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City date confirmed


Filed: Thursday, 12th April 2018
By: Staff Writer


West Ham will play Manchester City on Sunday, 29 April as originally scheduled.

Had the Citizens beaten Liverpool in this week's Champions League quarter final the Olympic Stadium clash would have been moved to an alternative date.

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However with Pep Guardoila's side falling out of the competition, having been thrashed 5-1 on aggregate, their trip to east London is back on for later this month.

Tickets for the City game and West Ham's other three remaining fixtures in Stratford this season - against Stoke, Man Utd and Everton - are available from the club's website, with on general sale or to Claret Members.


West Ham Utd: remaining 2017/18 fixtures

16 April: Stoke City (h)
22 April: Arsenal (a)
29 April: Manchester City (h)

5 May: Leicester City (a)
10 May: Manchester Utd (h)
13 May: Everton (h)





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