David Moyes has never won in 14 visits to Anfield as manager, losing seven and drawing seven.
The prospects of guiding West Ham to back-to-back league victories for the first time since December 2016 appear slim given the sensational form of Liverpool’s forwards, fresh from a warm-weather training trip to Marbella.
Mohamed Salah has scored 17 goals in his last 16 league appearances and in each of Liverpool’s past five games.
Daniel Sturridge was the last Liverpoolforward to score in six successive outings back in February 2014.
Roberto Firmino is enjoying his most prolific season in English football and Sadio Mané’s last outing brought a hat-trick against Porto. Reasons to be fearful for West Ham.
Last season Liverpool 2 West Ham 2
Referee Stuart Atwell
This season G11 Y41 R1 3.81 cards/game
Odds H 1-4 A 14-1 D 13-2
Subs from Mignolet, Milner, Gomez, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Matip, Klavan, Moreno, Solanke, Woodburn, Ings, Ward, Clyne
Doubtful Clyne (back)
Discipline Y35 R1
Leading scorer Salah 22
Subs from Hart, Trott, Rice, Fonte, Byram, Evra, Haksabanovic, Cullen, Quina, Hugill, Reid, Lanzini
Doubtful Lanzini (hamstring), Reid (ill)
Injured Carroll (foot, Apr), Obiang (knee, Jul), Fernandes (ankle, unknown)
Suspended Masuaku (fourth of six)