Liverpool take on West Ham this weekend in another exciting Gameday clash on talkSPORT.
Despite their mounting injury problems, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds beat Sheffield United last weekend and won in the Champions League in midweek.
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They lost Fabinho in their 2-0 win over Midtjylland and will need to dig deep again this Saturday.
They host a West Ham side who will be brimming with confidence having claimed back-to-back draws against Tottenham and Manchester City.
The Hammers have been impressive recently and may fancy their chances against a depleted Liverpool side.
talkSPORT will be on Merseyside to bring you all the action exclusively live.
Liverpool v West Ham: How to listen
This match will get under way at 5:30pm on Saturday, October 31.
Full coverage from Anfield will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 5pm.
Faye Carruthers will be your host before commentary from Sam Matterface and Trevor Sinclair.
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Liverpool v West Ham: Confirmed XIs
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Liverpool v West Ham: Match stats and facts
- Liverpool are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games against West Ham (W6 D2), since losing both meetings with the Hammers in the 2015-16 campaign.
- West Ham have won just one of their last 47 away league games against Liverpool (D12 L34), winning 3-0 in August 2015.
- West Ham have lost 21 of their 24 Premier League away games against reigning champions (W1 D2), with their only victory coming in December 2001 against Manchester United at Old Trafford (1-0).
- Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 62 Premier League home games (W51 D11), winning 28 of their last 29 at Anfield. If they avoid defeat here, it will equal the Reds’ longest ever unbeaten home run in their league history (63 between February 1978-December 1980).
- Liverpool have received more red cards on Halloween than any other side in the Premier League (3) – Jason McAteer v Leicester City in 1998, Jamie Carragher and Philipp Degen v Fulham in 2009.
- Having lost their opening two Premier League games this season, West Ham are now unbeaten in their last four (W2 D2), with that four-game unbeaten run coming against sides who finished in the top seven places last season.
- Both Sadio Mané (5 goals, 3 assists) and Mohamed Salah (6 goals, 2 assists) have been involved in eight goals in six Premier League appearances for Liverpool against West Ham, with Mané finding the net in each of his last four against the Hammers.
- West Ham boss David Moyes has never won in 15 previous Premier League away games against Liverpool (D6 L9) – only Moyes himself (17 v Arsenal) has overseen more away games against a side without victory in the competition.
- Diogo Jota has scored in both of his Premier League games for Liverpool at Anfield – the last player to score in each of their first three at home for the Reds in the competition was Luis García in October 2004.