West Ham manager, Slaven Bilic, is dreading his run in with Manchester City because they’re much stronger than Arsenal and Liverpool, who he’s both beaten.

The hammers came to the Emirates on the opening day of the season and left with all three points, winning comfortably by 2-0.

A few weeks later, they went to Anfield and beat Liverpool 3-0 and although they currently only sit fifth in the Premier League table with nine points (just behind us, ironically), they’re quickly getting a reputation for being giant killers.

On Saturday, the Irons travel to the Etihad to face City and new manager Bilic has admitted that he expects them to put up far more of a fight than Arsenal and Liverpool.

“This is a bit different, with respect to Liverpool and Arsenal,” Bilic said.

“The way Manchester City played these five games is far superior. They have showed fewer weaknesses than Liverpool and Arsenal.

“We have to be solid, even more solid and together than Liverpool and Arsenal.”

The worst part is, he’s not even wrong! City have won all five of their matches this season and are sitting pretty at the top of the table probably wondering why we’re making it so easy for them.