LIVERPOOL travel to West Ham with Slaven Bilic still under immense pressure at the London Stadium.
While the Irons drew 1-1 to Crystal Palace in their last outing after Wilfried Zaha’s late equaliser – the Reds will look to get back to winning ways in the league after their embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Spurs.
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What are the best odds and tips for West Ham vs Liverpool?
- Andy Carroll to score anytime – 12/5
- Game to finish 2-2 – 11/1
HALLOWEEN may have passed by Liverpool are still just like Dracula: Scared of crosses – and that will be music to the ears of Andy Carroll. He may not start but there is great value in the striker to score anytime, 12/5 with Sun Bets. West Ham are missing five defenders for the game at the London Stadium so we expect this one to be a goal-fest. FORECAST: 2-2
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What time is kick-off?
THIS match at the London Stadium will be held on Saturday, November 4.
Kick-off is at 5.30pm.
Which channel can I watch it on?
YOU can watch this one live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 5pm.
Or stay with us on SunSport and follow our LIVE blog, which will have comprehensive updates from East London.
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What is the team news?
DIAFRA SAHKO could be back in contention for a start after a back injury and will be eager to add to his three goals this season.
James Collins could also return, but otherwise Bilic has a full strength squad to choose from – and could bring Andy Carroll in against a flimsy Liverpool back-line.
Klopp stuck by Dejan Lovren after his Spurs horror show and he helped keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield, before being forced out of the Maribor win with a groin strain.
Phillipe Coutinho will be monitored after an abdominal pronlem kept him out of action this week, whilst Sadio Mane, Adam Lallana and Nathaniel Clyne remain sidelined.
Andre Ayew misses an amazing double chance for West Ham against Liverpool
- None of the last 12 Premier League meetings between these sides at West Ham have ended as a draw – West Ham have won four and Liverpool eight since a 1-1 draw in December 2001.
- Liverpool’s only previous Premier League visit to the London Stadium was in May – they won 4-0 to record their biggest away league victory at West Ham since January 1976.
- Liverpool have lost three of their last six Premier League games against the Hammers (W2 D1) – as many as they’d lost in their previous 25.
- West Ham have conceded 10 goals in their last eight home Premier League games, despite keeping five clean sheets in that run – four of those goals were scored by Liverpool in their last visit to the London Stadium.
- Of the 18 sides to have played in both of the last two Premier League seasons, only Crystal Palace (24) and Swansea City (30) have won fewer points in home matches than West Ham United (31) over this period.
- Liverpool’s 15 goals conceded away from home this season is the most by a team in the Premier League – indeed, it’s the most the Reds have shipped after five away games of a season since 1953-54 (16), when they were relegated from the top-flight.
- All 41 of Javier Hernandez’s Premier League goals have been scored from inside the box; only Tim Cahill (56/56) has a higher 100% record in the competition.
- Philippe Coutinho has been involved in six goals in last five matches against West Ham in all competitions (three goals, three assists) and scored twice and assisted one in Liverpool’s 4-0 win in May.
- Daniel Sturridge has scored five goals in seven Premier League appearances against West Ham United, including the opening goal at the London Stadium in Liverpool’s 4-0 win over the Hammers last season.
- Joe Hart has conceded 29 goals in 17 Premier League games against Liverpool during his career; five more than he’s let in against any other side.
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