Liverpool are the last team in the Premier League with an unbeaten record, winning six and drawing four of their opening 10 matches, but as things stand that is only enough for second. The Reds are three points behind Chelsea, a gap that was extended from one last weekend when Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw at home against Brighton, seeing a 2-0 lead slip. But Liverpool bounced back from that in emphatic fashion, beating Atletico Madrid 2-0 to secure their spot in the last-16 of the Champions League. They will also not be too disheartened by the draw with Brighton last weekend, knowing they have been unbeatable across all competitions so far.
But West Ham will look to provide a tough opposition, riding the wave of their impressive start to the season. David Moyes has the Hammers playing at an exceptional level and they are just two points behind Liverpool, occupying the final spot in the Premier League’s top four. The success hasn’t been restricted to the Premier League either, with West Ham securing their spot in the knockout stages of the Europa League on Thursday, now needing just one point to seal the last-16. West Ham go into this game unbeaten in six across all competitions, a run which has included a 1-0 win over Tottenham and penalty shootout victory against Manchester City in the EFL Cup.
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There may not be many more in-form players in Europe right now than Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian has scored 10 goals in 10 Premier League matches so far this season and has been particularly prolific away from home, scoring in each of Liverpool’s first five Premier League matches on the road. Salah also has nine goals in eight Premier League appearances against West Ham, but he won’t be the only star looking to find the net. Michail Antonio has been directly involved in 17 goals in his last 22 Premier League games at the London Stadium for West Ham, scoring 11 and providing a further six assists.
With Salah firing, you can expect Liverpool to feast at the London Stadium, as they have grown accustomed to away from home. The Reds have scored at least three goals in each of their last six away league games and will be looking to become just the second team in the history of the Football League to achieve that feat in seven consecutive matches, with Birmingham City doing so between November 1892 and September 1893 in the second tier. In fact, across all competitions this season, Preston are the only home team to prevent Liverpool from scoring three goals, in nine attempts.
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West Ham vs Liverpool: Odds
West Ham vs Liverpool: Head to Head
31 January 2021 – West Ham 1-3 Liverpool – Premier League
31 October 2020 – Liverpool 2-1 West Ham – Premier League
24 February 2020 – Liverpool 3-2 West Ham – Premier League
29 January 2020 – West Ham 0-2 Liverpool – Premier League
4 February 2019 – West Ham 1-1 Liverpool – Premier League
Liverpool are loving playing West Ham right now, winning eight of the past 10 matches, all of which have come in the the Premier League. That run started with a 2-2 draw at Anfield in December 2016 which was also the final game of a five-match winless draw, with West Ham enjoying three victories.