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Liverpool Ready Live Game Counter Weight West Ham

Liverpool Ready Live Game Counter Weight West Ham

Liverpool Ready Live Game Counter Weight West Ham

Liverpool – Liverpool continued desire apiknya pace in the Premier League will face a big challenge this weekend. ‘The Red’ will entertain West Ham United are so far appear solid.

Liverpool are unbeaten in its last six league matches. In that period, they won four times and balanced twice.

This rate will seek to be maintained for the sake of foster children Brendan Rodgers started up the standings. Currently Merseyside children are still stuck on the stairs eight to grades 35, within five points of Manchester United in the fourth position which is the boundary zone of the Champions League.

However, this weekend is not an easy game already waiting Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday (01/31/2015) night. West Ham this season perform relatively well, even still one rank above Liverpool.

In 22 weeks, protege Sam Allardyce only lost six times and 10 times the win. Already last six games they do not lose all competitions, won three wins and three draws.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits West Ham played well so far. He did not deny that this weekend is going to be a tight game.

“I think West Ham have worked very good. I think Sam would believe that he still has all chances to get into the top four,” he said on the club’s official website.

“Sam is a very experienced manager. He has become a leading figure in the game for a long time. He understands the game very well and he will understand that his team has been doing fantastic this season,” he continued.

“So this will be a hard game for us. There is no doubt about that,” the Northern Irishman’s manager.

In the first meeting this season, Liverpool have admitted West Ham victory by a score of 1-3 is quite striking. At that time West Ham goals scored by Winston Reid, Diafra Sakho, and Morgan Amalfitano, being the only goal in Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling inscribed.