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West Ham United will be looking to pick up their first home point of the season at home to Liverpool in Saturday’s evening kick-off.
West Ham twice came from a goal down to earn a 2-2 draw away to Hull City in their last Premier League fixture.
Enner Valencia scored a superb individual effort, his first goal for the club, to initially make it 1-1, before Mohamed Diame restored Hull’s lead against his former side.
A deflected Diafra Sakho effort made it 2-2, as West Ham remained unbeaten on the road this term.
Liverpool endured a difficult week, starting with an embarrassing 1-0 home defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League.
Gabriel Agbonlahor scored the game’s only goal, converting after Philippe Senderos had headed a corner goalwards.
Liverpool’s return to the Champions League started with a fortunate home win over PFC Ludogorets.
The Bulgarian’s had equalised in the first minute of added time, before Steven Gerrard scored an even later penalty to win the game.
Last season Gerrard scored twice as Liverpool recorded a 2-1 win away to West Ham United as their pursuit of the title gathered momentum.
Liverpool are unbeaten against West Ham since the Hammers returned to the Premier League in 2012.
Sam Allardyce will be hoping to name a similar side to the one that drew at Hull City.
The loan signings of Carl Jenkinson and Alexandre Song look set to come in for their first starts, with Guy Demel and Mauro Zarate.
Valencia and Sakho will start again after the pair scored their first goals for West Ham in the Hull draw.
Raheem Sterling will return to the starting XI, having been used as a substitute in the Villa defeat.
Martin Skrtel is a doubt, whilst Daniel Sturridge isn’t expected to recover for at least another 10 days.
Brendan Rodgers may opt to rotate the squad slightly, which could see Lazar Markovic and Joe Allen come in.
West Ham (4-3-3): Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Song, Noble, Downing, Sakho, Valencia
Liverpool (4-2-3-1): Mignolet, Manquillo, Lovren, Sakho, Moreno, Henderson, Gerrard, Lallana, Sterling, Coutinho, Balotelli