Anfield, though, is a different proposition from the wide open spaces of Wembley, and Liverpool's rampant attacking trio of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane will pose a challenge.
So click through the slides below and read about five reasons why Liverpool will humble West Ham on Saturday.
Liverpool have won their last two Premier League matches against West Ham, 4-0 in May 2017 and 4-1 in November 2017 - they haven't scored 4+ goals in three consecutive PL games versus a single opponent since doing so versus Norwich between 2012 and 2013.
Liverpool and West Ham both had last weekend off because of the FA Cup so they should be nice and focused heading into the final 11 league games of the season.
There will be plenty of Liverpool fans who are optimistic about the result of this fixture, which the Reds need to win if they are to mount further pressure on Manchester United in second.
Joe Gomez could return to the starting line-up for the first time this month after overcoming a knee injury while Nathaniel Clyne is their only long-term absentee.
West Ham provisional squad: Adrian, Hart, Collins, Ogbonna, Rice, Cresswell, Evra, Zabaleta, Byram, Noble, Kouyate, Haksabanovic, Mario, Lanzini, Arnautovic, Antonio, Hernandez, Hugill.
Former Republic of Ireland worldwide Keith Andrews will be this week's guest in the Boot Room as he takes a look back on his time in the Premier League.
Another concern for the West Ham defence involves centre-back Winston Reid, who is dealing with a "throat infection", per Alex Young of the London Evening Standard.
"These types of games are the ones we all look forward to. If we have all these players recovered, probably next year we are going to be fighting for a European position, you never know". "He has been training, so he's an important player for us, but he's not played any games, so it's one of those decisions we'll take tomorrow".