Manchester City will be hoping to keep their run of victories going when they travel to face West Ham United on Saturday afternoon.
It's been an inconsistent start to the season for City, not helped by a series of injuries to key players and a disruptive pre-season, but they have managed to record two victories in succession since the international break.
The hard fought 1-0 win against Arsenal at the weekend was followed up by a winning start to their Champions League campaign on Wednesday, as the Blues beat Porto 3-1.
City have an immaculate record at the London Stadium, having scored at least four times on each of their five visits there, but West Ham go into the game in decent form, unbeaten in their last three in the league and no doubt buoyed by their comeback at Tottenham last weekend.
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City were dealt yet another blow on Wednesday as Fernandinho became the latest player to join the injury list. Pep Guardiola initially said he expected the Brazilian to be out for as long as six weeks but the prognosis isn't actually as bad as first feared.
Benjamin Mendy and Gabriel Jesus are definitely out, while Kevin De Bruyne, Aymeric Laporte and Nathan Ake are doubts, despite De Bruyne and Laporte having returned to training on Thursday after missing the wins over Arsenal and Porto.