West Ham vs Man City predictions and football betting tips for the FA Cup tie on Friday 6th January including the best odds, team news and head to head stats for tonight's FA Cup tie.
This game gives West Ham the chance to bounce back from two straight league defeats including a 2-0 defeat to Man United in a game which the referee practically ruined. Manchester City bounced back from the New Year’s Eve defeat as they beat Burnley 2-1 at home even though they were down to 10 men.
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The bookies have the home side as the outsiders in this game, they should go strong here as this competition offers the only real bit of hope for any silverware, they will not want to hit three consecutive defeats either. City are still fighting for that top spot in the league although they would love to add as many trophies as possible, I do feel a weaker than normal performance here which the home side may benefit from. So my first West Ham vs Man City prediction is for West Ham or Draw at 5/4 with bet365.
West Ham’s last four FA Cup ties have involved both teams to score and more impressively when playing at home in this competition they have found the net on the previous 11 occasions. City do boast a record just as good when you look at goal scoring, away from home in this cup they have scored in the last 12 games. BTTS and over 2.5 goals at 19/20 with Coral and my second FA Cup betting tip.
Aguero didn’t start the last game but did make an appearance as a sub in which he managed to score the winner for his side. This may be because of his poor performance against Liverpool but he seems to back up to the job and looks likely to get back in to the starting line-up. Nolito may get the nod ahead of him, I would check out who starts before placing this anytime goalscorer betting tip for West Ham vs Man City.
If Aguero starts – Aguero anytime 8/11 with Ladbrokes.
If Nolito starts – Nolito anytime 9/4 with Betfred.
This fixture has not been dominated by either side of the last couple of years, Man City did win the last game 3-1 but before that the result was a draw then a win for West Ham. It’s a fixture that has the potential for any team to win and it should make great viewing for us fans.
Feghouli’s red card was rescinded so he is now eligible for Bilic to pick and Oxford may be back from his ankle injury; apart from that The Hammers injury list remains unchanged. Manchester City themselves have no new injury news but will be without Fernandinho as a third red card in six games means he will be out for the next four fixtures.
The home side are priced the biggest in this game and if you are looking for those odds then you are best heading over to Bet365 who are offering the best odds at a massive 9/2. The draw is similarly priced and is quite high and you are best sticking with the same bookings for the best price as they are currently offering odds of 31/10. Finally, the away side here are the favourites and I’m sure many of us expected that, once again stick with the same book maker who are offering odds of 4/6 for the win.
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