Friday, 6 December 2013

Liverpool V West Ham live Stream Premier League – Preview 7th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 7th December 2013, One of the important match Liverpool V West Ham of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming Liverpool V West Ham streaming is available here Liverpool V West Ham Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Anfield 12/07/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Liverpool V West Ham Live Stream Liverpool V West Ham,Liverpool V West Ham online free, Liverpool V West Ham Live High Quality Streaming video.Liverpool V West Ham at Anfield Saturday 7th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT).Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has no new injury concerns following Wednesday's thrashing of Norwich City.Striker Daniel Sturridge will be sidelined until the new year with an ankle sprain.
West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison is banned for one match after accumulating five bookings this season.
Razvan Rat is likely to miss out with a hamstring injury, while Andy Carroll will not feature despite returning to training after a foot injury.
Us football commentators can become fascinated with stats but here's one of which my colleagues will be blissfully unaware - in the last five appearances on Match of the Day, my games have yielded a grand total of just five goals with the half-time cup of tea frequently one of the main highlights.
A couple of truly awful 0-0 results in that run have ensured very late slots on the programme with Gary Lineker and company stifling yawns.
So I make the trip to Anfield with a spring in my step and hopes high.
If I can use a Christmas analogy, and given the number of times I've heard Slade, Wizzard and The Pogues on the radio recently I think I can, then Luis Suarez promises to be my Santa Claus. His goals are to be my presents.
Here are some proper statistics for you. His four goals against Norwich on Wednesday marked his second hat-trick of the season and makes him the Premier League's top scorer with 13 to his name. Added to that, 10 of those have come in his four games at Anfield.
In his last 28 appearances for the club he's scored 29 times. And of course it's not just about quantity, what about the quality? The flying header against West Brom, his deadly accurate free-kick at Everton and then that audacious 40-yard half-volley over John Ruddy's head in midweek. All truly world-class strikes.
Charged with the task of trying to keep the Uruguayan quiet are West Ham, whose record at Anfield can only be described as pitiful. They have just three wins in 55 visits, their last coming when The Beatles topped the charts and Sam Allardyce was in short trousers kicking a tennis ball around in the playground at a primary school in Dudley.
Now lose that image quickly and return to 2013. The Hammers boss has seen his side lose three of their last four games, only last Saturday's much-needed 3-0 victory over fellow strugglers Fulham enough to keep them out of the relegation zone.
Tuesday night's defeat by Crystal Palace was a major blow. Already struggling for goals, suspension rules out top scorer Ravel Morrison from this one, Andy Carroll is still injured and even the normally reliable Kevin Nolan hasn't netted since the opening day of the campaign.
Big Sam would surely settle for a repeat of the goalless draw they got on Merseyside last April and with my current run in the commentary box that's always a possibility - especially as I've just discovered that Suarez has never scored against West Ham! Aaaargh! Last on again?

It is 50 years since West Ham last beat Liverpool at Anfield, a 2-1 victory in September 1963.
The Hammers have won just three of 55 meetings away from home.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last nine meetings.

Liverpool have scored more league goals at home (18) than West Ham have in all 14 of their Premier League games.
Only Manchester City (40) have scored more goals than Liverpool (30) in the Premier League.
No team has been ahead at half-time more often than Liverpool (10) this season. Brendan Rodgers' side have not lost from that position.
Liverpool have scored five or more goals in a single top-flight game on five occasions under Rodgers.
Glen Johnson has scored in three of his last four Premier League appearances against his former club West Ham.
Luis Suarez has only failed to score against three of the current Premier League clubs - West Ham, Hull City and Cardiff City.

West Ham United
Only leaders Arsenal have conceded as few goals away from home as West Ham (five) in the top flight this season.
West Ham have kept a clean sheet in all three of their league wins so far in 2013-14, and only Everton have kept more (eight) than the Hammers' and Tottenham's seven in the Premier League.
However, Sam Allardyce's side have failed to score a goal in eight of the 14 games this season.
Three of the current West Ham squad have played for Liverpool: Andy Carroll, Joe Cole and Stewart Downing. 

Competition: Premier League   
Match: Liverpool V West Ham                                                                                   
Date: Saturday 7th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Anfield                                     
Live/Repeat: Live