Manchester City are hoping to make it five wins in as many Premier League games this season in their trip to West Ham.
Both sides are unbeaten, with the hosts only dropping two points in their opening day draw with Bournemouth. Meanwhile, City are yet to slip up despite the short-term absence of Pep Guardiola, who had a period of rest following back surgery last month.
He is back on the touchline but has several injury problems to balance. Mateo Kovacic missed both of Croatia’s matches during the international break and will not travel to London.
Meanwhile, Kevin De Bruyne is still absent with English duo John Stones and Jack Grealish also nursing problems. The latter pair missed Three Lions duty, unlike Phil Foden and Kyle Walker.
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Both had superb international breaks, especially Walker, who scored his first England goal against Ukraine. City fans have unsurprisingly selected him to start in a back four in front of Ederson in goal.
Supporters have chosen Josko Gvardiol to partner Ruben Dias in central defence with Nathan Ake at left-back. There were fears over the Dutchman's fitness after being subbed off as a precaution against Greece with the Netherlands.
However, he completed the full game against the Republic of Ireland to quell concern. There has been a running debate on whether Foden should have been played in midfield by Gareth Southgate, despite scoring against Scotland while on the right wing.
Central midfield is the player’s favourite position and fans wish to see him start in the middle three amid the absences of De Bruyne and Kovacic. They have selected Rodri as the anchor wth Bernardo Silva completing theRead on manchestereveningnews.co.uk