|Kickoff: 12:30 AM (GMT +8)||Stadium: London Stadium|
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction (EPL) – West Ham United hope to continue their undefeated streak as they host league title favourites Liverpool for match week 11 in the Premier League. In their previous encounter, the Reds emphatically beat the Hammers 1-3 at London Stadium. What will happen in the upcoming matchup? Let’s take a look and read on for our winning tips below.
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction - Head to Head
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction - Current Form
West Ham have not lost for five matches now across all competition, but their most recent outing ended in a draw. The same goes for Liverpool, who are undefeated in their last five in all tournaments. Let’s take a look at their current season performance.
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction - Performance
|2||Avg Goals Scored||2.9|
|1.1||Avg Goals Conceded||0.8|
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction - Preview
West Ham United F.C.
West Ham United are currently in the top 4 of the Premier League. In their most recent league fixture, they soundly beat Aston Villa 1-4 at Birmingham. Ben Johnson’s low shot placed the visitors in the lead on 7 minutes, but Ollie Watkins was able to equalise at the 34th-minute mark. Three minutes later, however, Declan Rice’s long-range shot put the Hammers back in the lead. Ezri Konsa was then sent off early in the second half, and Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen saw off the 10-man Villan squad. A few days later, however, they failed to capture an outright win at the UEFA Europa League against Genk (2-2), with Tomas Soucek’s own goal in the eleventh hour cancelled out Said Benrahma’s brace. Manager David Moyes conceded that the Belgian club had the better start, and the team have to keep the momentum going as they come back home to face an in-form Reds side.
- Only reigning EPL champions Manchester City (80) and UCL titlists Chelsea (66) have earned more EPL points in 2021 than West Ham’s 62. This is already the most points the team have earned in one calendar year in the competition.
- Michail Antonio has been directly involved in 17 goals in his last 22 EPL matches at London Stadium for the Hammers (11 goals, six assists). He is the top scorer (19) and assister (12) at the stadium, and is one of 3 active players to be outright top for both goals and assists on a EPL ground, along with Jamie Vardy at King Power Stadium and Raul Jimenez at Molineux.
Liverpool are at second in the EPL table, behind current-leaders Chelsea by 3 points and leading West Ham by 2. They have yet to lose in the competition (W6 D4), surviving their last league match with Brighton and Hove Albion 2-2. Jordan Henderson turned in Mohamed Salah’s fourth minute pass for the early lead, and Sadio Mane struck in sub Alex Oxlade Chamberlain’s pass to push up the lead further. However, Enock Mwepu and Leandro Trossard successfully levelled the contest for the Seagulls, and the scoreline held up to the end. They, however, were able to maintain a similar lead in beating Atletico Madrid a few days later in the UEFA Champions League. Diogo Jota and Mane each found the back of the net in the first 21 minutes of the game, and Alisson kept a clean sheet against the Colchoneros. Manager Jurgen Klopp, whose side now qualified for the UCL knockout rounds, praised their “nearly perfect win”, despite losing Firmino for their upcoming clash with the Hammers. Could we see a similar display at London Stadium, nevertheless?
- Liverpool have scored at least three goals in each of their last six Premier League away matches, netting 22 goals in total. In the entire history of the Football League, only one team has ever scored three or more times in seven consecutive away league matches, with Birmingham City doing so between November 1892 and September 1893 in the second tier.
- Mohamed Salah has scored in each of Liverpool’s first five Premier League away matches this season, becoming only the second player to achieve that feat for a club after Thierry Henry did so for Arsenal in 2001/02. Henry failed to score in the Gunners’ sixth away match of the campaign.
West Ham - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions
No players are currently reported injured or suspended.
Liverpool - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions
|Roberto Firmino||Muscle injury||Mid November|
|Curtis Jones||Eye injury||Doubtful|
|Joe Gomez||Calf Injury||Late November|
|Naby Keita||Hamstring||Late November|
|James Milner||Hamstring||Late November|
|Harvey Elliot||Ankle injury||Early January|
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction - Final Thoughts
With both sides firing on all cylinders, this will be an interesting matchup. West Ham have the home advantage, in addition to an impressive performance in their last outings, including beating Manchester City on penalties in the EFL Cup. Liverpool’s undefeated season is going along swimmingly, but the Firmino and Keita injuries could slow them a bit. Nevertheless, we leave it up to Klopp’s tactical genius, along with the skillful playmaking of guys like Salah and Mane to make this affair a hard-fought win for the streaking Reds. Let’s take a look at our predictions.
West Ham v Liverpool Prediction
|Over: 3 Goals||Odds: 1.83|
Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing
For this Premier League West Ham v Liverpool Prediction to win, Liverpool need to win with a one-goal lead. If they draw the match, the bettor would lose all of the stakes. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be above 2.5 goals.
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