2 vs. West Ham United 0
Aug 10, 2019 - Manchester City 5 vs. West Ham United 0
Feb 27, 2019 - Manchester City 1 vs. West Ham United 0
Nov 24, 2018 - Manchester City 4 vs. West Ham United 0
Apr 29, 2018 - Manchester City 4 vs. West Ham United 1
Dec 03, 2017 - Manchester City 2 vs. West Ham United 1
Feb 01, 2017 - Manchester City 4 vs. West Ham United 0
Aug 28, 2016 - Manchester City 3 vs. West Ham United 1
Soccer on TV: How to watch, live stream weekend's top games, including MLS playoffs, Real Madrid and more
MLS playoffs are heating up while Juventus also seek a bounce-back victory as they host Atalanta
By Chuck Booth
Nov 26, 2021 at 2:33 pm ET
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The festive period is beginning this week with multiple matches per week happening through the end of the year. The most wonderful time of the year for soccer viewership where you can watch soccer while spending time with avoiding your families. This week is highlighted by Juventus hosting Atalanta but also has some great fixtures around the world as MLS Cup playoffs are in full swing and Chelsea hosts Michael Carrick and Manchester United.
5. Philadelphia Union vs. Nashville SC
Date: Sunday, Nov. 28 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV -- Try for free
Caesars Sportsbook Odds: Philadelphia Union +110; Draw +220; Nashville SC +280
Why watch: Two of the best teams in the Eastern Conference are facing off with a chance at making the conference finals. In their last matchup, Nashville didn't have MVP finalist Hany Mukhtar who hit Orlando City for a brace last weekend and that will make things tough on the Union. They may not have Jamiro Montiero which could see 18-year-old Paxten Aaronson start another playoff game. With Walker Zimmerman facing the Union homegrowns, this is a good match to watch the present and future of the United States men's national team square off.
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4. Liverpool vs. Southampton
Date: Saturday, Nov. 27 | Time: 10 a.m. ET
TV: USA | Live stream: fuboTV -- Try for free
Caesars Sportsbook Odds: Liverpool -345; Draw +460; Southampton +950
Why watch: Mohamed Salah makes any match a must-watch affair. Southampton looks to take their strong form to a Liverpool side that has to win every match possible to keep up their title challenge. Southampton's turnaround has largely been due to shoring up the defense as the Saints have only allowed four goals in their last five matches after a 3-1 defeat versus Chelsea. But containing the Premier League top scorers will be a tall task especially after losing to Norwich City last weekend.
3. Juventus vs. Atalanta
Date: Saturday, Nov. 27 | Time: 12 p.m. ET
Live stream: Paramount+
Caesars Sportsbook Odds: Juventus +114; Draw +240; Atalanta +245
Why watch: Juventus is fresh off of their worst Champions League defeat ever in a 4-0 loss to Chelsea. Atalanta also suffered a surprise result in their 3-3 draw with Young Boys midweek. Both teams need this Serie A victory while chasing Champions League soccer for next year. Atalanta is currently four points ahead of Juventus for fourth place in the league so this is a perfect place to make up ground. While Juventus has struggled to score, there may be space in this game if they can catch Atalanta on the attack.
2. Real Madrid vs. Sevilla
Date: Sunday, Nov. 28 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Live stream: ESPN+
Caesars Sportsbook Odds: Real Madrid -154; Draw +300; Sevilla +400
Why watch: First and third in La Liga square off. WIth a Sevilla victory and a loss or draw by Real Sociedad, Sevilla could go top of the league with a victory. Real Madrid will bring the firepower of Karim Benzema and Vinicus Junior against the second-best defense in the league in terms of goals allowed. With both teams also unbeaten in their last five, this should be a great match.
1. Palmeiras vs. Flamengo
Date: Saturday, Nov. 27 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
TV: beIN Sports | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Caesars Sportsbook Odds (outright): Flamengo -137; Palmeiras +100
Why Watch: With a ticket to the Club World Cup on the line Flamengo will aim for their second Copa Libertadores final in a row. The current second and third-placed teams in Brazil will enter the match trending in opposite directions. Palmeiras have one win in their last five while Flamengo has four wins and one draw in theirs. Flamengo should be the favorite if they're healthy but in a one-off match between teams that know each other well anything can happen.