After their midweek success in demolishing city rival, Everton at Anfield stadium, Liverpool are eager to maintain their positive run this Sunday, February 2 as they meet up against struggling West Bromwich side. Playing away from home won't stop the Reds in setting up an attacking display, especially with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge partnership looking really well this season. Despite not able to improve their squad in this January transfer window, Brendan Rodgers' men still more than enough fire power in targeting for three points against WBA.
However, the home team obviously won't be giving away three points easily as they're also aiming for points since their current league standings is really close to that bottom three zone. Another negative result this weekend could put them under much pressure, so there's no other way for West Brom aside from targeting maximum points this weekend.
Liverpool eventually failed to extend their lead at the fourth spot of English Premier League standings as they only picked up a point from their Sunday fixture against West Brom. The Reds got themselves in front after 24 minutes with an effort from Daniel Sturridge, but that lead was canceled out as Victor Anichebe grabbed the equalizing goal on 67 minutes