West Ham United is going into today’s match against Liverpool with 2 wins in 8 matches record.

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West Ham United is facing Liverpool while on a poor run, they have won only 2 matches in 8 matches played. With a 2W- 2D – 4L record, the cub. is currently number 5 on the league table with 45 points and they’ll try to beat Liverpool.

Liverpool is having a great start to the season, they are number two on the league table with 60 points, with only 6 points behind Manchester City. A win today again West Ham will put them only 3 points behind Manchester City.

Liverpool can tie first on the Premier League table if they beat West Ham United and if Manchester City loses to Manchester United tomorrow.

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6 responses to “West Ham United is going into today’s match against Liverpool with 2 wins in 8 matches record.”

  1. […] West Ham are one of the only two teams to have defeated the Reds in all competitions this term, and the top-four-chasers put up a good fight in Saturday’s contest at Anfield. Liverpool scored through Mane’s 27th-minute goal and that ultimately displayed enough for the home side after West Ham lost too many big opportunities late on. […]

  2. […] gathered from The Times, for that reason, West Ham’s valuation has skyrocketed above 120 million pounds (144m […]

  3. […] At London Stadium, Aaron Cresswell curled a superb free-kick past England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford to open the opener for the hosts. […]

  4. […] the said date, Everton traveled to London to take on West Ham United. Unfortunately for the Merseyside club, it ended in a 2-1 defeat which has further pushed them […]

  5. […] for West Ham United, the hosts of the tie managed to record 28 percent of the ball possession. The Premier League side […]

  6. […] West Ham has a chance to close the gap on the teams around them with games against Chelsea and Arsenal still to play. They need to win the remaining five games, which they should be able to do, and then their fate will be determined by how they perform against Tottenham and Arsenal in particular. […]

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