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Bournemouth v Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 17th December 2017

Bournemouth v Liverpool Betting Tips - Premier League 17th December 4.30pm Bournemouth put on a pretty good showing at Old Trafford in midweek despite losing 1-0 against Manchester United. They were in the game and a little unlucky not to come away with something. They be hoping to respond with something as they get back to home soil and face Liverpool on the weekend. The Reds couldn't find a way to break down the struggling West Brom at Anfield in midweek and will be keen to shake off the disappointments at those dropped points.

Bournemouth News and Form

Bournemouth suffered a 1-0 loss at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, but they really deserved a point out of it and were a little unlucky not to do so. So that leaves them with a five match winless streak of form in the top flight (D3 L2) and just need to find a bit more going forward for themselves. At the Vitality Stadium, this season Bournemouth are W2 D2 L4 in the Premier League and have mixed things up with a W1 D1 L1 record in their last three played there. In general, they have been improving after their poor start to the season but they are still lacking in the final third of the pitch which is going to continue to hamper them. Still, there is probably going to be value in both teams to score at William Hill in this one even though the Cherries are only averaging just over a goal per game at home this season. As Bournemouth have only conceded two first half goal this season the half time draw is a good option, and 78% of their goals conceded at the Vitality have come after the break. Bournemouth have Callum Wilson and Jermain Defoe at 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market. Given their current form and opposition in this one, a draw would be a decent result.

Liverpool News and Form

Liverpool are now on a great unbeaten streak of eight matches in the top flight. They had a couple of frustrating matches at Anfield over the last week though, playing out a 1-1 draw with Everton in the Merseyside derby and then only picking up a 0-0 draw against the struggling West Brom. So there have been dropped points from them but out on the road they are positive with three matches won consecutively. Overall they are W4 D2 L2 this season on their travels, but because they have conceded a lot of away goals then over 2.5 goals at William Hill is well worth a poke. Liverpool have averaged 2.5 goals per game on their travels this season and 88% of their road games have gone over 2.5 goals. Mohamed Salah, who is having a prolific season is the 10/11 anytime goalscorer favourite for the match with Daniel Sturridge, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Dominic Solanke all 6/5 options. A Liverpool 2-1 result in the correct score market is a good 8/1 price while they are out at 11/1 to take a 3-1 victory. Both defeats that Liverpool have suffered on their travels have been at top four clubs, so they have done well enough against the rest to suggests that they can get close to three points here. They need a boost after their frustrations at Anfield.

Bournemouth v Liverpool Head to Head

This will only be the fifth Premier League meeting between these two and from those previous four Liverpool are ahead with W2 D1 L1 record. The Reds are W1 L1 at the Vitality against the Cherries in the Premier League having lost 4-3 in a cracking match between them on the south coast last term. Each of the last three league games between them have managed to go over 2.5 goals. Overall from eleven previous meetings, Liverpool are W7 D3 L1 against Bournemouth.

Bournemouth v Liverpool Betting Odds

Liverpool 1/2, Draw 15/4, Bournemouth 6/1

Bournemouth v Liverpool Predictions

Liverpool to win: The Reds are value to go and collect a victory in this one as they should be pretty eager to put the midweek disappointments behind them. It’s not too likely that they are going to misfire in front of goal in back to back games. With the Cherries not scoring too well, there should be an away win here.

Liverpool v West Brom Predictions & Betting Odds – 13th December 2017

Liverpool v West Brom Betting Tips - Premier League 13th December 8.00pm The Reds couldn't get the better of their rivals Everton on the weekend in the Merseyside derby but have a chance to make immediate amends as they face up to the struggling West Brom at Anfield in midweek. West Brom saw themselves fall into further difficulty as they lost to fellow strugglers Swansea. This is no easy game for them in which to try and muster up a fight back to give themselves a bit of breathing space from the relegation zone. The pressure is really on them.

Liverpool News and Form

The Reds could only manage a 1-1 draw at home against Everton on the weekend in the Merseyside derby, but they can blame the equalising penalty decision as much as they want, the truth is they have should have buried their rivals long before that. The draw though extended their unbeaten streak of form to seven matches in the top flight, with five wins and they are still looking fluent and are creating stacks of chances for themselves. Liverpool are unbeaten at home this term with a W4 D4 record from their eight games and they are scoring well enough certainly to suggest that they are going to have a comfortable time in this one. Liverpool have scored at least three goals in five of their last seven league outings home and away. Liverpool have scored 14 goals in their eight home fixtures in the top flight this season and they have only conceded the three of them at Anfield which is excellent. Only 38% of Liverpool’s home games in the top flight this season have gone over 2.5 goals and their output has been much better on the road. Still, this has to be worth a look at going over 2.5 goals against West Brom’s poor defence and a Liverpool 2-0 correct score at William Hill has good appeal at 6/1. Mo Salah continued his tremendous scoring form with another goal on the weekend and he is the 8/11 anytime goalscorer favourite, his opener against Everton moving him on to thirteen in the Premier League. He is the only Liverpool player to have scored more than two goals at Anfield so far this term.

