Injury woes for Moyes ahead of daunting Manchester City trip

Injury woes for Moyes ahead of daunting Manchester City trip

Scroll through the gallery above to see how Manchester City could line up ahead of their clash with West Ham.

"It does make the task more hard, because of the lack of experience and probably players who might be seen as some of our better players", Moyes told a news conference on Friday. I don't want to do that...

"And I think we're OK, I think we've got a good team".

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Pundits have been purring over City's form this season; unbeaten in the Premier League and having knocked seven past Stoke, six past Watford and five past Liverpool and Crystal Palace, results that have moved them eight points clear at the top of the table with only 14 games played.

West Ham will hand a late fitness test to defender Winston Reid.

Manchester City's winning run in the Premier League is now at 12 games - the only two teams to go on a longer winning run within a single Premier League season are Chelsea (13 in 2016-17) and Arsenal (13 in 2001-02).

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West Ham's fortunes have so far failed to improve since former Sunderland boss Moyes replaced the sacked Slaven Bilic early last month.

The concession agreement, which was released in 2015, states that the £2.5 million annual fee will be halved to £1.25m for any season that West Ham play in a division lower than the Premier League.

Moyes believes he has discovered some frailties in City, explaining: 'The style that means that they play very aggressive and they play high up the pitch and they can leave space in behind them. They've got weaknesses. Going forward though they've got people that can create and take chances.

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"But I think the coach (Guardiola) admits to his frailties and knows what the weaknesses are but tries to make it so hard for the opposition to get to their weaknesses".

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