West Ham are looking for a fifth straight Premier League victory and a seventh successive win in all competitions for only the third time in their history after 1985 and 2006.
Michail Antonio has scored more PL goals against Liverpool than any other Hammers player, after four strikes in six appearances. All of those goals have come with Jurgen Klopp in charge of the Reds.
Having lost their last three matches at Upton Park, Liverpool are unbeaten in all four of their trips to London Stadium (W3 D1). At no PL stadium have they played more matches while remaining unbeaten.
Since the 2017/18 season, Mohamed Salah has scored in six of his seven PL matches against West Ham, netting seven goals.
David Moyes reports no fresh injury concerns for West Ham United ahead of Liverpool’s visit to the London Stadium.
Fabinho remains out for Liverpool, while Joel Matip (ankle) is unlikely to be available.