West Brom News and Form

West Brom have not won in fourteen Premier League games now. Their season got a bit worse last weekend as they lost at Swansea, a game which they should have really been targeting three points in. That was a real blow for the Baggies and Alan Pardew has his work cut out in his new job. West Brom have only scored in two of their last six league games now and on their travels, they are W1 D2 L5 for the season and they have managed just the one goal in their last four away from the Hawthorns. In total from their eight away games West Brom have only netted four times and now they are ten points worse off than they were at this stage of last season. They have produced so little that only 12% of their away games this term have gone over 2.5 goals and Liverpool to win to nil at William Hill has to have big appeal at 10/11. Both teams not to score at William Hill is a bit of a banker at 4/6. Seven of the ten away goals that West Brom have conceded this season away from the Hawthorns have come in the second half of matches, but still, it looks unlikely that they will be even good enough to hang in for a half time draw. A Liverpool/Liverpool half time/full time bet is a short 8/13 price to back that up. The Baggies have taken only three points in their last eight games in current form now. That’s how badly that they have been struggling.

Liverpool v West Brom Head to Head

Liverpool have won three of their last four home games against West Brom (D1) and they are unbeaten in eight Premier League contests against the Baggies as well now (W4 D4). They won both league meetings against West Brom by a one goal margin last season.

Who will win - Liverpool v West Brom Predictions

Liverpool can make amends for their misfire on the weekend against Everton. They really had enough chances to have hammered the Toffees. The defence of West Brom isn't likely going to stand up tot too much of a stern test and one awaits them in this one. Home win to nil has appeal.

Liverpool v West Brom Betting Odds

Liverpool 2/9, Draw 6/1, West Brom 14/1

Liverpool v West Brom Predictions

Liverpool to win: The Reds should be pretty comfortable in this one and they will probably line up with a stronger starting eleven than they did against Everton on the weekend. The Reds are good enough to shake off that draw and take down the Baggies and they are value to do it to nil as well.

Champions League 2018 Last 16 – Betting Odds & Predictions

Champions League Betting
History was made in the UEFA Champions League this season with five English teams making it through the round of sixteen.That was the first time in the history of the tournament that five teams from the same nation had made it through to that stage. So how many of them will march their way through to the quarter finals? Chelsea, who were the only ones of the English sides to not win their group get the toughest draw of the lot as they have to play host to Barcelona, while Tottenham will be tested against Italian champions Juventus. Manchester City, after receiving the most favourable draw that they could have gotten against FC Basel are now 3/1 outright favourites wtih William Hill to collect the title. Looking ahead to an interesting betting stat ahead of the round of sixteen, the group winner (who are the teams who play the second leg of the tie at home) have progressed in 72.3% of round of 16 ties since the current competition format was introduced. Champions League Round of 16 2018 Infographic

Juventus v Tottenham (13 February and 7 March)

A tough draw for Tottenham, especially in the first leg in Turin. But the Lilywhites showed that they are contenders by taking four points away from their two group stage meetings with Real Madrid. Tottenham will be underdogs at 11/4 with William Hill to win the first leg, with the Old Lady in at even money. This will be the first time that these two clubs have met competitively and Juventus are 4/6 odds on favourites To Qualify from the tie.

Basel v Manchester City (13 February and 7 March)

Manchester City got the best draw that they really could have asked for and they should find themselves getting through to the quarter finals. They are now the outright favourites to win the title because of how the draw for the last sixteen has panned out. This will be the first meeting between the two clubs and for Basel, it will be somewhat of familiar territory for them as they were up against Manchester United in the group stage, losing 3-0 at Old Trafford but winning 1-0 at home. City are 1/12 odds on favourites to go and qualify from this tie.

