West Ham vs. Liverpool Predictions and Predictions

Anfield is buzzing after a fantastic European win at Anfield and qualifying top of their group for the Champions League knockout stages with two games to spare. The Reds head to West Ham, who have been in good form of late.

The Hammers find themselves in a Champions League qualifying slot themselves at the moment, currently sitting in fourth place and looking impressive.

In contrast, Liverpool are unstoppably magnificent right now: they have not lost in 25 games across all competitions, and the last time they suffered a setback was on April 6th, when they were eliminated from the Champions League by Real Madrid in the quarter finals of last season’s championship.

The undefeated streak continued despite Liverpool’s deflated and ordinary second half showing in last week’s 2-2 draw at home to Brighton, which saw the Reds surrender a two goal lead.
Versus the Hammers, the Reds have won 31 Premier League games, which is more than they have against any other team in the league.
Atletico Madrid were defeated 2-0 by Liverpool in the Champions League on Tuesday. The Reds put on another stunning performance against Diego Simeone’s side in the competition. The goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane inside the first twenty minutes placed Los Colchoneros on the back foot, with Filipe’s dismissal serving as the last nail in the coffin.

Liverpool were able to cruise to win as a result of Felipe’s departure. The Reds just moved the ball from one side to the other in a casual manner, and Real Madrid never really threatened to ruin the triumph for the Merseyside mentality monsters.
The only blemish on the tie would be the hamstring injury suffered by Roberto Firmino, who has been reinvigorated and re-energized this season, acting as the conductor and connection in the attacking third. As he prepares to spend an extended period on the sidelines, his absence will be felt keenly.

“Bobby has suffered a significant hamstring injury, which is really terrible for the team. We don’t know how long he will be away, but it will not be immediately after the international break.” Firmino’s injury condition is being monitored by Jurgen Klopp.

West Ham and David Moyes are having a fantastic season, both in the Premier League and in Europe. A victory for West Ham would move them into fourth place in the Premier League, where they are currently two points behind Liverpool, who are in second place at the time of writing.

During his time at West Ham, former Everton manager David Moyes has been a true inspiration; he has done miracles with players such as Michail Antonio, Declan Rice, and Jarrod Bowen (to mention a few), and his club is very tough to break down and defeat.

Liverpool have loved their excursions to the capital in recent years, particularly against West Ham, against whom they have not suffered a Premier League loss since Slaven Bilic’s side defeated Jurgen Klopp’s side 2-0 at Upton Park in 2016.

While form is ignored in these chilly and crisp Autumnal games, history is not taken into consideration as two of England’s top four face head-to-head in the capital of the United Kingdom.

It is the penultimate match before the start of another round of international matches, and both teams have the opportunity to stop their domestic unbeaten streak by placing great pressure on the rest of the league’s high-flying clubs if they win three points on Sunday.

News Regarding the Liverpool Team
While Alisson Becker is chasing his 52nd Premier League clean sheet in just 110 games for Liverpool, the goalkeeper will have to be at his best once more to keep out the attacking prowess of a West Ham side that scored four goals in their last outing against Aston Villa. Alisson Becker has 52 clean sheets in just 110 games for Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp has not started the same center-back partnership in four straight games, with the massive Virgil van Dijk serving as the lone consistent starter in that position.

Ibrahima Konate, the player at Old Trafford who has kept more clean sheets than Raphael Varane this season, has started opposite the Dutchman in the club’s last two league games, while Joel Matip has appeared in the club’s Champions League and League Cup matches.

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