FT: West Ham 1-1 Man City. Phenomenal defensive effort from the home side to make it four unbeaten, and they remain above City in the table. Foden made the difference for City in the second half, but the youngster could not inspire his side to get the three points. Thanks for joining us. Goodbye.
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SAVE! Right at the last, Fabianski gets a hand to a poked Mahrez effort at goal, onto the post, to salvage that draw for his side!
- Yellow cardFabián BalbuenaWest Ham United
Balbuena catches Dias and earns him a yellow card.
Three minutes of added time here.
City throwing everything at this and the errors are starting to creep in from the hosts.
BIG SAVE! De Bruyne threads it through for Sterling, who looks odds on to score, but Fabianski races from his line to block at the feet of Sterling. Big chance.
CHANCE! Fornals just breaks the offside trap, races clear of Gundogan, Ederson comes well off his line to meet Fornals, who tries to chip the Brazilian, but gets it all wrong and Ederson gathers with ease.
A few long balls into the City box cause problems but the home side don't have the bodies forward.
SAVE! A thunderous strike from De Bruyne from a free-kick, but Fabianski gets everything behind it.
CLOSE! Lovely change of pace from Cancelo, who remains the biggest threat, he crosses, Balbuena sticks out a leg and just, just gets it the ball past the post.
West Ham have everyone behind the ball, There's no space at all for City to pick the pass.
City, for all their creative talent, are still not really looking like finding that winner.
Foden very much in the thick of it but he cannot pick a way through.
He's not been at it for a while.
- OffBernardo SilvaManchester City
- OnKevin De BruyneManchester City
Here comes De Bruyne in place of Bernardo Silva. Sebastien Haller is on for West Ham too, as Bowen makes way.
OVER! Yarmolenko cuts onto his right foot, has space to shoot, but fires over the top.
Without Antonio as the target, the Hammers don't really have that outlet up front.
Cancelo cuts onto his left, but curls well wide. De Bruyne about to come on.
Walker has a fierce strike from distance, but that is straight at Fabianski.
He has changed the game here.
Bowen does well to get into position to cross, but Rodri makes a good block.
Foden has made such a difference here. The Hammers just cannot pick him up.
Great ball from Gundogan over the top, but Cancelo cannot control. City on top here.
There was a hint of good fortune with the control...
- OffMichail AntonioWest Ham United
- OnAndriy YarmolenkoWest Ham United
Double blow for the Hammers as an injured Antonio is replaced by Andriy Yarmolenko.
Fine play from Cancelo again to get to the byline, he pulls it back for Foden, who controls, swivels and drills into the net. Game on!
- GoalPhil FodenManchester City
GGGOOOOOAAAALLLLL!!! West Ham 1-1 Man City. There is the impact from the substitute Foden as he levels.
- Yellow cardVladimír CoufalWest Ham United
First yellow card of the game for Coufal for a late tackle on Cancelo.
City have started this half with real purpose, and already look more of a threat.
Foden involved right sway as he gets to the byline, but his cross is easily blocked.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! We are back under way here, with Phil Fodon on for City in place of Aguero. Perhaps and injury for the veteran hitman.
Changes are surely afoot.
- End of 1st Half
HT: West Ham 1-0 Man City. Antonio's superb goal gives the Hammers a deserved lead here. City have seen plenty of the ball, but done nothing with it.
One minute of added time at the end of the first half.
Soucek has a go from the edge of the box, but Garcia makes a fine block.
As impotent as City have been, the hosts have been excellent as a defensive unit.
Another cross from Cancelo is easily gathered by Fabianski.
For all their possession, City have created next to nothing here.
Good cross from Cresswell into the middle, Antonio darts towards the front post but Kyle Walker clears it behind for a corner.
City starting to show signs of frustration as Eric Garcia shoots from a long way out. Always heading well wide.
The tactics of these two sides are very different indeed. West Ham are going long, every time, while City are adopting their usual possession-based approach. Only one has been effective so far....
Gundogan very fortunate indeed to escape a yellow card for pulling back Declan Rice.
He is on fire!
Great cross from Joao Cancelo to the back post, Mahrez guides it back across on the stretch, but Lukasz Fabianski gathers.
Antonio races through, looks to be in, but a combination of Ederson and Garcia deal with it.
City struggling to get back into this here. West Ham look comfortable in their lead.
City looked shellshocked here. Guardiola is crouched down, with his head in his hands on the touchline.
May well have been disallowed last season for a handball from Tomas Soucek.
Out of nowhere, Vladimir Coufal clips a cross into the middle, Antonio holds off Dias, before hooking the ball over his head into the net. What a start from the Hammers! Antonio is unstoppable this season!
- GoalMichail AntonioWest Ham United
GGGGOOOOOOAAALLLLL!!! West Ham 1-0 Man City. Michail Antonio with a overhead kick!!!
All City right now, who look in fine fettle. They bloody love it here!
Wonderful cross into the middle from Gundogan, the unfamiliar sight of Ruben Dias takes it down on his chest, looks set to pull the trigger, but is dispossessed at the last.
Ilkay Gundogan arrives right on cue on the edge of the box but slices his effort well wide.
The Hammers are pressing a little bit more now, but City look solid.
Jarrod Bowen drives down the right to at least peg City back. Eric Garcia deals with him well.
City coming time and again at the Hammers. Riyad Mahrez clips a fine cross into the middle, but it evades everyone.
Sergio Aguero does well to get to the byline, but his low cross is easily cut out.
City, as you'd expect, with all the possession early on here.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! We are up and running at London Stadium.
So here we go! The teams are in the tunnel. West Ham will fancy their chances this afternoon, given their current form, but City's record on this ground is one to be feared! Could go either way!
City in the house.
GULP. West Ham have shipped at least four goals in each of their last four home league matches against Man City – only one other team has ever done this in the history of the Football League since 1888, with Man City conceding 4+ goals in four home games in a row against Wolves between 1957 and 1960.
Eurosport expert Paul Parker is predicting a shock this afternoon....
HEAD TO HEAD: West Ham have lost their last nine matches against Manchester City in all competitions, only enduring a longer losing run against Arsenal (a run of 10 between 2010 and 2015) in their entire history. City have won each of their five away matches in all competitions at London Stadium against West Ham by an aggregate score of 22-1, scoring at least four times in all five matches. City scored 22 goals in their last 20 matches against the Hammers at Upton Park.
DE BRUYNE ON BENCH, BOTH UNCHANGED: A rare sight in this day and age - both teams are unchanged for their last outings against Tottenham and Porto respectively. The headline news is that Kevin De Bruyne is fit enough to take his place on the bench for City. Still no sign of Hammers newboy Said Benrahma, though.
TEAM NEWS - WEST HAM: Fabianski, Cresswell, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Masuaku, Rice, Soucek, Coufal, Fornals, Bowen, Antonio... Subs: Randolph, Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Noble, Haller, Diop, Fredericks. /// MAN CITY: Ederson, Walker, Dias, Garcia, Cancelo, Gundogan, Rodrigo, Silva, Sterling, Aguero, Mahrez... Subs: Steffen, Stones, Zinchenko, De Bruyne, Torres, Foden, Palmer.
The teams are in...
Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of Manchester City’s trip to West Ham. Pep Guardiola’s side have started to get back on track with two vital wins in the last seven day but they’re still some way off hitting top gear. West Ham, on the other hand, have exceeded expectations to date, and will still be on a high from last weekend’s incredible comeback at Tottenham.