Only a point separates Liverpool and West Ham as they prepare to meet at Anfield. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
"Liverpool have only won three of their last 10 home Barclays Premier League matches (W3 D5 L2)."
Liverpool have only won three of their last 10 home Barclays Premier League matches (W3 D5 L2). The draw is 4.1.
West Ham United have not won away in the league at Anfield since 1963, losing 30 and drawing 11 of their subsequent 41 trips since. A Liverpool win is 5/71.71.
The Hammers have scored just seven goals in their last 29 league visits to Anfield, failing to score on 23 occasions. The goal they netted last season was a Skrtel own goal. Liverpool are 7/42.72 to keep a clean sheet.`
Glen Johnson has scored three goals and has one assist in his last six Premier League appearances against his former club. Johnson is likely to be priced at 12/113.0 to score.
The Hammers' victory over the Reds earlier this season was only their third in the last 23 Premier League meetings (W3 D4 L16). West Ham are 9/25.6 to win.
West Ham United have scored more headed goals than any other team in the top division (14). Andy Carroll should be priced at around 11/43.75 to score against his old club.
36 points after 22 matches is West Ham's best ever points haul in the Premier League era. They are 6/17.0 to finish in the top six.
Sam Allardyce's team have been very efficient just after half-time, scoring more goals (10) in the 15 minutes after the break than any other side in the division. The Liverpool half-time/draw full-time double result is 17/118.0.
Raheem Sterling now has as many Premier League assists as he managed last season (5). Sterling is 7/42.7 to score himself.
Morgan Amalfitano has scored three goals from just four shots on target in the Premier League this season. He is likely to be priced at around 8/19.0 to find the net again.