Porto v Liverpool (14 February and 6 March)

There is a little history between these two but not too much. They were together in the 2000/01 UEFA Cup quarter finals and in the 2007/08 Champions League league group stage. From those four matches, Liverpool won both of their home games against the Portuguese outfit, while drawing the two away games against them. The last time that Porto faced an English side they hammered Leicester on match day six of last season’s group stage. Liverpool have their big attacking threat in Mo Salah, but Porto’s Vincent Aboubakar could trouble the Reds. Still, the Premier League side are 2/5 odds on at William Hill to qualify.

Sevilla v Manchester United (21 February and 13 March)

This is a tricky tie for the Red Devils as they will have seen Sevilla collect two draws against Liverpool in the group stage of the competition. Sevilla are a good home side and this will be a good test for the Red Devils. Sevilla, of course, won three consecutive Europa League titles between 2013/14 and 2015/16 before United swooped in and took it last season. They have a good goalscoring threat in Wissam Ben Yedder, but the strength of the English Premier League side is expected to win out.

Real Madrid v PSG (14 February and 6 March)

This is the heavyweight tie of the round and this has happened because Real Madrid only finished second in their group to Tottenham. Things are even from the previous meetings with two wins and two draws each from their six previous comings together. This should be an epic affair and it will be interesting to see how PSG, who invested heavily in the summer handle the reigning European champions. PSG are 4/5 odds on favourites at William Hill To Qualify and you can’t argue with that. Real Madrid haven’t looked anywhere near as strong this season as last and are there for the taking as Tottenham proved.

Shakhtar Donetsk v Roma (21 February and 13 March)

While this may be the tie that gets the least attention, both of these will be happy enough with the draw. The two of them have met before as they were paired up in the 2010/11 round of 16 and it was the Ukrainians who won through 6-2 on aggregate on that occasion. Roma held off Chelsea for the top spot in their group campaign while Shakhtar battled through behind Manchester City in theirs. This may be a pretty even tie and Shakhtar are a tough side to get the better of on home soil but at the end of the day, the superior quality of the Italians sees them go as 4/9 favourites at William Hill to qualify.

Chelsea v Barcelona (20 February and 14 March)

The rough draw that Chelsea feared has happened. Because a team can’t face a side from their own nation or someone who they were within the group stage in the round of sixteen, then the options as to who Chelsea could face were really limited. The Blues famously got past Barcelona on their way to winning the title in 2012 and they beat Barcelona 5-4 in the 2004/05 round of sixteen as well. The Blues actually hold a head to head lead against the Spaniards in UEFA Competition with four wins to the three posted by Barcelona. Lionel Messi has incidentally never scored in eight previous appearances against Chelsea but still, the Catalans have been in great form this season and are 3/10 odds on favourites To Qualify, with Chelsea 5/2 underdogs at William Hill. The Blues start at home to make this even more difficult.

Bayern Munich v Besiktas (20 February and 14 March)

The German powerhouses will be happy enough with this tie. Besiktas were one of the surprising group stage winners while Bayern could only finish second behind PSG in their group. Still, Munich are going as very strong 1/8 odds on favourites to qualify from the tie. The only previous time that these two game together was in the 1997/98 group stage with Bayern winning both of those games in the tie by a 2-0 scoreline.

Champions League Winner Odds

Manchester City 3/1, Bayern Munich 9/2, Paris St Germain 5/1, Barcelona 15/2, Real Madrid 8/1, Manchester United 14/1, Liverpool 16/1, Juventus 16/1, Tottenham 25/1, Chelsea 33/1, Roma 33/1, bar 100/1

Champions League Winner Odds price changes

Of the sides going into the round of sixteen the team who saw the biggest odds movement because of the draw was Shakhtar Donetsk as they line up against Roma which is a draw that was favourable to them both really considering what they could have gotten instead like Real Madrid or Bayern Munich. Of the English teams left in the competition, Man City were at 5/1 before the draw and have been slashed to 3/1 to win the tournament while Liverpool took an even bigger cut coming in from 25/1 to 16/1 thanks to their draw against Porto. Both PSG and Real Madrid fdrifted because of their impending coming together, while Tottenham and Chelsea both drifted as well. The Blues were the English side who drifted the most, from 22/1 to 33/1. The team with the biggest odds drift overall after the draw was FC Basel after being paired against Manchester City.

