Manchester City look to consolidate a top four place in the UEFA Champions League when they host West Brom on Tuesday night, May 16th (May 17th in IST).
Manchester City Vs West Brom English Premier League May 16th 2017 Details
Manchester City have won their last ten matches against West Brom and haven’t lost in the Premier League since 2008. West Brom have averaged three yellow cards per away game this term, whilst Manchester City have averaged two cards per home matches. Manchester City have received fewer cards than their visitors in 100% of their last four home games, and West Brom have picked up more cards than their hosts in three of their last five games against the top seven.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||16.05.2017 15:00 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||16.05.2017 20:00 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||17.05.2017 0:30 IST|
TV Channels, Telecast Online
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|UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Manchester, NOW TV UK, SKY GO Extra, Sky Go UK, Sky Sports 1/HD UK|
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Manchester City Vs West Brom Live Online Commentary
Pep Guardiola’s team increased their chances of top four finish hugely on Saturday as they win Leicester 2–1 at home turf after a controversially disallowed penalty for the Foxes. This leaves them with a home match against West Brom and a road game against Watford, and if they win both of them they will be guaranteed a top four place. The victory against Leicester made it six matches unbeaten in the Premier League for City. In all honesty the Champions League spot should have been wrapped up for them long ago, but multiple mistakes against smaller sides have dragged the saga on. At home Pep Guardiola hasn’t lost a league game since the start of December though, winning seven of the following 11 fixtures.
Meanwhile, the Baggies have enjoyed a largely successful campaign, but that has been spoiled by a very poor ending to the season. They lost 1–0 at home to newly crowned champions Chelsea on Friday evening and now they are winless in 7 matches. This leaves Tony Pulis’ team still in a decent 8th position. They have only 45 points to their name, which is the number of points 13th placed Watford earned last season. On the road the Baggies are without a victory in seven matches as well, and whilst they have drawn four of these only their 0–0 draw at Manchester United can be considered a particularly good result. Their losses include a 4–0 demolishing at Spurs, a 3–0 loss at Everton, and a 2–0 defeat to Watford. They have only scored in one of their last seven league matches as well.