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Summary

  1. Liverpool will go second with a win
  2. Jurgen klopp's side unbeaten in 15 league home games
  3. West Ham start 12th in the table
  4. Hammers have lost one of past eight league games

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. FULL-TIME

    Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    A resounding Liverpool win. The Hammers have been hammered.

    Thanks for your company. You can read a match report on this game on the BBC Sport website.

    Until next time.

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp
  2. Post update

    Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    West Ham started the day 12th in the table but they've dropped to 14th in the 'as it stands' table.

    The good news for the Hammers is that the gap between themselves and the relegation zone remains four points.

  3. SUBSTITUTION

    Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    Mohamed Salah's game is over. He looks disappointed not to be finishing the match as he makes his way off to be replaced by Alberto Moreno.

    Liverpool's Mohamed Salah
  4. Post update

    Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    March 10. Remember the date. Manchester United v Liverpool. A match which could have a big say on who finishes second.

  5. 'Unplayable' Salah

    Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    Rachel Brown-Finnis

    Ex-England goalkeeper on Final Score

    Mo Salah could have had a hat-trick in the first half. He's been unplayable, I think you would call it today.

    He demands the ball all the time through the positions he takes up on the pitch.

    Liverpool's Mohamed Salah
  6. GOAL - Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

    Sadio Mane

    Goal No 103 for the season for Liverpool!

    Sadio Mane finally gets on the score sheet with a close-range finish from Andrew Robertson's inch-perfect cross.

    The Kop is roaring.

    Liverpool's Sadio Mane
  7. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

    Sadio Mane clips the outside of the post when he should have scored after another lovely move and pass by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

    Liverpool's Sadio Mane
  8. Post update

    Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

    Liverpool are fizzing the ball around nicely, wearing West Ham down.

    David Moyes has yet to taste victory in an away match at Anfield.

    That wait looks set to continue.

    West Ham United manager David Moyes
  9. Post update

    Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

    Fifteen shots, nine on target and three goals...Liverpool are around 25 minutes away from going above Manchester United into second in the table.

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  10. Post update

    Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

    Three goals in eight minutes. This has been a very watchable game.

  11. GOAL - Liverpool 3-1 West Ham

    Michail Antonio

    Lifeline for West Ham?

    Michail Antonio produces a quality low finish past Loris Karius after galloping on to Cheikhou Kouyate's pass through the middle.

    Nice goal but the Hammers still have lots of work to do to get back into this.

  12. GOAL - Liverpool 3-0 West Ham

    Roberto Firmino

    Disaster for West Ham - and goalkeeper Adrian!

    His kick out goes straight to Emre Can whose simple ball over the top finds Roberto Firmino and he goes past the advancing keeper before tapping home.

    Liverpool's Roberto Firmino
  13. Post update

    Liverpool 2-0 West Ham

    And with that goal, Mohamed Salah joins Harry Kane on 23 at the top of the Premier League scoring charts.

    It was another left-footed finish by the Egyptian and his 31st in all competitions.

  14. GOAL - Liverpool 2-0 West Ham

    Mohamed Salah

    Liverpool's Mohamed Salah

    You just can't stop Mohamed Salah!

    He had a quiet first half by his usual high standards but he makes no mistake in front of the Kop with an instinctive low finish after dogged determination by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to thread the ball into his path despite the attention of three or four West Ham shirts.

    Liverpool's Mohamed Salah
  15. YELLOW CARD

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

    Virgil van Dijk is caught by Cheikhou Kouyate's arm during an aerial challenge. It's enough for Stuart Attwell to show a yellow card in the West Ham player's direction.

  16. KICK-OFF

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

    West Ham have beaten Chelsea and drawn with Tottenham and Arsenal since David Moyes took charge in November.

    This game is far from over.

    We're back under way.

  17. Up and down

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

    Trent Alexander-Arnold's first-half touchmap

    Trent Alexander-Arnold has been a busy boy in the first half as this touch map illustrates.

    The young full-back is not afraid to get forward and has provided some decent ammunition for Liverpool's big guns up top.

  18. HALF-TIME

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

    This is a cracker.

    Liverpool have the lead - and are up to second in the table - but while Mark Arnautovic is on the pitch, West Ham will fancy their chances of getting back into this.

  19. CLOSE!

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

    Another stunning effort by Marko Arnautovic from outside the area forces Loris Karius into action. The Liverpool keeper has to scramble across his line to push it away in front of the Kop.

    While it remains 1-0, the Hammers are still in this.

    Liverpool's Loris Karius
  20. Five minutes to half-time

    Liverpool 1-0 West Ham

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