Liverpool v Everton Predictions & Betting Odds – 10th December 2017

Liverpool v Everton Betting Tips - Premier League 10th December 2.15 pm This Merseyside derby will be made all the more interesting with Everton having won their last two league games to show some sign of improvement at least. Will they be able to hop across the city though and get one over on their bitter rivals? Liverpool have really started clicking up front again and they have rattled off at least three goals in five of their last six league games. They are the ones who are boasting the superior form, scoring power and head to head advantage. Little surprise that the Reds are favourites for the Merseyside duel. Liverpool v Everton 2017 Infographic

Liverpool News and Form

Liverpool are going great guns at the moment. They have really stepped up their campaign recently and in their last six Premier league outings they have gone W5 D1 and the drawn match in that sequence came in a tough challenge against Chelsea. They have really ramped up their scoring as well as the Reds have scored at least three goals in each of the five wins in that sequence of games. So after their sticky early form, they have responded really well and should go into this game full of confidence. Liverpool haven’t lost at home in the top flight this season having put up a W4 D3 record at Anfield and they have won two of their last three at Anfield now in the league. The last two wins that they have recorded at home were both by a 3-0 scoreline. In the William Hill correct score market, a Liverpool 3-0 is only an 8/1 option while a 2-0 return for them is at 13/2 and the shortest priced option in the market. The revelation for them this season has been the goal scoring power of Mo Salah who is the Premier League top goalscorer and he is a 5/6 anytime goalscorer favourite in the game. Liverpool easily outshines the quality of attacking talent compared to that of Everton and they are 3/1 odds to win this home fixture by a two goal margin. Even though they have conceded 19 league goals this season, only two of those have happened at Anfield.

Everton News and Form

Back to back wins in the league have left Everton’s season looking a little bit better. They have actually only suffered the one defeat in their last five games (D3 D1 L1) but all of the successes in that sequence have come at home. So they still have a lot to prove out on the road as they are still looking for their first away win in W0 D3 L4 record away from Goodison Park. Everton have hit the back of the net in each of their last five Premier League games and in four of those five, they scored at least two goals. Going back to their back to back wins in current form, they were both produced at Goodison Park against West Ham and Huddersfield, both sides who are struggling badly at the moment. Can they live with a better side? They have not managed to take a clean sheet away from home this season and they have shipped sixteen goals in seven road games this season and have only scored the five. Over 2.5 goals at William Hill has to be a bit of a banker and that can be backed up with the Reds winning the match if you are looking for extended value. Wayne Rooney is their shortest priced anytime goalscorer option for this one at 10/3. The Toffees have scored the opening goal in just one away game this season and six of their sixteen away goals conceded have come in the final fifteen minutes of matches. They have only scored one second half goal away from Goodison Park in the league this season.

Liverpool v Everton Head to Head

Liverpool took wins over Everton in both league meetings last season and they are on a six match undefeated streak of form at Anfield in the league against Everton (W4 D2). Also, the Reds are unbeaten in their last twelve home and away against their rivals (W6 D6). Liverpool have kept four clean sheets in their last seven against Everton in the Premier League and the Reds have netted at least three goals in four of their last six home fixtures against their Merseyside rivals.

Liverpool v Everton Betting Odds

Liverpool 1/4, Draw 19/4, Everton 10/1

Liverpool v Everton Predictions

Liverpool to win: Everton have had a couple of wins to boost their fortunes, but those at the end of the day we're home games against weaker opposition. They are likely going to find Liverpool’s attack too much to handle and the Reds to win by a two goal margin looks pretty good value.

Liverpool v Spartak Moscow Predictions & Betting Odds – 6th December 2017

Liverpool v Spartak Moscow Betting Preview - UEFA Champions League 6th December 7.45pm The Reds would fail to get through to the next round of the Champions League if they were to end up losing this game. But a draw gets them through while a victory at Anfield will give them the group win. The Russians will be turning up on Merseyside through with something to play for as they have to win this to get through and any other result sees them go to the Europa League, which is where Liverpool will head if they lose this fixture.

