Liverpool vs West Ham United: Where to Watch, Form, H2H, Stats, Betting Tips

The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the upcoming EFL Cup quarter-final between Liverpool and West Ham United.

The EFL Cup quarter-finals will end on Wednesday, with Liverpool and West Ham United locking horns at Anfield. The Reds qualified for the quarter-finals by beating Leicester City and AFC Bournemouth in the last two rounds.

As for West Ham, they beat Lincoln City in the third round before producing a shock result by beating Arsenal 3-1 in the previous round. The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter ahead of the latest meeting between the two sides.

Where to Watch Liverpool vs West Ham United

Liverpool vs West Ham United will kick off at 8 pm GMT at Anfield on Wednesday night. Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event will telecast the game in the UK. Meanwhile, the Sky Go app will stream the match.

Viewers in the USA can catch the fixture on the ESPN+ app, while DAZN will stream the game in Canada. As for our readers in India, Fancode will broadcast the match online, but no channel will telecast it.


Liverpool: WWWWLD

Liverpool seemed in imperious touch before last week, going six games without a defeat. This run included a 1-1 draw with Manchester City. They also won four games in a row, clinching close victories against Fulham, Sheffield United, and Crystal Palace. But that streak ended with a 2-1 loss to Union Saint-Gilloise in the UEFA Europa League before they played a goalless draw with Manchester United this past weekend.

West Ham United: WDWLWW

West Ham United’s recent run is similar to Liverpool’s. Both teams have won four games each in the last six outings while drawing once and losing once. The Hammers are on a two-match winning streak, beating Wolverhampton Wanderers and SC Freiburg last week. The only defeat came to Fulham, who beat them 5-0, ramping up the pressure on David Moyes.


Recent meetings have favoured Liverpool, with West Ham United managing only one win in the last 15 clashes (D2 L12). But no team has won by more than a two-goal margin in the most recent ten fixtures featuring the two sides.

The Reds are currently on a four-match winning run, already beating West Ham once this season (3-1 at Anfield in September). But the last cup meeting ended in West Ham’s favour, with the Hammers beating Liverpool 2-1 in the FA Cup in 2016.

Key Stats

  • West Ham United have beaten Liverpool just once in their last 15 meetings across all competitions (D2 L12).
  • Liverpool have won their most recent seven home games against West Ham United across all competitions.
  • Since reaching the semi-finals of the EFL Cup in the 2013/14 season, West Ham United have lost all of their last three quarter-final fixtures.
  • Liverpool have failed to win just one of their most recent six quarter-final clashes.
  • After going six games unbeaten in all competitions, Liverpool have not won their most recent two matches.

Prediction and Betting Tips

Liverpool initially had an unenviable record in cup competitions under Jurgen Klopp. But that tally has turned in the Reds’ favour in the last few years, with Klopp guiding them to a cup double in 2021/22. In addition, Liverpool’s recent record against West Ham means our primary tip is backing Liverpool to win.

Recent meetings between Liverpool and West Ham United have been close, with both teams often finding the back of the net. So, it will be sensible to back both teams to score on Wednesday.

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