West Ham have already sent Arsenal dream title message before Premier League decider vs Man City

David Moyes, Manager of West Ham United, embraces Mikel Arteta, Manager of Arsenal, prior to the Premier League match between West Ham United and Arsenal FC at London Stadium on February 11, 2024 in London, England.

Arsenal will be relying on West Ham to win the Premier League title at the expense of Manchester City. The Gunners are two points behind Pep Guardiola's side and thus need to beat Everton and hope the Hammers can take points off Man City in their clash at Etihad Stadium.

The priority for Mikel Arteta will of course be to win their game against Everton which they are in control of and hope for a favour from his former manager David Moyes. "No, I don’t think I need to do that," Arteta revealed when asked if he had spoken to Moyes ahead of the final day.

"But yeah, he’s been instrumental in my career. Not just as a footballer, but as a person as well. If he could help us to fulfil our dream and my personal dream to win the Premier League, that will be unbelievable and he’ll always be in my memory that’s for sure."

Unfortunately for Arsenal, between the months of February and May, Man City are absolutely relentless with this season being no different. Since the start of 2024, City have dropped just six points from a possible 51 while West Ham have not fared well on their travels recently.

Last weekend, West Ham picked up their first win from eight in all competitions with two away league defeats in that time seeing them concede 10 goals. However, Moyes' side have not been that bad away from home for the entire season as Arsenal will certainly know.

In late December, West Ham rocked up to Emirates Stadium and put in a superb performance which saw them win 2-0. Away to Tottenham, the reigning Europa Conference League champions also secured all three points and they were able to salvage a draw from behind against Liverpool at London Stadium just a few weeks ago.

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In the reverse clash with City, West Ham were in fact leading at half time through a James Ward-Prowse goal. However, Jeremy Doku, Bernardo Silva and Erling Haaland were all on target in the second 45 to snatch the victory. Despite that, it is proof that West Ham can at least get themselves into a position where stopping Man City from winning is entirely possible.