Liverpool v Spartak Moscow Betting Tips

Both Liverpool and Spartak have something to play for in this fixture. Liverpool kicks off as Group E leaders with nine points, one ahead of second placed Sevilla. They are three ahead of Spartak Moscow and after the two played out a 1-1 draw in Moscow earlier in the group stage, it means that if the Russians win at Anfield, they will have the superior head to head against the English club and go through at their expense. However, there is a lifeline for Liverpool if they do lose, because they will get through only if Sevilla lose as well. Liverpool and Spartak Moscow were together in the 2002/03 first group stage of the Champions League and Liverpool won 5-0 at home and took a 3-1 away win in Moscow. Previous to that they met in the 1992/93 European Cup Winners' Cup second round, with the Russians prevailing 6-2 on aggregate. Liverpool have lost just one previous home game against Russian sides (W3 D2 L1). The last time that Liverpool played host to a side from Russia they played out a 1-1 draw with FC Rubin in the 2015/16 UEFA Europa League group stage. So far in the Champions League group stage this season, they played out a draw with Sevilla and took a win over Maribor. Those games have taken them to a twelve match unbeaten streak of form on home soil in Europe (W8 D4) and that draw with Sevilla snapped a six match winning streak that they were on at home in Europe. Mohamed Salah has scored 17 goals in 22 games for Liverpool and he is the 3/1 William Hill first goalscorer option favourite for the game. Liverpool have had their defensive issues this season, albeit mostly away from home, but both teams to score returns a decent price of 4/5. Liverpool are unbeaten in their last twelve fixtures at Anfield in all competitions (W7 D5) so are carrying good form there and they have scored three goals or more in seven of their last eight games (W6 D2). In the correct score market, a Liverpool 2-0 result is a 6/1 price with the 3-0 at 13/2. Spartak Moscow then has a shot at getting through to the next round but the only way that happens is if they win at Anfield on Wednesday. They will finish top of the group as well with a victory unless Sevilla win. However, the Russians have failed to record an away victory in Europe since a 1-0 victory at Ajax in the 2010/11 Europa League. Since then their away form in Europe is D5 L5. The Russians hold a W4 D1 L4 record in England from their nine previous trips there and it’s been a while since they landed there. Their most recent fixture in England was in the 1995/96 group stage when they took a 1-0 win at Blackburn. They are D1 L4 in their last five visits to England. So far on their travels this season in the group stage, they took a 1-1 draw at Maribor and suffered a 2-1 defeat at Sevilla. Spartak Moscow were actually winless in nine games home and away in Europe before they snapped it in some style with a 5-1 home victory over Sevilla on match day three. This is their first appearance in the group stage of the Champions League since the 2012/13 season when they finished bottom of their group. Their matchday four reverse at Sevilla FC is their only defeat in 19 matches in all competitions. They have nothing to lose in this trip to Anfield

Liverpool v Spartak Moscow Betting Odds

Liverpool 2/9, Draw 11/2, Spartak Moscow 10/1

Liverpool v Spartak Moscow Predictions

Home advantage should count for everything in this one and the Reds are a good prospect to go and get the win that they need to top out this group. Their scoring power is flowing well again and they will likely have too much in store for the visitors who can’t afford themselves to really sit back all match. Back Liverpool to win & Both Teams To Score.

Brighton v Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 2nd December 2017

Brighton v Liverpool Betting Tips - Premier League 2nd December 3.00pm The Seagulls continue to hold their ground in mid table in the Premier League after playing out a midweek 0-0 draw against bottom side Crystal Palace. They may well have felt that was a good three points having gone begging for them though to further strengthen their position. Now they get a much tougher home fixture at the Amex on the weekend when they have to try and keep the powerful Liverpool attack quiet. Liverpool are starting to hum with a bit of confidence again and will go as odds-on favourites down on the south coast for this one.

Brighton News and Form

Was a 0-0 home draw against Palace a good or bad result for the Seagulls? It’s a bit of both really but it feels like a missed three points for them. They have only suffered the one defeat in their last seven Premier League fixtures now though (W2 D4) record and so they are doing well overall. They have been a solid home side all season on the south coast and they have produced a good W2 D4 L1 there all season and undefeated in their last six league outings at the Amex. Only 29% of their home games this season have gone over 2.5 goals, but Liverpool will be carrying an attacking threat so what to do? Under 2.5 goals at Betfair is worth a flutter at around even money because Brighton can defend as they showed in a recent 1-0 loss at Old Trafford. Brighton have shipped only seven home goals all season. 75% of Brighton’s home goals this season have come after the break in matches. They have drawn each of their last four home fixtures in the top flight and it would be a huge point for them if they got one in this fixture. They do have the sixth-best defensive record in the Premier League this season. Can they frustrate the Reds?

