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West Ham vs Liverpool Betting: The Reds To Go 19 Clear?

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West Ham vs Liverpool Betting

Below you will find all West Ham vs Liverpool betting information. Postponed since Liverpool’s adventure at the FIFA Club World Cup in December Liverpool will travel to London for their clash with West Ham on Wednesday. You will be able to compare the best odds on West Ham vs Liverpool and secure higher returns if your bets are successful. Make sure you also read our free betting tips and analysis on West Ham vs Liverpool written by our top football betting experts. Also, you will find all the best offers on this Premier League match selected for you below.

Liverpool have so far been a game behind its opponents but with Wednesday’s game, they’ll go even in games with the likes of Manchester City and Leicester – and have chance to go 19 points clear of Pep Guardiola’s men. Liverpool took a hard-fought win during last week’s Premier League fixture against Wolverhampton and it was down to a late winner from Bobby Firmino to seal the victory at Molineux.

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Tough Test For Liverpool Last Week

Wolverhampton gave Liverpool a tough battle and Nuno’s men looked for a long time as a team that could end Liverpool’s aim for an invincible season.

Jordan Henderson’s 1-0 was equalised by Raul Jimenez before Firmino won it late into the last five minutes of the game. The win a Molineux means that Liverpool kept their 16 points-distance down to Manchester City and a win in London on Wednesday would mean that Liverpool goes into game week 25 on Saturday with a 19 points lead down to their rivals.

For West Ham, it’s been a tough season and the swap from Pellegrini to David Moyes is yet to give the team the boost it hoped for.

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Hammers Struggles In The Bottom

Hammers sits at 17 in the table but only on goal difference ahead of Bournemouth and Watford behind them, with all three teams on 23 points. And a big loss to Liverpool could see them wake up at 19’th on Thursday morning.

Both teams were in action during the weekend in the FA Cup and it wasn’t very impressive from none of them. West Ham lost at home to West Bromwich and saw their chances of a cup-run ended in front of their home fans, while Liverpool came with their reserves to Shrewsbury and had to settle with a 2-2 draw.

Liverpool were up 2-0 and looked in control but a penalty saw Shrewsbury coming one back before they found the equaliser a quarter from the whistle.

With the replay to be settled at Anfield during the winter break that was introduced by the Premier League this season, Klopp has made it clear he won’t field any regular first team-players in that game and that also sends a clear message that nothing but the Premier League trophy is what the German has his eyes set on at this moment.

Wednesday will be a fantastic chance for Liverpool to go on knock with their rivals and it’s hard to see how Manchester City will be able to have any faith in a different scenario than Liverpool being crowned winners if they go in to the weekend with a 19 points gap.

Liverpool looks to be forced to play without Sadio Mané, who linked off at Molineux after about 30 minutes. Takumi Minamino replaced that time but it’s probably more likely that cult hero Divock Origi gets the nod if Mané won’t be able to start in London.

Salah Looking For A Goal

Mohamed Salah was desperately looking for a goal at Molineux but the Egyptian king couldn’t get the ball behind Rui Patricio. And he is probably hoping to be the man that shoots three points to Liverpool on Wednesday instead. We back Mo Salah as an Anytime Goalscorer at 21/20.

After a seven game run of clean sheets and with Richarlison the man to last beat Liverpool for a goal in early December before Raul Jimenez outlined the scoring to 1-1 last Thursday, The Reds will be looking to close the store again on Wednesday in London.

Alisson Becker has looked tremendous over the last few months and with Virgil van Dijk as rock solid as always and Joe Gomez finding his best form, Liverpool should be able to close down West Ham on the Olympic Stadium.

Hammers has to cope without Felipe Anderson and they have struggled with attacking return over the season.

Our First Verdict: Mo Salah To Score Anytime

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Liverpool To Find A Clean Sheet Again

Led by Virgil van Dijk and with a likely comeback to Fabinho in midfield Liverpool will be well balanced to keep control of West Ham and we think that Liverpool find their way back to another clean sheet against Moyes’s men. Liverpool To Win To Nil is backed at 11/8.

The FA Cup disappointment was only a little bump in the road during a fantastic season for the mentality monsters and Mighty Reds. Jürgen Klopp’s men have looked unstoppable in the league and West Ham won’t have a chance against them.

Our Second Verdict: Liverpool To Win To Nil

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West Ham Blessed With Fixtures Coming Up Quickly?

Hammers should probably just be happy that Liverpool play again on Saturday, at home to Southampton, and might slow down on their attacking display as soon as the game looks won.

West Ham did manage to grab a point in the fixture last season but that will only count for revenge and extra attitude for the visiting Reds. Roberto Firmino looks to have found his form, Mo Salah is always a deadly threat and Trent Alexander-Arnold with his 10 assists already is another one who will possess opportunities for Liverpool to cruise on to another win.

Best Team Form First Minute

Having rotated and rested every player who played against Wolves during the FA Cup weekend Liverpool will field their best team and West Ham won’t be able to cope against that. With Southampton coming to Anfield already on Saturday that could mean that Liverpool goes down a gear though, as soon as the game is won.

With that in mind we back for Liverpool for a controlled and composed win. And we’re backing them to leave London with a 2-0 win which is backed at 13/2. Liverpool won’t have any problem winning this and with a probable absence of Sadio Mané we back Mo Salah to lead the attacking line to the goals needed to win this.

Liverpool will control it from the start and we have confidence in our 2-0 bet on the Correct Score as well.

Our Third Verdict: 2-0 Liverpool Correct Score

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