Pep Guardiola expects West Ham to give their all in Sunday’s pivotal Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium.

City welcome David Moyes’ side for the final day of the campaign knowing that three points will see us to a record fourth consecutive top-flight title.

We’re full of confidence having won our last eight matches in a row to leave us two points ahead of challengers Arsenal.

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West Ham are guaranteed to finish ninth and have little other than pride to play for.

However, it is the final game of Moyes’ time in charge of the club after four seasons – with many considering the Scot as one of the greatest managers in West Ham’s history.

Guardiola took this opportunity to praise his opposite number and warn against complacency this weekend.

“He won’t retire, he’ll be back. His age and experience is involved cause he can’t be at home, he will be back,” he started.

“First game v Sunderland and David Moyes was there. My first game in the Premier League. Important game, he will be there. It’s always an honour to see him. Lovely person.

“He will do everything to beat us. Happened against Villa and QPR. I’m ready to be at a tough game. They will be ready to beat us.”

Watch the open section of the press conference above...

City v West Ham app coverage

Our official app will provide dedicated coverage of the seismic fixture.

Minute-by-minute text updates of the game will begin in our Matchday Centre two hours before kick-off, shortly followed by our Matchday Live show which will begin around 15:00 (UK).


The show will welcome special guests Joleon Lescott, Nedum Onuoha and Steph Houghton.

They will provide City-centric insight before, during and after our final Premier League game of the 2023/24 season, as well as answering viewer questions throughout the broadcast.

With audience participation actively encouraged, get in touch via WhatsApp: +447537186538.

During the game you can listen to blow-by-blow live audio commentary from Alistair Mann and Michael Brown our text commentary continues.

For those who have push notifications turned on, you can be alerted to the key moments in the action, including goals, red cards and team news.

Short highlights will be published at 19:45 (UK) before extended, as well as a full-match replay [available with a CITY+ subscription] will be accessible from midnight.