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Hammers eye progress at Pep's expense
The FA Cup third round kicks off on Friday when Premier League pair West Ham and Man City clash at the London Stadium.
Traditionally one of the most eagerly-anticipated weekends of the season, the FA Cup third round usually throws up some shocks and, while a win for the Hammers over City will not register as a giant-killing, Slaven Bilic's men still enter the game as underdogs, on offer at n/a to win.

West Ham have not really enjoyed their move to the London Stadium yet but this could just be the game to get the new venue rocking and securing an impressive win over City may be the result they need to kick-start their stuttering season.

Bilic's men have won just four of their 10 Premier League games at home in the first half of the campaign, but will hope to welcome an under-strength City on Friday night in the hope of securing progress into round four at Pep Guardiola's expense.

The City boss was moody and tetchy following the 2-1 win over Burnley recently, refusing to answer journalists' questions after the win, and it's fair to say things have not exactly gone to plan for the Spaniard at the Etihad so far, with his side in third place in the league, sitting seven points behind leaders Chelsea (before their game against Spurs on Wednesday).

Pep is likely to make several changes for the Hammers Cup clash to further enhance the home side's claims of a victory, with plenty of his first-team regulars expected to be given the day off. Such is City's strength in depth that even a much-changed team will cause West Ham problems but, if Bilic keeps his changes to a minimum, the home side may just have the edge.

Nolito, Kelechi Iheanacho, Pablo Maffeo and Aleix García are set to be among the players handed starts by Guardiola, while the much-maligned Simone Zaza could get the chance to shine up front with youngster Ashley Fletcher for West Ham.

City are on offer to win at n/a but the Hammers look better value to come out on top, while a draw is available at n/a.

Recommended bet: West Ham win n/a.
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