And this win was especially emphatic especially since the Hammers have been struggling with so many injuries.
And now Manuel Pellegrini’s men will be hoping to keep that strong form intact when they travel to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace vs West Ham: Team News
Marko Arnautovic did not recover in time to take on Liverpool and the news is that the Austrian will not be fit to take on Crystal Palace either.
This means Javier Hernandez will once again start up front during the Crystal Palace vs West Ham game and Andy Carroll is expected to replace him in the second half.
January signing Samir Nasri is out with a calf strain and rumours have it that the former Man City will need one more week to make himself fit.
The Hammers do not have a European commitment meaning Pellegrini will name his strongest first XI against Crystal Palace.
Diop and Ogbonna were fantastic against Liverpool and the pair will once again start in central defence during the Crystal Palace vs West Ham game.
Mark Noble and Declan Rice will start in midfield while Snodgrass will take up the role which Samir Nasri would have been playing – in the hole right behind the striker.
Michael Antonio and Felipe Anderson will also retain their place from the Liverpool game.
Crystal Palace vs West Ham: Hammers’ predicted XI
First XI: Fabianski, Cresswell, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Declan Rice, Mark Noble, Snodgrass, Anderson, Michael Antonio, Chicharito.