Five reasons Virgil van Dijk might miss today clash with Westham- Fabrizio Romano Revealed

When Liverpool plays West Ham this weekend, they will want to maintain their Premier League winning streak.


The Reds haven’t dropped a league game since being thrashed 4-1 by Manchester City in April, and they appear to be title contenders once more this season.


The offensive options available to Jurgen Klopp’s team are lethal, and their newly constructed midfield is beginning to show promise.


The Irons, however, won’t give up easily despite having a solid campaign debut.


Despite having previously played City, Chelsea, and Brighton, David Moyes’ team has 10 points from its first five Premier League games.

And they’ll go to Anfield with the conviction that they can win three points. will provide updates throughout, and will be available for the post-match commentary.


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After serving a two-match suspension after receiving a red card against Newcastle, Virgil van Dijk will be available for the home team.

While Thiago Alcantara is currently dealing with a hip injury, Trent Alexander-Arnold is aiming to get over his hamstring issue soon.


The Hammers, meanwhile, don’t really have any injury problems.


After a couple of questionable performances by the Moroccan, Kostas Mavropanos, who began in midweek, may replace Nayef Aguerd in the starting lineup once more.


In the Premier League, Edson Alvarez has yet to play a complete 90 minutes as he gets used to the fast-paced nature of England’s top division.

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Former Iron Jesse Lingard is reportedly training with the club, according to Hammers manager Moyes.


“Jesse has trained with us for three weeks and he’s greatly improved from when he first came in,” he stated in a statement to talkSPORT.



He’s in considerably better shape now than when he initially came in, which is to say, he’s in pretty fantastic form.


“I have to admit, I believe Jesse’s nine goals in 15 games after joining us two years ago made the difference in our first-ever entry into Europe.



“I want to give him every chance to get better on his own before I see how he does.


There isn’t really an update at the moment, other than to say that he’s back and approaching the levels of fitness you’d expect he would be at.




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