Liverpool will be aiming to make it five Premier League wins on the spin when they welcome West Ham United to Anfield on Sunday afternoon (14:00).

Both sides were in Europa League action in midweek as the Reds came from behind to beat LASK Linz, while the Hammers manage to secure a victory at home against Backa Topola.

Liverpool vs West Ham Prediction

  • Liverpool to win and both teams to score @ 6/4
  • Mohamed Salah to score anytime @ 9/10

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Trent Alexander-Arnold and Thiago Alcantara remain absent for the hosts, while Virgil van Dijk should return to the squad after serving his suspension for his straight red card at Newcastle.

As for West Ham, Edson Alvarez missed the victory in midweek, but the former Ajax man is expected to return to the first XI this weekend.

Michail Antonio will likely return to the starting lineup to replace Danny Ings up top, and Mohammed Kudus could be handed another start here after an impressive performance in midweek.

Liverpool to win and both teams to score (yes) @ 6/4

Barring Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Aston Villa earlier this month, both teams have found the back of the net in every one of the Reds’ and West Ham’s fixtures this term, so I’m expecting a few goals in this encounter.

It’s always difficult to side with anything other than a Liverpool win at Anfield but 4/11 is too short for me, so I’ve gone for a Reds victory as well as both teams to score.

West Ham are unbeaten away from home this season but their record at Anfield is poor, losing each of the last six tussles on Merseyside.

Mohamed Salah to score anytime @ 9/10

Perhaps an obvious choice this one, but the Egyptian forward has scored in each of his two outings at Anfield this season and he looks worthy of interest to extend that streak when taking on a vulnerable West Ham defence.

To go back even further, the former Roma man has scored or assisted in his last 11 home league matches.

Although Salah failed to find the net against Wolves, he got back into the groove of things on Thursday night against LASK Linz, scoring in the 88th minute to wrap up a comfortable win for the Reds.

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