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Liverpool were left seething at Atletico Madrid’s tactics in their midweek defeat at the Wanda Metropolitano, and have vowed to make the atmosphere at Anfield for the return leg even more menacing. However, it’s safe to say their home won’t be rocking quite as hard for this Monday night clash.
The Reds have all but won the league and it would take a monumentally disastrous string of results to prevent that from happening.
They remain unbeaten though and will want to keep that streak going against lowly West Ham, who are now winless in their last seven across all competitions (D2-L5), including an embarrassing home defeat to Championship West Brom in the FA Cup.
With that said, they haven’t had the easiest run of fixtures, playing each of the top three as well as in-form Everton and Sheffield United, though that’s not really going to help them here.
Despite their poor run, Moyes’ men have managed to keep games quite tight. They’ve now seen a maximum of two goals in six of their last eight games across all competitions, with the exceptions coming away to Leicester and when letting a 3-1 lead slip hosting Brighton in their last home game.
Liverpool have seen the same in six of their last seven at home, winning 1-0 or 2-0 three times apiece in that time as they’ve failed to really put teams to bed.
West Ham +2.25 Handicap
Jurgen Klopp’s men have been exceptional at the back of late, keeping seven clean sheets on the bounce at Anfield when including FA Cup clashes against Everton and Shrewsbury Town, though defeat midweek seems to have them slightly rattled.
Jarrod Bowen is likely to come into the attack having made his debut as an 80th minute substitute against Man City, and with Michail Antonio an ever present danger, it’s not inconceivable that the Hammers might find the net at some point over the 90, though we see nothing to suggest they can be the side to topple the league leaders.
While the multibet doesn’t offer up anywhere near the kind of value we’d hope for this clash, the handicap looks to be the way to go.
The London side have only lost two of their last 25 matches in the league by more than two goals, and with Liverpool only netting three once in their last eight, we’re happy to get behind the Hammers.
West Ham +2.25 Handicap At 4/5
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