Liverpool 4-1 West Ham Stats and Highlights
Liverpool went second in the Premier League with victory over West Ham in a match that featured three own goals, plus one from the in-form Luis Suarez.
The Reds took the lead when the ball ricocheted in off Guy Demel, before Mamadou Sakho poked in a second.
Martin Skrtel’s own goal briefly gave West Ham hope, but Suarez’s bullet header restored Liverpool’s cushion.
Kevin Nolan was sent off for a poor challenge, before Suarez’s strike deflected in off Joey O’Brien.
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Date: Saturday, 7 December, 2013
Kick ofF: 15:00 GMT
1-0 Demel (Own Goal) 42′
It is 50 years since West Ham last beat Liverpool at Anfield, a 2-1 victory in September 1963.
The Hammers have won just three of 55 meetings away from home.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last nine meetings.
Liverpool have scored more league goals at home (18) than West Ham have in all 14 of their Premier League games.
Only Manchester City (40) have scored more goals than Liverpool (30) in the Premier League.
No team has been ahead at half-time more often than Liverpool (10) this season. Brendan Rodgers’ side have not lost from that position.
Liverpool have scored five or more goals in a single top-flight game on five occasions under Rodgers.
Glen Johnson has scored in three of his last four Premier League appearances against his former club West Ham.
Luis Suarez has only failed to score against three of the current Premier League clubs – West Ham, Hull City and Cardiff City.
West Ham United
Only leaders Arsenal have conceded as few goals away from home as West Ham (five) in the top flight this season.
West Ham have kept a clean sheet in all three of their league wins so far in 2013-14, and only Everton have kept more (eight) than the Hammers’ and Tottenham’s seven in the Premier League.
However, Sam Allardyce’s side have failed to score a goal in eight of the 14 games this season.
Three of the current West Ham squad have played for Liverpool: Andy Carroll, Joe Cole and Stewart Downing.