Probable starting eleven: West Ham: Adrian; Demel, Armero, Tomkins, Reid; Taylor, Downing, Noble, Diame, Nolan; Carroll Liverpool: Mignolet; Johnson, Flanagan, Skrtel, Agger; Gerrard, Henderson, Coutinho, Sterling; Sturridge, Suarez I expect a small surprise at Upton Park. I believe West Ham are able to upset Liverpool. First of all, the Hammers are in good form. They have two wins on the last two matches in the Premier League. Here are the results: 31.03.2014. Sunderland – West Ham 1:2 26.03.2014. West Ham – Hull City 2:1 The manager Sam Allardyce has the defender George McCartney sidelined through injury. Two players from West Ham will particularly be motivated here – Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. Both of them failed to impress at Anfield and were sold when Brandon Rodgers came. I believe both will have lot of personal motives to show that he made mistake when released them. Liverpool are on the top of the table, but I think the winning series could end here because this is a very hard game. The Hammers will get the ball forward quickly and Andy Carroll will cause lot of problems to Agger and Skrtel. The hosts are very disciplined and they will keep eyes on Luis Suarez. The pressure will completely be on the guests as Manchester City and Chelsea won on Saturday and there is no space for mistakes for Liverpool. I think West Ham are able to stay unbeaten here.