Liverpool News and Form

Liverpool have been carrying much better form recently and strolled to a 3-0 away win at Stoke in midweek, inspired once again by Mo Salah who came off the bench to net a brace. That win followed on from their 1-1 draw at home against Chelsea last weekend and it extends their unbeaten form to five games (W4 D1) in the league now. They have scored at least three goals in four of their last five played (the 1-1 draw with Chelsea the exception). In the Betfair correct score market, a 1-0 win for the Reds is a price of 13/2 while a 3-0 option for them is out at a big 10/1 price. Going back to Mo Salah, he is the current Premier League top goalscorer. Salah is the Betfair 11/10 anytime goalscorer favourite and if the Reds are going to go up against a solid defence, then he could be the one to get the Reds the breakthrough. Liverpool have posted a W3 D2 L2 record away from home this season and have won their last two back to back, taking comfortable wins at West Ham and Stoke. Both teams not to score at Betfair looks appealing at a 4/5 price and Liverpool are at 6/4 with Betfair to win to nil. They have a big derby against Everton next weekend following this, they will want to keep the momentum going.

Brighton v Liverpool Head to Head

The last time that these two were together was in the 2011/12 season when they met each other in the FA Cup and the League Cup. Liverpool came out on top in both of those game and that means they are unbeaten in their last five fixtures against the Seagulls since a 2-0 loss on the south coast in the 1984 FA Cup. The last league meeting between them was in the 1982/83 Old Division 1, with Liverpool collecting four points from the two meetings.

Brighton v Liverpool Betting Odds

Liverpool 4/9, Draw 7/2, Brighton 11/2

Brighton v Liverpool Predictions

Liverpool to win: The Reds are carrying some decent form now again and they should be sharp enough to go out and collect the victory down on the south coast. Brighton are not a pushover at the back at the Amex, so the Reds may have to bide them time but they can win this one to nil

Stoke v Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 29th November 2017

Stoke v Liverpool Betting Tips - Premier League 29th November 8.00pm Liverpool were left a little frustrated again on the weekend as their defence could not hold on to a lead. They had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Anfield against Chelsea but may find the Stoke defence a little more forgiving than that of the reigning champions. Stoke have not carried much form this season and their confidence should rightly be low after they blew a lead against bottom side Crystal Palace on the weekend to end up losing.

Stoke News and Form

Stoke have only gone D2 L1 in their last three league games so could use a win to give themselves a boost, especially after what happened to them on the weekend. After taking the lead against Crystal Palace they ended up losing 2-1. The defence of Stoke this season has been pretty non-existent really and they have shipped at least two goals in five of their last six league games. It should be worth having a look at over 3.5 goals at William Hill as 83% of Stoke’s home games have gone above the goal line this term. 50% of Stoke’s home games have seen four or more goals in them. The Potters have a mixed W2 D2 L2 record at the Bet365 Stadium this season and have picked up just one win in their last five league matches there. So there hasn’t been much to cheer about. Both victories that they have managed to take on home soil have both been by a one goal margin. Stoke City conceded at least one goal in 83% of their home matches this term, while they have scored in all but one of their home league fixtures. Both teams to score at William Hill looks a good option. The Potters are on a seven match Premier League scoring streak at least but have no clean sheet in their last five on home soil.

Liverpool News and Form

Liverpool couldn’t hang on for a win against Chelsea on the weekend at Anfield having to settle for a 1-1 draw after having taken the lead in the match. The Reds though have a good W3 D1 record in their last four games and have returned eleven goals in those four games and have taken two clean sheets in that sequence. Both clean sheets though were at home and they have not taken one away from Anfield this season and so they will be at least be vulnerable to conceding in this one. Liverpool's away form is W2 D2 L2 this season and they have won one of their last three, a 4-1 victory at West Ham. 83% of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals and they have conceded at an average rate of 2.6 goals per road game this season while averaging exactly two goals per game themselves. They have struck the first goal in 8 of their 13 Premier League matches and they have Mo Salah going well in front of goal, adding his tenth league goal of the season against Chelsea on the weekend. He is a pretty decent 7/2 William Hill first goalscorer option for the game given the form that he is in in front of goal.

Stoke v Liverpool Head to Head

Liverpool have a three match winning streak going away at Stoke so are justifiable favourites for this one. All three of those wins there were by a one goal margin. The Reds have posted a W8 L2 record in their last ten games against Stoke in all competitions. Four of the wins for Liverpool in that sequence were 1-0 victories.

Stoke v Liverpool Betting Odds

Liverpool 11/20, Draw 16/5, Stoke 9/2

Stoke v Liverpool Predictions

Liverpool to win: The Reds are a short price, but they are value to go out and win this is a game in which both teams score. The Reds continue to look vulnerable at the back but have been carrying decent enough form recently to still pick up the win, even if they concede.

