West Ham manager David Moyes has reported no fresh injury concerns ahead of Sunday’s game with Liverpool.
Jessie Lingard’s loan move from Manchester United is not expected to have been finalised in time for him to be involved.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is hopeful that the ankle injury suffered by Joel Matip against Spurs on Thursday is not serious but the player is awaiting a scan.
Fabinho remains unavailable.
West Ham have gone nine Premier League games without a win against Liverpool (D2, L7). It’s their worst run in this fixture since a 10-match streak between September 2000 and January 2007.
The Hammers’ most recent victory against the Reds came in an FA Cup fourth-round replay at Upton Park in February 2016.
Liverpool are unbeaten in all four of their visits to London Stadium (W3, D1).
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The Hammers have won their opening six competitive games in a calendar year for the first time in their history.
West Ham can equal the club record of five successive Premier League victories, which was last achieved 15 years ago.
They have already matched last season’s total of 10 league wins. The past eight of those have all been by a one-goal margin.
West Ham’s tally of 35 points is their highest after 20 games of a top-flight season since 1985-86, when they finished third.
Tomas Soucek’s seven Premier League goals have been worth 10 points to West Ham this season.
David Moyes is winless in his six Premier League fixtures against Jurgen Klopp, only avoiding defeat in Sunderland’s 2-2 home draw in January 2017.
Thursday’s victory over Spurs was Liverpool’s first in six league games and ended a four-match run without a goal.
They can win successive Premier League away fixtures for the first time this season.
All three of Liverpool’s away league wins in 2020-21 have come in London, against Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Tottenham.
Mohamed Salah has gone six league matches without a goal, equalling his longest barren spell for Liverpool in the division.
The Egyptian has scored seven goals in his past seven top-flight appearances against West Ham, while Sadio Mane has five in as many games.
Georginio Wijnaldum’s next Premier League appearance will be his 200th in the competition.