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City clash live on TV


Filed: Wednesday, 2nd August 2017
By: Staff Writer


West Ham's clash with Manchester City in Reykjavík this Friday is being broadcast live on TV, it has been confirmed.

The pre-season friendly takes place at the Laugardalsvollur Stadium in the Icelandic capital and kicks off at 3pm BST.

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Broadcaster Eurosport confirmed this morning that they will be showing the entire match live on Eurosport 1 and the Eurosport Player.

West Ham have managed just one win in pre-season so far - against Championship side Fulham - whilst Manchester City have beaten Real Madrid (4-1) and Tottenham (3-0), whilst losing 2-0 to bitter rivals Manchester Utd.





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