How to catch the live stream: Liverpool vs West Ham
Catch the live stream as Liverpool vs West Ham takes place today!
Premier League: Liverpool vs West Ham
“His armband proved he was a red Torres Torres
you never walk alone it said Torres Torres
he scores again for sunny Spain he gets the ball he scores again
Fernando Torres Liverpool’s number 9″
Nostalgia right? The Spanish fella took Premier League by storm during his tenure in Liverpool. It was a joy to watch his flair and his hunger for goals. We can always take a trip back to memory lane and enjoy the classic hat-trick from Fernando Torres against West Ham.
West Ham United will visit Anfield on Wednesday night in an effort to shatter Liverpool’s winning streak. The streak was the first of the year for Jurgen Klopp’s team.
But after their 1-1 stalemate with Southampton last weekend, the Hammers will enter the game with their own undefeated streak, having gone five games in a row overall.
When it comes to West Ham’s record against the Reds, they only have 1 out of their last 12 games. It was a 3-2 victory at their home turf. This will be West Ham’s 100th league game played on a Wednesday. And the Scousers are more than happy to spoil their party.
What holds for the Hammers?
West Ham hopes to move up the table after starting the season with three straight losses. If they win, they might overtake their opponents in the Premier League standings. They can create a significant gap between themselves and the danger zone.
Due to the broadcaster’s choice, the game will begin at the odd hour of 7.30pm, a little sooner than a typical midweek match would.
Where to watch?
The game will be televised on Amazon, which is airing every Premier League game this midweek, rather than on any TV broadcaster. Those who have a Prime membership can view the game live.
The game is available for viewing on apps, computers, and smart TVs. Eni Aluko and former Liverpool player Steve McManaman will join for the entirety of the pre-game analysis beginning at 6.30 p.m.
For the game, Ally McCoist and former Rangers and Scotland favorite Ian Darke will provide the commentary.