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After success in last Sunday’s Carabao Cup final, it is now back to Premier League business for Liverpool and with the gap at the top once again standing at six points, Jurgen Klopp’s men certainly have work to do.
Work that comes in the shape of West Ham’s visit on Saturday and with the Hammers already managing to pick up a win over Liverpool this season, they will now look to do the double at Anfield.
With a first piece of major silverware collected, Liverpool are now on the hunt for more and with their hunt of Manchester City now picking up pace, they will not look to slow down this Saturday.
Which is bad news for West Ham and although they have not only beaten Liverpool once already this season but are also unbeaten in their last four league outings, their bubble will burst at the weekend.
While a look at the biggest betting sites suggests backing Liverpool to win to nil, is a move you should make and if like me, you think that will be the case, you can back this outcome at odds of 5/4 with bet365.
As before, all Liverpool can do is keep knocking on the door and if they keep winning matches in the Premier League, then eventually Manchester City will have to answer the call from their rivals.
While in seasons gone by, victory in the Carabao Cup has acted as a springboard for greater things in the final third of the season and with that momentum being afforded to Manchester City in the past, Liverpool will now hope that the same fortune is befitted to them.
Fortune that was certainly on show on Sunday, as they eventually edged past Chelsea at Wembley and although Kepa Arrizabalaga made the headlines for all the wrong reasons, the efforts of Liverpool’s players should not be understated either.
Because each of the 11 players who were on the field at the time, managed to slot their penalties home in the shootout with Chelsea and with them holding their nerve at Wembley, now they must hold their nerve in the title race.
With the Reds playing 24 hours before their nearest rivals, a win here would ask a big question of the current league leaders and especially as they will need to find the answer against Manchester United on Sunday. This could be a pivotal weekend in the Premier League.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of West Ham, there is only one concern for Jurgen Klopp to deal with and that is the continual absence of Roberto Firmino, as the Brazilian is still suffering from muscular problems.
After getting the better of Wolves on Sunday, West Ham have ignited their charge towards European football next season and perhaps more importantly, have derailed the attempt of one of their nearest rivals.
That win on Sunday was a slender one, but with Wolves acting as the opposition it was likely to be nothing else and with Tomas Soucek on hand to score the winner, it means the Hammers are now unbeaten in their last four league outings.
A run that has seen them pick up eight points from the 12 on offer and although they have played more Premier League matches compared to Arsenal in 6th, it is up to the Gunners to hunt them down.
With that said, the hunt is very much on and if results go against David Moyes’ men at the weekend, there is every chance that West Ham could find themselves switching places with Mikel Arteta’s men.
However, one should not discount West Ham from this weekend’s events and after already bullying Liverpool at the London Stadium, they will fancy their chances of making life difficult for them on Saturday.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Liverpool, the only absence that manager David Moyes will have to deal with, is that of Angelo Ogbonna and with the defender suffering a cruciate ligament rupture last November, he is set to miss the remainder of the season.
When it comes to the rivalry between these two clubs, it is all but one way traffic and although West Ham bloodied the nose of Liverpool earlier this season, the Merseyside men have managed much more dominance overall.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Liverpool have won on 78 occasions, West Ham 29 and there have been 37 draws
When it comes to the most revered grounds within English football, Anfield is arguably the most of all and although it may not be as big as some of the other grounds in the Premier League, their fanbase more than makes up for this on matchday.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When it comes to the Premier League outright odds, Liverpool currently find themselves second favourites and with Manchester City winning last weekend, their price in the market has lengthened just a little.
However, a win against West Ham on Saturday would certainly see those odds reeled back in and if they can clear the hurdle of David Moyes’ men, there will be an increased focus on Sunday’s Manchester derby.