Jurgen Klopp’s side are facing a battle to finish in the top four after a slump in form and David Moyes’ West Ham currently occupy fourth spot, two places and five points better off than the Reds.
West Ham, who Liverpool beat 3-1 at the London Stadium in January, are dreaming of a top four finish on the back of their solid form.
Aldridge admits that West Ham have done well to sit in fourth spot, but has written off any hope of the Hammers holding on to a top four place.
He feels that West Ham have had their slice of luck this term, but it will end eventually and they will fall away.
“As for West Ham, they have done well to be currently sitting in fourth place, but they won’t be able to keep it going“, Aldridge wrote in his Sunday World column.
“They’ve had a few things go their way this season and I just don’t see them riding their luck through to the end and securing a Champions League finish.“
With 13 games remaining in the season, it remains to be seen if West Ham can maintain their lead over the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton and secure a top four finish.