Can Gilly Flaherty come back to haunt the Hammers?
With the Reds beating Chelsea on the opening weekend, people were really expecting promising things, but since then they have only gained two points.
Liverpool went 6 games, only being able to score 3 goals, but in their last 2 they have managed to put 6 past their opposition.
On the other hand, West Ham have scored 18 in all competitions this season.
It’s the same story when it comes to the Hammers, scoring well but conceding for fun. With Liverpool scoring 6 in their last 2 games this will be a major concern for West Ham. But they will be in better shape, since keeping a clean sheet last weekend at home to Leicester City.
Liverpool forward, Katie Stengel, has found herself scoring 5 goals so far this season, scoring 2 of them in her last fixture against Reading. The American, started slow to her WSL
campaign but has started to find the net in her last 3.
Whilst for the Irons, their new signing- Viviane Asseyi- is starting to find her feet. Scoring 4 and assisting 2 in 8 games. The French international, is now the joint top goal scorer for West Ham this season alongside Dagny Bryangdottir.
In their last meeting, back in August, the Reds managed a 3-0 win over the Hammers, since then Paul Konchesky’s side have come back into form, and had a good start to their WSL season.
The game will be held at the Halton Stadium on Sunday,where the Hammers look to go 3 wins in 3.