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West Ham United is currently the Premier League’s set-piece king after adding James Ward-Prowse this summer, and it will take on Liverpool this weekend.

In the new Premier League season, Jürgen Klopp has led Liverpool to 13 out of a possible 15 points, which is a very impressive start. The Reds are still unbeaten in 16 games dating back to April, and the field appears much stronger than it did last season, but the challenging encounters keep coming.


West Ham United will visit Anfield this weekend in what should be a challenging match to manage and one that might nearly act as a banana skin for Liverpool. Despite losing captain Declan Rice, David Moyes’ club at the London Stadium has a good roster and appears to have gotten better during the summer.


After leaving, West Ham United was forced to reinvest in the team, which required an astronomical transfer cost for the former Hammers captain to join Arsenal. The proceeds from Rice’s sale helped the Irons sign three players during the most recent summer transfer window.

James Ward-Prowse moved to London from Southampton after the Saints were relegated from the Premier League last season after placing 20th in the standings. Edson lvarez and Mohammed Kudus both arrived from Ajax.

The latter is a well-known player in the United Kingdom since over the course of his career, he has made 346 Premier League appearances, starting 150 of Southampton’s last 152 games. He was a constant presence for the Saints, and while he was playing, he earned a reputation as a master of set-pieces.


With 17 direct free-kick goals in the Premier League, Ward-Prowse is just one goal behind Manchester United star David Beckham, who now holds the record with 18 goals in 11 seasons at Old Trafford. The 28-year-old possesses exceptional technique, and his ball-striking ability has proven effective from corners.


The Hammers midfielder has actually recorded more assists in the Premier League from dead-ball situations since 2014/15 than he has from open play, which is rather impressive. He is a true specialist, which may help to explain why Moyes was so eager to sign him this summer and spent an estimated $37 million (£30 million/€35 million) to do so.



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