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Liverpool v West Ham United Half Time report


Filed: Saturday, 29th October 2005
By: Gordon Thrower


West Ham go into the break 1-0 down at Anfield

Xabi Alonso's 18th minute effort separates the sides at the interval. The shot from the edge of the box appeared to take a deflection off Tomas Repka as Hammers failed to clear a Liverpool corner.

Although Marlon Harewood and Yossi Benayoun both had early chances Liverpool appear to be good value for the lead with the much-vaunted battle for the midfield going the way of the home side at present.

We'll have more details from our team at the match at full time.





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