Moyes hopes his West Ham team can land a 'lucky punch' on Liverpool
It's a pretty intense period approaching for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, starting away to West Ham in the Reds rearranged 'game in hand' that has been hanging over them.
After a disappointing draw away to League One Shrewsbury on Sunday evening, we're likely to see a return to Klopp's strongest available side facing the Premier League strugglers.
Liverpool go into the match a quite remarkable 44 points ahead of Moyes' side, having already amassed almost three times as many points before the end of January.
But the former Man Utd and Everton manager thinks that the game is basically a free hit for his side, and hopes that they can land a lucky punch.
He told the assembled press: "I don’t think I can give you too many weaknesses in the Liverpool team.
"First of all, it would probably alert them to what I’m thinking, but there are also very few weaknesses in a team that wins the Champions League and a team that wins the Club World Cup.
"From that point of view, I think everybody’s well aware how difficult the challenge is.
"But everybody gets the chance to throw a punch somewhere along the line, and sometimes you can get a lucky one. We’ve got to make sure we get the lucky one."