This is unsurprisingly a fixture Liverpool have dominated over the last few years, defeating West Ham the last five times they have ventured to Anfield.
The hosts lost away to the Hammers last season, however, and David Moyes’ side are in good form with seven points from three matches and a stellar performance against Southampton on Sunday.
Liverpool are still in the midst of a brutal injury crisis, with Diogo Jota now ruled out until after the World Cup and Ibrahima Konate set to be sidelined for another 10 days.
West Ham do not have as many selection concerns, with Craig Dawson potentially available after being taken off against Anderlecht.
Both Teams To Score: Yes
After struggling in the final third earlier in the season, West Ham have found their attacking groove, finding the net six times in three Premier League matches.
Liverpool might have kept a clean sheet against Manchester City, but they still allowed a fair few chances.
Both teams have scored in six of Liverpool’s nine Premier League matches, including three of five at Anfield.
Anytime Goalscorer: Jarrod Bowen
Jarrod Bowen posted a double-double in the Premier League in 2021-22, but hasn’t started at quite the same pace. Bowen, though, has still registered 2.8 expected goals plus assists thus far, and was a threat at the weekend.
With Liverpool pushing high up the pitch and leaving a lot of space in behind, Bowen’s pace is going to be a key outlet for West Ham.
Whether Trent Alexander-Arnold returns or James Milner continues at right-back, Bowen is going to have goal scoring opportunities on Wednesday night.
Total Cards: Under 2.5
Cards have been rare when Liverpool have faced non-top-six opponents.
West Ham have received a lone card in each of their last four Premier League matches, and these two teams both rank in the top four for fewest cards received this term.
Neither side commits many fouls nor even makes many tackles. This is a good price for two or fewer cards.
All odds are subject to change