Nairabet Preview: West Ham United – Liverpool: Back the Hammers to concede at home

The London outfit have struggled for form so far this season and will have a tough task ahead of them when they welcome the Reds

Liverpool will make their way to the British capital as they take on West Ham United at the London Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday evening.

Pressure is mounting on Hammers boss Slaven Bilic as his side find themselves in 11th place, one point from the drop zone after 10 games. West Ham need to raise their standards if they are to turn their season around. Nairabet still quotes them as underdogs at (5.25).

The Reds are getting back to life following a good run of results. A 3-0 win at home to Huddersfield Town and another 3-0 victory against Maribor in the Champions League will give Jurgen Klopp’s men the needed boost. They are favourites with the same firm at (1.65).

Daniel Sturridge Liverpool Huddersfield Town Premier League

West Ham held to a 2-2 draw by Crystal Palace and another stalemate in the British capital is available at (4.30).

The Hammers have conceded 10 goals in their last eight Premier League games at home. Having struggled defensively this term, they are (1.12) to concede on their turf.

Liverpool have equally been defensively poor, conceding 16 goals, 15 of which have come on the road. It’s expected that won’t also keep a clean sheet which is offered at odds of (1.50).

The result of this is that both teams will find the back of the net which is priced at (1.70).

West ham concede PS

The reverse fixture at this venue last season ended 4-0 in favour of Klopp’s charges. This game shouldn’t be devoid of goals so punters can delve into Nairabet’s over 2.5 goals market quoted at (1.65).

Daniel Sturridge has been on the fringes of Liverpool for a while but got his name on the score sheet against the Terriers and Maribor. The former Manchester City forward has scored five goals against West Ham and bookies tip him to score anytime at odds of (2.20).

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