Liverpool v Chelsea Predictions & Betting Odds – 25th November 2017


Liverpool v Chelsea Betting Tips - Premier League 25th November 3.00pm

The Reds have strung together a three match winning streak to return to some positive form and they have rediscovered their clinical scoring touch as well. The goals are flowing from them again and they need a win in this one to pull level on points with the Blues who start the weekend in third. After some wobbles, Chelsea have pulled themselves together to put a four match winning streak together and are unbeaten in their recent travels to Anfield.

Liverpool News and Form

Following a run of Premier League where they won just one of six, Liverpool have responded well to put a three match winning streak together. They have recovered their scoring touch which has seen them get back to their best and they have netted at least three goals in wins over Huddersfield, West Ham and Southampton. Granted punters may look at that sequence and see that they haven’t faced any in-form teams. Liverpool have already lost against Man City and Tottenham while being held to a draw against Manchester United. Their only win against a top six side so far came in a big 4-0 victory over Arsenal.

Liverpool vs Chelsea 2017 Infographic

Liverpool have produced a W4 D2 at home in their six games and have landed back to back 3-0 wins there. However, it’s not likely that this game will get to that and 1-1 correct score at bet365 is the shortest priced option in the market at 6/1. Each of the last three fixtures at Anfield between Liverpool and Chelsea have ended in a 1-1 draw. Liverpool are averaging exactly two goals per game this season at home and all four of their home victories have been to nil as well. Former Chelsea man Mohamed Salah continued his great scoring form on the weekend to take him to four in his last two Premier League games and he is a strong 3/2 anytime goalscorer option.

Chelsea News and Form

Chelsea have produced four wins on the bounce following their back to back losses against Man City and Crystal Palace. During this current winning sequence, they have produced a 1-0 victory over Manchester United. They are on a three match streak of clean sheets as well and even though their defensive strengths have been questioned this season, the Blues have taken a clean sheet in half of their dozen league games this term which is pretty strong. A Chelsea clean sheet at bet365 is a price of 7/2 for the game and they do have three in their last four away games. Away from Stamford Bridge Chelsea have been strong with a W5 L1 record out on the road this season in the Premier League, scoring fourteen goals and have conceded just the four. Chelsea’s away league games have averaged three goals per game and 83% of their away games have seen at least three goals. Alvaro Morata is up to eight goals for the season and he is the 9/2 first goalscorer favourite for the match. Between them, Morata and Eden Hazard have netted five of Chelsea’s last six league goals. Three of Chelsea's away wins this season have been by a one goal margin.

Liverpool v Chelsea Head to Head

Chelsea have some positive form at Anfield as they have gone W2 D3 in their last five visits there, so they can be confident for their trip up northn and may be backed to avoid defeat in the game. They have the form there. Each of the last four between these in all competitions at Anfield have ended in a 1-1 draw so there is a pretty decent trend to consider for the fixture too.

Liverpool v Chelsea Betting Odds

Liverpool 6/5, Draw 12/5, Chelsea 11/5

Liverpool v Chelsea Predictions

Draw: Chelsea have handled themselves pretty well in their big matches so far this season and won’t be easy for Liverpool to take down in this one. The Blues have good recent form running at Anfield and another draw there between the two clubs will have the biggest appeal on the weekend.

Sevilla v Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 21st November 2017

Sevilla v Liverpool Betting Preview - UEFA Champions League 21st November 7.45pm The pressure is on both of these because there is a big prize at stake in it. Whoever wins the game will secure themselves a place in the last sixteen of the Champions League. For Liverpool, they could get there if they manage to draw while Spartak loses on the night. But this is not an easy away game now for the Premier League side because Sevilla have been a pretty handy unit on home soil and they will aim to use that home advantage to get through.

Sevilla v Liverpool Betting Tips

A huge night for both of these then because the opportunity is in front of them to go and secure qualification to the next round. A win will do that. Sevilla are only two points back of leaders Liverpool but would jump into the driving seat with a victory here, so will home advantage count for the Spaniards who earned a 2-2 draw at Anfield on match day one against Liverpool?

