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West Ham United welcome Manchester City to Upton Park with Sam Allardyce looking to become the latest manager to overcome the Blues at home.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side have struggled away from the Etihad claiming just one point and losing two games and currently sit fifth in the table, three points off top spot.
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Cardiff and Aston Villa have already recorded wins over City and with West Ham United full of confidence following their 3-0 win over Tottenham at White Hart Lane last time Allardyce will be hoping for another upset.
“We’re looking forward to the Man City game now. They’ve faltered a little bit away from home and hopefully we can capitalise on that,” Allardyce said.
“They’ve also had a lot of players on international duty and we’ve got to think about that. We want to upset the odds on Saturday.
“Last time we had an international break we lost the game before. This time we won and it makes everyone’s life a bit easier.
“In terms of results they’ve been a bit Jekyll and Hyde. We have to be encouraged by their away results. Last year we drew 0-0 here against them and we have to hit top form with our top players as we did at Tottenham again.
“Nobody gave us a chance at Spurs, but we won 3-0 and that’s why the entertainment value in the Premier League is so high. It’s hard to predict what’s going to happen.”
The Hammers will head into the game without James Collins after the defender injured his hamstring in Wales’s draw with Belgium midweek while Ravel Morrison will hope to continue his fine goal scoring form after adding a brace on duty with the England U21 to his stunning effort against Spurs.
Andy Carroll is not yet to fit to return and it is expected that the former Liverpool striker will return to first team action in November.
City meanwhile after hoping to hand a debut to summer signing Martin Demichelis after the Argentine finally recovered from a knee injury sustained in training following his deadline move to Manchester.
The 32 year old featured for the development squad in their midweek game with Rochdale and came through the game unscathed.
Jack Rodwell also played in the game and is set to be included in the squad although it is unlikely that he will start.