Liverpool's Raheem Sterling (L) challenges Aston Villa's Tom Cleverley during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool.Reuters

Liverpool will look to improve on their slow start in the English Premier League as they take centre-stage against West Ham United at Upton Park for their third game in a week.

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The game at Old Trafford is set for a 4.00 pm BST (11.00 am EDT, 8.30 pm IST) start with live coverage on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports HD2 in India. The Premier League match can also be watched via live streaming online in India HERE. TV coverage in the UK will be on Sky Sports 1/HD, Sky Go, NOW TV, with the option to Live Stream HERE. Viewers in the UK can also listen to the match via radio on Talksport or HERE. Catch the action in the US on TV on NBC Sports Live Extra, Telemundo and NBCSN , while the game can also be Live Streamed online HERE.

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Liverpool suffered a home 1-0 loss to Aston Villa in the last match, making it a second defeat from four matches. However, they claimed victory in the Champions League with a 2-1 win over Bulgarian champions Ludogorets.

However, manager Brendan Rodgers believes Liverpool will get back to form and improve in the coming matches.

"There's no magic formula, it's just constant work on the training field," Rodgers said.

"I remember this time last year, we were sat in press conferences and the questions I was getting asked were about whether we were going to be able to score goals. We ended up with 101 goals.

"It's just time and patience with players. The way we were playing in March, April and May last season, we weren't playing that way last September. It'll be the same this year."

Meanwhile, West Ham United has managed just one win so far this season. Manager Sam Allardyce will try to silence his critics with his first victory at home after he lost to Tottenham and Southampton in the last two encounters. West Ham had a draw against Hull City on Monday night. Enner Valencia marked his debut for West Ham with a spectacular goal.

"On past history of playing teams after they've played in Europe, and having taken Bolton into Europe I know how hard it can be," Allardyce said.

"He has assembled a big squad, whether he plays the same team on Saturday that played on Tuesday is something we have to try and predict.

"If we can seek out any advantage we will do, from our part we'll concentrate on things within in our power and that is making sure we play well to the best of our abilities."

Allardyce is expected to face more pressure if they lose to last season's runner-up on Saturday.

Liverpool are losing their spark up front, because of the absence of their top two goalscorers of last season as Luis Suarez has moved to Barcelona and Daniel Sturridge is sidelined with a thigh injury. However, Rodgers believes if Sturridge takes rest, he might recover fully to take on rivals Everton in their next league encounter.

Team news: Liverpool: Defender Martin Skrtel will return after recovering from a knee injury due to which he was sidelined for three matches. Glen Johnson (thigh) and Jon Flangan (knee) are unlikely to make a comeback.

Also, Joe Allen and Sturridge have still not recovered from their injuries sustained on international duty.

West Ham: The club will still be playing without winger Matt Jarvis (thigh), striker Andy Carroll (ankle), midfielder Kevin Nolan (shoulder) and defender Joey O'Brien (knee), while, James Collins, who is suffering from a hamstring injury, is a doubt.

Expected lineups: Liverpool: Mignolet, Manquillo, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Gerrard, Lallana, Sterling, Markovic, Balotelli.

West Ham: Adrian, Demel, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Kouyate, Noble, Downing, Zarate, Valencia, Sakho.