West Ham and Liverpool meet in the English Premier League on 31.01.2021. Kick-off is at 17:30. The arena for the match on Sunday is Boleyn Ground. he match is between the team now in 4th against the 5th placed team. Current statistics of West Ham United FC In their last duel West Ham United FC won 2:3 against Crystal. The home team has won 10 out of 20 matches in the recent six months. The team has had five victories, three draws and two defeats at their home stadium. In the current season, West Ham won 50% (5 out of 10) of the matches in their own stadium. 1 times it was enough to score one point, while 2 times the guests took all points. All in all, West Ham has ten wins, five draws und five losses after 20 season games. Coach David Moyes’ eleven tends to score in the second half-time. West Ham’s current record shows an average of 2,60 goals per home game, of which 1,50 are their own goals and 1,10 are goals scored against them. Last season, West Ham United FC scored an average of 1,58 goals in their own stadium and conceded 1,74 goals. The most frequent results at their home stadium last season were 1:1, 3:1 or 0:2. In the current season, the most frequent result in home matches was 2:1, 1:0 or 1:1. Current statistics of Liverpool FC Their last match, Liverpool had lost 0:1 against Burnley. The team has been victorious in 2 out of 9 away games (22.22%) so far in this season. In the past 6 months, Liverpool has won nine matches, seven matches ended in a tie and seven games were lost. In games in away stadium two victories were achieved. Two games were lost while five games ended without a winning team. There have been 1,78 away goals scored by Jurgen Klopp’s team on average this season. Most of these coming after the break. On average, 3,22 goals are scored when Liverpool plays in foreign stadiums. Previous season’s statistics show Liverpool scoring 1,74 goals per away match, while they conceded 0,89 goals. Last last season, away matches most often ended 2:1, 1:0 or 3:1. Liverpool’s away matches this season have ended primarily 1:1, 0:1 or 0:0.