- Adam Lallana puts hosts ahead after five minutes.
- Dimitri Payet equalises with a free-kick. Michail Antonio puts Hammers ahead.
- Divock Origi equalises less than three minutes after half time.
- Liverpool trail leaders Chelsea by six points.
- West Ham leap out of the relegation zone.
Full time: Liverpool 2-2 West Ham United
West Ham hold out and claim a credible point at Anfield. Adam Lallana's opener was eclipsed by Dimitri Payet and Michail Antonio, before Divock Origi capitalised on Darren Randolph's error. Both teams bounce back from defeats last weekend, but it could have been so much more.
Well that bring an end to our live Premier League coverage for another weekend. Thirty-six goals in all and lots of entertainment. We do it all again on Tuesday and Wednesday so be sure to return to us then for all the goals from the mid-week bonanza. Until then however, goodbye.
Andy Carroll had a cut to his right eye and West Ham are down to 10 men as he receives treatment. Liverpool pressing hard as we enter three added minutes.
A second wind from West Ham as they go close to grabbing what at this stage will surely be a winning goal. Noble's cross from the right is cleared before Karius comes to punch as Carroll looks to close in against his former club. You can feel the nerves around Anfield.
Slaven Bilic going through all the emotions on the touchline.
More scintillating interplay from Liverpool and it almost ends with a fabulous goal as Clyne, Mane and Firmino combine before the former smashes over the bar. Six minutes remaining.
Booking for Sadio Mane for an elbow on Andy Carroll from a Liverpool corner. West Ham have weathered the storm in this second period but can they hold out as the game enters the final 10 minutes?Edimilson Fernandes on for Manuel Lanzini for West Ham.
What a save from Darren Randolph! The West Ham 'keeper makes up for his error at the start of the second half with a fine save to keep out Henderson's long-range strike.
Loris Karius becoming a victim on social media after an indifferent display.
Andy Carroll back at his old hunting ground as he replaces Andre Ayew. Just the £35m Liverpool splurged on him to replace Fernando Torres, and seemingly some fans have not forgotten his varying success.
Relief for Liverpool as Divock Origi equalises for the hosts.
Wave after wave of Liverpool attacks now reining down on the West Ham goal and it is surely only a matter of time until they regain the lead if this continues. The Hammers desperately need to get their foot on the ball.
Yellow card for Roberto Firmino as Mark Noble is fouled. West Ham have not had a kick in this second half and they go close to re-establishing their lead as Ayew heads wide from a back-post header.
Liverpool right back into their stride since the break and West Ham throwing bodies in the way just to remain on level terms. Origi takes aim again and it takes a block from Reid to keep it from testing Randolph. Not an afternoon for goalkeepers, it must be said.
Goal: Liverpool 2-2 West Ham United (Divock Origi)
West Ham literally hand Liverpool the leveller on a plate. Mane crosses left-footed, seemingly harmlessly until Randolph tries to grab it at the first attempt, spills the ball and Origi is on hand for net his fourth goal on the trot.
Defensive change for Liverpool as Ragnar Klavan replaces the injured Dejan Lovren. Players out for the second half and we're back underway.
Loris Karius' reputation is plummeting.
"Shut up and do your job," says Jamie Carragher when asked about Loris Karius' first half mistakes which have gifted West Ham the lead at Anfield. Karius was heavily criticised last weekend and decided to bite back at Carragher and Sky Sports colleague Gary Neville. It has been an insipid response.
Michail Antonio rejoices as West Ham take the lead at Anfield.
Half time: Liverpool 1-2 West Ham United
Some half of football at Anfield. Adam Lallana put Liverpool ahead in the fifth minute but errors aplenty at the back has again undone the Reds. Dimitri Payet was the first to benefit as Loris Karius could only touch his free-kick into the net, before Joel Matip and Karius again both hesitated, allowing Michail Antonio flicked home. More of the same, please.
Should Liverpool have a penalty? Payet is all over Lallana as he attempts to snuff out the final attack of the half. The Reds go close again though as fro the subsequent corner Matip hits the bar with a flicked header.
Dimitri Payet curls West Ham level at Anfield.
Goal: Liverpool 1-2 West Ham United (Michail Antonio)
Well, this is a turn up for the books. West Ham turn it around before half time. Joel Matip misjudges a deflected ball by Payet and when Karius hesitates Antonio needs only one touch to knock it into the net. Fabulous comeback from the visitors.
Slaven Bilic must have urged his players to shoot on sight this afternoon.
Goal: Liverpool 1-1 West Ham United (Dimitri Payet)
An indifferent season for Dimitri Payet illuminated by a typical free-kick which draws the Hammers level. The low flight deceives Karius and he can only parry the ball into the corner. West Ham showing some much needed fight.