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After 7 straight Anfield clean sheets, Liverpool enter their next fixture against West Ham on Matchday 27, as they look to seal a perfect home record this season. As favourites, they are confident to continue their streak here, having won 5 of the 6 previous H2Hs against West Ham. Considering the Hammers’ poor form this season, it is difficult to imagine West Ham preventing Jurgen Klopp’s men from winning their 26th league game of the campaign at Anfield.

With betting odds from bet365.com BettingPremier predicts that Liverpool has a 89.0% chance of winning their next game against West Ham. Learn more about betting odds and how to convert odds to probability at Odds Converter page.

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When is the next Liverpool game?

Event:  2019-20 English Premier League

Game:  Liverpool VS West Ham United

Date:  25th February, Tuesday

Location:  Anfield (Liverpool)

Liverpool Game Live Coverage

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Betting Tips

According to bet365, the betting odds of Liverpool VS West Ham match is fixed as:

Liverpool – 1.12

West Ham – 21.00

Draw – 9.00

In order to know the complete list of fixtures along with the odds, visit our page EPL weekly odds and outright odds.

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Match Facts

After 4 consecutive wins and a 14 game unbeaten streak, Liverpool were defeated 1-0 by Atletico Madrid in their Champions League fixture. Anyhow, they are still the best team of this Premier League campaign, as they have opened an amazing 22 point gap over their rivals. Having netted 61 goals while allowing 15, they will be an unstoppable force against the Hammers.

Meanwhile, the visitors are winless over 6 games, failing to score in 3 of those. Losing all 5 prior matches against the current top 3 teams, they are in for more punishment at Anfield.

Head to Head

Not just their last, the Reds have won 5 of the 6 previous H2H clashes against West Ham, scoring 19 goals, while conceding just 3. Despite their solid streak, Liverpool have managed to seal clean sheet victories often in the league and their last 3 games confirm that stat. Since they’ve been losing games, West Ham are under pressure to save themselves from the relegation zone. Unfortunately, the Hammers are not new for the Reds as their last defeat came just few weeks back.

One Horse Title Race

West Ham are in a disappointing form of late, over a 7 game winless streak, with 5 losses out of those 7 games. Sliding down too low in the table, with only 24 points they are 18th and are still clinging to the relegation zone. With survival taking the utmost priority of the visitors at the moment, they stand ahead of one of the league’s toughest hurdles as they travel to Anfield. Although Liverpool have lost their last game 1-0 in the Champions League against Atletico Madrid, they still are undefeated in the Premier League.

Unofficially the Reds are also the winners of this season, as they look forward to their European conquest. After streaking a legendary campaign, they will be playing once again at Anfield and possibly emerge as winners of the day. As for West Ham, devastation continues as they look for a breakthrough to relieve themselves from their bad luck.

Lineup Predictions

Livepool Lineup:

Goalkeeper: Alisson

Defenders: Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson

Midfielders: Wijnaldum, Fabinho, Keita;

Attackers: Salah, Firmino, Mane

West Ham Lineup:

Goalkeeper: Fabianski

Defenders: Zabaleta, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaku

Midfielders: Rice, Soucek, Noble

Attackers: Antonio, Haller

Game Prediction

Evidently, Liverpool have taken the odds to their side by displaying a top-class performance this season so far. Although their European outing didn’t seem to be fruitful, it isn’t over yet as they look to bounce back to their winning ways. With the 2nd leg scheduled at Anfield, this fixture will be a good warm-up for the hosts on Tuesday.

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