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It’s clear that Liverpool suffered a potentially devastating first leg defeat at Atletico Madrid last week to put their Champions League defence into doubt
And the Reds come into this game having dropped just two points all season, holding a monumental 22 point lead over Manchester City
and knowing it would take an utter catastrophe for this year’s Premier League title to end up anywhere other than Anfield.
Things are even more impressive at Anfield, where they have won 20 matches in a row and haven’t lost since a shock defeat to Crystal Palace back in 2017.
Unsurprisingly, West Ham aren’t being given much of a chance here. The expensively assembled Hammers are on a six match unbeaten streak
and find themselves 18th in the table, a point adrift of Aston Villa on the edge of the safe zone.
They may have splashed the cash in recent years, but West Ham have been utterly dreadful at times.
They have lost 14 of their 26 league games this season, and away from home they have avoided defeat in just two of their last nine League outings.
Things are unlikely to get much better in the near future. They have away games against Liverpool
Arsenal and Spurs coming up before the end of March and hostings of Wolves and Chelsea still to play, so relegation is looking as real possibility at the moment.
Their problems, for the most part, lie in their toothless attack. They have failed to score in five of their last nine league away days
Now, they’re coming up against a Liverpool side that have proven to be ruthlessly efficient over the last few months.
The host have kept a clean sheet in 10 of their last 11 League outings, and they haven’t conceded a league goal at Anfield since the start of December.
To make matters worse for West Ham, they have failed to score in 31 of their last 46 away league games against Liverpool
They have netted exactly two goals in six of their last 10 home games in the league and three of their last five at Anfield have ended 2-0
Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp’s men have won their last 17 league games on the trot, and they’re undefeated in league competition since their first match of last year