Probable starting lineups:Liverpool:Mignolet; Can, Skrtel, Sakho; Markovic, Henderson, Lucas, Moreno; Lallana, Coutinho, SterlingWest Ham:Adrian; Jenkinson, Reid, Tomkins, Cresswell; Song, Nolan, Noble; Downing; Carroll, SakhoLiverpool are playing an awful season. They are out of title race, they are out of UEFA Champions League and they are out of Capital One Cup. The fans are frustrated, manager Brendan Rodgers is “lost in the space”. The decision to let Suarez go to Barcelona was wrong. Rodgers bought a dozen of players with the money, but most of them are poor. The actual form is bad, Liverpool have no win on the last three matches. Here are the results:27.01.2015. Chelsea – Liverpool 0:0 (1:0 AET) – Capital One Cup24.01.2015. Liverpool – Bolton 0:0 – FA Cup20.01.2015. Liverpool – Chelsea 1:1 – Capital One CupIt is clear where the problem is. The Reds have scored just one goal on the mentioned three games. They were unable to win against Championship Division side of Bolton in FA Cup, how could we expect to win against strong West Ham? Strikers Fabio Borini and Rickie Lambert are poor, they have just three top-flight goals between them this season, while £16m summer acquisition Mario Balotelli has been even more disappointing. Balotelli is yet to score a single goal in 12 league appearances.The Hammers are in excellent form and they have three consecutive victories on the last three matches in all competitions. Here are the results:25.01.2015. Bristol City – West Ham 0:1 – FA Cup18.01.2015. West Ham – Hull City 3:013.01.2015. West Ham – Everton 2:2 (9:8 on pen.) – FA CupWest Ham won the reverse fixture with 3:1 (20.09.2014) and I believe they are able to repeat the success, this time at Anfield. I believe they will stay at least unbeaten. West Ham +0.5 in Asian Handicap is my pick.