West Ham 1-2 Liverpool Highlights

Steven Gerrard scored two penalties as Liverpool regained the Premier League leadership with an incident-packed victory at West Ham.

The club captain put his team in front after James Tomkins handled.

But Guy Demel tapped in from three yards in first-half stoppage time as Liverpool appealed that Andy Carroll had fouled keeper Simon Mignolet.

Carroll hit the bar with a second-half header, before Gerrard struck again after Adrian brought down Jon Flanagan.

Watch English Premier League match, West Ham Vs Liverpool highlights here.

Venue: Upton Park
Date: Sunday, 6 April, 2014
Kick off: 16:00 GMT

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West Ham have only won two of their previous 21 meetings with Liverpool in the Premier League (W2, D4, L15).

There have been 27 goals in the last eight clashes between these sides at Upton Park.

Liverpool have only failed to score once in their last 10 league visits to Upton Park. That was in a 1-0 defeat by the Hammers in January 2008.

West Ham

West Ham have won six of their last nine Premier League matches, and four of their previous five games at Upton Park.

Sam Allardyce’s side have lost five matches from winning positions this season – the most in the top flight.

They have only won two of the 16 games they have played against teams in the top half of the table this campaign (W2, D3, L11).

The Hammers have only recovered to take one point from the nine league matches in which they been behind at half-time.

Their last eight league goals have been scored by seven different players, including an own goal from Hull’s James Chester. Only Andy Carroll has scored more than once.


Liverpool are the only team yet to lose a Premier League game in 2014, winning 11 of their 13 matches and drawing two. This is their longest unbeaten run in the league run since November 2008 – February 2009 (15 matches).

They are looking for their ninth consecutive league victory this weekend. The last time they won nine matches in a row was in May 2006.

Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge have a combined total of 49 goals this season – the only Premier League strike partnership to score more in a single season was Newcastle’s partnership of Peter Beardsley and Andy Cole in 1993-94 (55).

Suarez has scored 29 goals this season and is now just two behind the Premier League record for a 38-game season held by Alan Shearer (1995-96) and Cristiano Ronaldo (2007-08).

Glen Johnson has scored in three of his last five league games against former club West Ham, including the last two trips to Upton Park.

Jordan Henderson could make his 100th league appearance for Liverpool. He has been involved in a career-high 11 league goals this season (goals and assists).

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