Liverpool is a guest of West Ham in the 21st round of the English Premier League.
The Egyptian international is close to recording 3 distinct numbers with Liverpool, and he will be able to achieve them by shaking the West Ham nets.
The expected goal from Salah will be his eighth against West Ham in the English Premier League, which means that he will be the most Liverpool player to score against the Hammers.
Salah previously scored 7 goals against West Ham in the league, such as Steven Gerrard and Michael Owen.
Salah will become the fifth player in Liverpool’s history to score 20 goals in 4 consecutive seasons, as he has scored 19 goals this season in all competitions so far.
He could also become the first Liverpool player to score for West Ham for the fourth game in a row since Billy Liddell in 1958.
Salah is competing strongly for the Golden Boot award for the Premier League scorer, which he achieved in two consecutive seasons, before Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy snatched the award last season.
The Egyptian international is the top scorer for this season with 13 goals.
In his first season with Liverpool, the former Arab Contractors player won the award with 32 goals, two ahead of Tottenham’s Harry Kane.
As for the season before last, Salah shared the award with his colleague Sadio Mane and Pierre Emeric Aubameyang, the Arsenal striker, with 22 goals.