Liverpool Women vs West Ham United Women Match Analysis & Prediction
04/12/2022 5:00 pm
Liverpool Women will be looking to end a seven-game winless run in the Women’s Super League when they play host to West Ham United Women on Sunday.
On the other hand, the visitors will have the chance to record their third successive victory across all competitions.
Liverpool have failed to win any of their last seven matches since recording a surprise victory over Chelsea on the opening weekend of the season.
They at least managed to end a run of five WSL defeats when they came from behind to draw 3-3 with Brighton & Hove Albion, and they looked set to record their second league win of the season in their most recent league game against Reading.
Katie Stengel opened the scoring before the Royals scored two goals to turn the game around, but Stengel’s second goal of the game and a Rhiannon Roberts strike helped Liverpool fight back control.
However, Matt Beard’s side were unable to hold on as Sanne Troelsgaard scored an 89th-minute equaliser to deny the Reds all three points.
After playing out successive 3-3 draws, Liverpool returned to winning ways with a narrow 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers in the League Cup last weekend, and they will hope to use that result as a springboard to begin a positive run of form in the league.
While the Reds currently sit in 10th place with five points to their name, sixth-placed West Ham United are seven points better off than their hosts.
Paul Konchesky’s side bounced back from sucessive defeats to claim a narrow victory over Leicester City in their most recent league game.
Izzy Atkinso scored a late winner to help West Ham secure a 1-0 victory over the Foxes, and they followed that result with another victory last weekend.
Goals from Kate Longhurst and Dagny Brynjarsdottir helped the Hammers beat second-tier Birmingham City 2-0 in the League Cup, providing West Ham with the opportunity to record three straight victories.
Although West Ham have lost two of their three away league matches this season, both of those defeats came against title-chasing Arsenal and reigning champions Chelsea.
Liverpool Women vs. West Ham United Women Head to head
These two teams have previously met on five occasions in two competitions, where Liverpool have claimed three victories while West Ham have won one, and they have drawn once. Liverpool have scored 10 goals and conceded five in the process.
21/10/2018West Ham United0Liverpool1Women's Super League
28/01/2019Liverpool1West Ham United0Women's Super League
08/12/2019Liverpool1West Ham United1Women's Super League
23/02/2020West Ham United4Liverpool2Women's Super League
21/08/2022West Ham United0Liverpool5Club Friendlies Women
Liverpool Women Team News
Matt Beard has the majority of his Liverpool squad to choose from, with Leanne Kiernan the only known injury absentee.
Rachael Laws has been sidelined for the last three matches, but the goalkeeper is expected to return to the starting lineup here, with Stengel leading the line for the Reds.
Liverpool Women's Last 5 Matches
30/10/2022Manchester City2Liverpool1Women's Super League
06/11/2022Liverpool0Aston Villa1Women's Super League
20/11/2022Brighton & Hove Albion3Liverpool3Women's Super League
24/11/2022Reading3Liverpool3Women's Super League
27/11/2022Liverpool1Blackburn Rovers0FA Women's League Cup
West Ham United Women Team News
West Ham are still unable to call upon the services of Jess Ziu, Lucy Parker and Emma Snerle due to injury issues, while Konchesky could select an unchanged lineup for Sunday’s game.
With four league goals to her name, Viviane Asseyi will be one of West Ham’s main goal threats.
West Ham United Women's Last 5 Matches
23/10/2022West Ham United3Reading2Women's Super League
30/10/2022Arsenal3West Ham United1Women's Super League
06/11/2022West Ham United4Brighton & Hove Albion5Women's Super League
20/11/2022West Ham United1Leicester City WFC0Women's Super League
27/11/2022West Ham United2Birmingham City0FA Women's League Cup
Liverpool Women vs. West Ham United Women: Odds and Predictions
Liverpool or West Ham United: Yes
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