West Ham vs Liverpool
Liverpool are set to travel to West Ham on Wednesday, for a Premier League clash.
You can check out 101’s betting tips for the tie here.
The game was supposed to be played earlier in the season, but Liverpool had Club World Cup commitments.
Yet despite playing a game less than the majority of the Premier League, the Reds still boast a commanding 16-point lead atop the English top-flight.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are also undefeated in the league this term, emerging victorious from 22 of their previous 23 PL ties.
But whilst Liverpool look on course for a record-breaking season, West Ham are languishing at the wrong end of the table.
The Hammers are currently 17th in the PL, only above the relegation zone due to goal difference.
West Ham could move up to 15th, should they pick up a win on Wednesday, but given the two sides’ contrasting form, anything other than a Liverpool victory does seem extremely unlikely.
Moyes on Snodgrass & Fabianski
David Moyes would hold his pre-Liverpool press conference on Tuesday.
During the presser, the West Ham boss provided updates on two of his players.
The Scotsman confirmed that Lukasz Fabianski is very close to a return, and could feature vs the European champions.
Moyes also stated that Robert Snodgrass has had a bit of a ligament injury, but they’re hopeful that the midfielder will be okay, as well:
“We’ve got a few injuries that we’ve had – we’ve still got one or two people out. Good news: Fabianski’s very close and could feature. I’m going to make that call tomorrow – he’s trained the last two or three days so it’d be good to get him back.
“Snodgrass has trained today. He has had a bit of a ligament injury and we’re hoping he’s going to be okay as well.” As quoted by West Ham’s official website.