Alisson bullied in bloated submission by swollen West Ham as Liverpool beaten



ggood afternoon, hope you are having a sunday which is really great; you join us here for the fourth of four Premier League games, in which the mighty Liverpool travel to the capital to take on David Moyes’ top-flight West Ham. We’ll have team news for you at 3:30 p.m., and kick off is at 4:30 p.m. Between here and there, some pile up, ahead of what could be an exciting match.

Happy days for Hammers fans lately, with Moyes doing really well. Glad to see a decent feller show off his managerial skills after a few years of bruising.

He believes West Ham deserves its place in the Premier League table. Victory would see WHUFC climb above Jurgen Klopp’s side to third in the table and stay tied on points with Manchester City.

“I think we are in the right position,” Moyes said. “The quality of the players we have, we now have several international players, players who play for Spain, players who play for France, players who play for England, boys from the Czech Republic, boys playing for some of the African nations It’s amazing the change.

“So there are certainly no impostors here. The boys here are here for how good they are and what they bring to the club and the team and they’ve been really, really good.”

West Ham were in contention for Champions League places last season, but their failure to beat one of the so-called ‘Big Six’ ultimately cost them dearly.

The Hammers have already beaten Tottenham this time around and knocked out both Manchester clubs from the Carabao Cup.

Moyes knows games against players like Liverpool could go a long way in determining whether the club can build on their sixth place finish last season and place in the top four.

“You always try to take points away from teams that seem to be there and around you,” Moyes said.

“You would expect Liverpool to be there for sure, but I think there is a bunch of other teams. About six or seven teams that could easily challenge.

“Gaining points all the time is the important thing. After finishing 16th the previous season there was a lot of room for improvement and we had a good end last season.

“This time around, the room for improvement is only a few places (in the table), so it’s a lot more difficult. But I see it as a very good challenge for the players.

“We will be playing against a top-level team on Sunday, which will make it very difficult for us. But it’s a great opportunity for the players to show what they are capable of and capable of.

“We have to go there with a level of conviction that we can challenge and play against them. We’ve tried to do it against some of the teams.”


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