The Reds won nine of their 10 match­es against the Lon­don­ers.

April 27 in the 35th round of the Eng­lish Pre­mier League West Ham will play with “Liv­er­pool”. The teams will meet at Lon­don Sta­di­um at 14.30 Moscow time. Eng­lish foot­ball is not shown in Rus­sia.

Eng­land. Pre­mier League. 35th round

April 27, 14:30. Lon­don Sta­di­um (Lon­don)

West Ham

2:2

Liv­er­pool

Bookmakers’ odds for the Premier League match West Ham — Liverpool on April 27, 2024

Win­line experts named it the favorite of Scousers. Odds for the suc­cess of Jur­gen Klop­p’s boys 1.51, which cor­re­sponds to 64% prob­a­bil­i­ty. Draw avail­able for 5.00 (19%), and the Ham­mers’ tri­umph is for 5.40 (17%).





Liv­er­pool have defeat­ed West Ham in five match­es in a row. Do you believe that David Moyes’ team will not yield this time? You can get the 1X option for 2.60.

Total over 3.5 goals offered for 1.99TM 3.5 — for 1.81.

Exchange of goals rat­ed at 1.47the option “both will score — no” goes for 2.55.

Experts from Win­line believe that the most like­ly score is 2:1 in favor of the Reds. There is a quote for this result 7.60.

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West Ham — Liverpool: forecast and analysis of the match of the 35th round of the Premier League on April 27, 2024

The Reds are enjoy­ing a ner­vous end to their final sea­son under Jur­gen Klopp. In their last six match­es in all tour­na­ments, they have won just two times and lost three times. In the last round, the Scousers lost to Ever­ton in the Liv­er­pool der­by (0:2). And before that, they failed twice at home — with Ata­lan­ta in the Europa League (0:3) and Crys­tal Palace in the Pre­mier League (0:1). Against Man­ches­ter Unit­ed they only man­aged a draw (2:2). Dur­ing this peri­od, Liv­er­pool only beat Ata­lan­ta in the return game (1:0) and Ful­ham (3:1).

In the Pre­mier League, the Merseysiders are still sec­ond and have lost three points to the lead­ing Arse­nal. But Man­ches­ter City is breath­ing down their backs: the Cit­i­zens are only one point behind Liv­er­pool, and four behind the Gun­ners. Pep Guardi­o­la’s team has two games in hand, so in terms of lost games it brings the Lon­don­ers two points and the Reds five. Many experts, includ­ing Liv­er­pudlian leg­end Jamie Car­ragher, admit the Scousers’ title race is effec­tive­ly over.

Jur­gen Klopp (Liv­er­pool).
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The Merseysiders left the FA Cup after los­ing to Man­ches­ter Unit­ed in the quar­ter-finals (3:4). Klop­p’s boys were also knocked out of the Europa League — this is the only major tro­phy that the Ger­man nev­er won in nine years at the Eng­lish club. But in Jurgen’s last sea­son the Liv­er­pool team were not left with­out any awards at all and took the League Cup.

The team’s top scor­er is Mohamed Salah. The Egypt­ian scored 24+13 in all tour­na­ments. Dar­win Nunez has 18+13. Dio­go Jota (15+4) and Cody Gakpo (14+5) share third place in goals and assists.

West Ham are win­less in four match­es in a row in all com­pe­ti­tions. Three of them end­ed in defeats with a total score of 2:9. And in 11 recent meet­ings, David Moyes’ team has won only twice.

The Lon­don­ers are in eighth place in the Eng­lish Cham­pi­onship and will not qual­i­fy for Euro­pean com­pe­ti­tion next sea­son. In the top ten, they con­ced­ed the most goals (63), and only Man­ches­ter Unit­ed scored few­er goals (54) (47).

Chelsea received a five from Arse­nal and now goes to Aston Vil­la, which is fight­ing for the Cham­pi­ons League. The intrigue is whether Palmer will return

West Ham were knocked out of the Europa League by Bay­er Lev­erkusen last week (0:2, 1:1). They left the League Cup in Decem­ber thanks to Liv­er­pool (1:5). And they were elim­i­nat­ed from the FA Cup in Jan­u­ary by Bris­tol (1:1, 0:1).

Moyes’ team’s top sniper Jer­rod Bowen scored 19+9 in 41 match­es. Mohammed Kudus is in sec­ond place (13+4). James Ward-Prowse (6+11) scored the same num­ber of goals/assist points.

Injuries and suspensions before the West Ham — Liverpool match

The Lon­don­ers have no loss­es. And there are sev­er­al patients in the Liv­er­pool hos­pi­tal — Joel Matip, Thi­a­go Alcan­tara, Ben Doak and Conor Bradley will not play due to injuries.

West Ham — Liverpool: head-to-head statistics

Over the last 10 meet­ings, Liv­er­pool have failed to beat West Ham only once — in Novem­ber 2021, the Ham­mers won (3:2). Dur­ing this peri­od, the teams scored less than two goals only three times. In 123 match­es in the Pre­mier League, the Scousers pre­vailed 70 times, the Lon­don­ers 24. A fur­ther 29 meet­ings end­ed in a draw.

Jar­rod Bowen and Wataru Endo (West Ham — Liv­er­pool).
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Forecast and bet on the match “West Ham” — “Liverpool”

Jur­gen Klop­p’s team is under pres­sure at the end of the title race. But West Ham are the per­fect client for Scousers. David Moyes’s boys will­ing­ly con­cede goals — for exam­ple, five goals from Crys­tal Palace in the last round. This sea­son, the Ham­mers reg­u­lar­ly fail in match­es with the lead­ers: they lost 0:6 to Arse­nal, 0:3 to Man­ches­ter Unit­ed and 1:5 to the same Liv­er­pool.

At the same time, the Reds defeat­ed the Lon­don­ers in nine out of 10 pre­vi­ous meet­ings. And sev­en of them hit the top in terms of goals. Giv­en the huge stakes for the Scousers and zero tour­na­ment moti­va­tion for their oppo­nents, it’s pos­si­ble to play for Liv­er­pool to win and score a few goals.

Rec­om­mend­ed rate: Liv­er­pool win and TB 2.5 for 1.95.

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