Liverpool vs West Ham (Premier League, 31.01.2015)

Anfield Road host West Ham United to give Liverpool a chance to claim the 7th place in Premier League. The teams are separated by just one point, and while Liverpool have displayed an improved version of what they can actually show, West Ham are unbeaten in six matches, the last three being wins with six goals scored and only two conceded.

Liverpool are the favorites to win, seeing as they not only will have Sturridge back in the squad, but also Anfield behind them. The matches against Chelsea form the League Cup might have taken their toll, but they did have an unbeaten run of seven matches in all competitions. Another bonus point form them is also the fact that their defensive line is getting better with each match, do notice Chelsea’s forward line, and the fact that they were able to score from a penalty spot, but either than that Diego Costa was not efficient in front of the goal.
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West Ham have Carroll and Downing with a point to prove at Anfield and with not as many absences as the players who took part in the Africa Cup of Nations and Collins and Demel who are under doubt, they will look forward to repeat another 3-1 from last year. However, at Anfield West Ham do not have a very good track record with three defeats and a draw in the last four matches. Their Premier League calendar is not one of the easiest either; with Man United and Southampton in the following rounds the visitors will be pumped to win this match.

The visitors are tipped to play a defensive football, and Liverpool have a hard time opening up spaces, and still Unibet gives them 1.66 odds to win, West Ham got 5.30 and a draw has 4.00 odds. It may very well end up being a low scoring match where individuality actions will decide the three points. Sturridge gas 2.15 odds to score, Balotelli and Lambert 2.40, Sterling 2.55 and Borini with Coutinho 3.60; for West Ham Carroll has 3.70 while Sakho has 3.80. We are going to bet 5 units on both teams to score in the second half with 3.25 odds from Unibet.

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