After mauling Norwich 5-1 at Anfield, the latest Liverpool v West Ham odds suggest that punters and fans are predicting more of the same as William Hill announce a stand out price of 7/1 for the Reds to score another five against struggling West Ham this Saturday (KO 15:00GMT).
The Reds have already scored 5 or more goals in five separate Premier League games under Brendan Rodgers, and after demolishing Norwich on Wednesday it would be no surprise to see them Suarez and co heaping more misery on a struggling West Ham side, who were beaten by lowly Crystal Palace midweek.
LIVERPOOL V WEST HAM
WILLIAM HILL EXCLUSIVE!
Firm announces 7/1 Liverpool to score 5+
Latest Odds: Liverpool 3/10, draw 5/1, West Ham 11/1
Well known firm William Hill have announced they are offering free bets worth £25/€25 to all new customers this week, plus are offering a stand out price of 7/1 for Liverpool to score five or more goals!
There’s no doubt Liverpool will look to keep the pressure on the top three when they welcome West Ham United to Anfield on Saturday.
The Reds bounced back from their disappointing 3-1 defeat to Hull with a convincing 5-1 win over Norwich.
Despite the absence of striker Daniel Sturridge and manage Brendan Rodgers’ insistence that it was the responsibility of the team to share the goal scoring burden the star man was once again Luis Suarez.
The striker took his tally to the season to 13 with four goals in the thrashing of Norwich, setting a Premier League record in the process by becoming the first person to score three separate hat-tricks against the same team.
Suarez will hope to continue his impressive scoring form against the Hammers after breaking the 50 league goal barrier against the Canaries and has now scored more goals this season than the entire West Ham team (12).
All signs point to a Liverpool win. The club have won six of their seven homes games this season and have not lost at home to West Ham since 1963.
Rodgers is likely to once again stick with the same side although Jordan Henderson could drop to the bench with Lucas returning to the starting line-up.
The Reds will once again be without Sturridge while Iago Aspas will hope to be involved after coming in injury time against Norwich on his return from injury.
West Ham meanwhile will once again be without Andy Carroll. The former Liverpool striker misses out on a return to Anfield as he continues his rehabilitation from a double fracture in his foot.
The 24 year old has resumed training but is likely to be eased back into the fold despite the Hammers struggles in front of goal.
Sam Allardyce’s side lost away to Crystal Palace midweek and currently sit just one place and three points off the bottom three.
The club have won just one of their last 6 games although they have managed three clean sheets during that poor run.
One shining light this season for the Hammers has been the form of Ravel Morrison however the talented midfielder is set to miss Saturday’s clash due to suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season against Palace.