As the season draws to it’s much anticipated conclusion the pressure is mounting on Liverpool to find a way into those european places with only seven games to go in the season.
Liverpool are in seventh three points behind their Merseyside neighbours Everton and they will be keen to find three points this weekend against West Ham.
Liverpool’s star striker Luis Suarez has been a little off the boil in the last two weeks having failed to score against both Aston Villa and Southampton, but he will be keen to bag his 23rd goal of the season when the Hammers come to town.
Suarez has once again been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons and if history has taught us one thing it is that when the bad comes out, the good is never too far behind as far as performances are concerned.
The Uruguayan was forced to sit out the reverse fixture earlier in the season through suspension when Liverpool picked up a narrow 3-2 win at Upton Park and if that game is anything to go by then Suarez is sure to get plenty of chances.
The Liverpool number seven has failed to score in only one of his last six home games with the Hammers only managing two clean sheets in their last thirteen games it seems highly unlikely that they will be able to stop Suarez this weekend.