Sevilla vs Liverpool 2017 Infographic

Over 2.5 goals at Betfair is a price of 8/13. These two famously met up in the summer last year in the final of the UEFA Europa League. After taking the lead in the game through Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool couldn’t hold off a fightback from the Spaniards and lost 3-1. Sevilla have already won their two home games in the group so far and will seriously challenge the Reds in this one. Sevilla are a good European home side and have won six of their last eight European fixtures on home soil (D1 L1). They had stayed unbeaten at home against English before Manchester City showed up in the 2015/16 UEFA Champions League group stage. Sevilla faced English opposition last season as they beat Leicester 2-1 in last season's round of sixteen and the Andalusian club's record at home to English teams is W3 D0 L1. Sevilla have only mustered up 14 goals in 12 La Liga games this season, but they are doing alright in Europe and both teams to score at Betfair does look a good option here though and Wissam Ben Yedder, who has already scored a hattrick at home in the group stage campaign this season is the 3/2 anytime goalscorer outright favorite. Liverpool only needs a point to qualify for the next round of the competition. Importantly perhaps, they are just starting to gain a bit of winning momentum too as they have put together a four match winning streak in all competitions. Each of the four wins there have all been by a three goal margin. It’s not too probable that they are going to go and do that to Seville though. A more conservative Liverpool one goal winning margin at Betfair is a price of 7/2. Nine of their last thirteen goals in all competitions have been in the second half of games. Mohamed Salah has been a revelation for them this season and he is a 7/4 option in the anytime goalscorer market to get himself on the board. Liverpool however, haven’t been running well on Spanish soil. In their last three visits to Spain, Liverpool have lost each of those fixtures by a 1-0 scoreline. Their most recent loss there happened against Villarreal CF in their 2015/16 UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg. A Sevilla 1-0 correct score is a price 11/1 at Betfair, with a 2-1 victory for them in at 9/1. But as a positive though, Liverpool actually have a better win ratio in Spain than they do at Anfield against Spanish visitors. Liverpool’s away record against Spanish clubs is W7 D4 L5. So far on their travels in the group, Liverpool draw 1-1 at Spartak before thumping Maribor 7-0. The Premier League side have only won three of their last 15 European away games (D7 L5) though and won’t have an easy game.

Sevilla v Liverpool Betting Odds

Sevilla 6/4, Liverpool 7/4, Draw 13/5

Sevilla v Liverpool Predictions

Sevilla have to be worth a flutter here. They perhaps haven’t been quite as strong as they were expected to be but their wobbles have mostly happened out on the road this season. Liverpool won’t find this an easy away game and the Spaniards are worth backing to get a win.

Liverpool v Southampton Predictions & Betting Odds – 18th November 2017

Liverpool v Southampton Betting Preview - Premier League 18th November 3.00pm Can Liverpool continue to build some momentum? The Reds won their two games before the international break came along and are still finding themselves three points outside of the top four. They did look as if they were getting back to their clinical goal scoring best though and that could spell trouble for the Saints. Southampton are floundering down in the bottom half of the league with just one win in their last six.

Liverpool v Southampton Betting Tips

Liverpool are aiming for their third straight Premier League victory after going into the international break on the back to two wins. They needed that swing in form as well because they had won just one of their previous six games and Jurgen Klopp was starting to feel a little bit of heat. They have not lost at Anfield so far this season with a W3 D2 record from their five home games and they have scored nine goals in those five fixtures, conceding just the one. Liverpool to win to nil at bet365 is probably going to have a lot of appeal because it doesn’t look as if Southampton are going to turn up and terrorise the Reds’ defence. Under 2.5 goals at 23/20 could well offer some great value too. This would be the first time this season that Liverpool have won three league games in a row if they can pull it off.

Last Six Premier League Head to Head

Liverpool 0 - 0 Southampton Southampton 0 - 0 Liverpool Southampton 3 - 2 Liverpool Liverpool 1 - 1 Southampton Southampton 0 - 2 Liverpool Liverpool 2 - 1 Southampton There were two 0-0 draws between Liverpool and Southampton in the Premier League last season, not exciting games at all. In the bet365 correct score market for this one, the Liverpool 2-0 option is a great 13/2 price, with the 1-0 home win at 15/2. Liverpool have been level at half time in all but one of their home games this season in the top flight and a half time draw in this one isn’t a bad option at a price of 6/4 with bet365. But building on from that probability, you could push towards a Draw/Liverpool half time/full time bet at bet365 which is trading at a price of 3/1. Top scorer for Liverpool this season is Mohamed Salah with a seven goal haul but no player has managed to score more than two goals at home for the Reds this season. Salah is the 6/5 anytime goalscorer favourite. Liverpool are winless in their last four league games against Southampton.

Current League Form (most recent last)

Liverpool WDDLWW Southampton LLDWDL Whilst the Saints have enjoyed a bit of decent Premier League form against Liverpool recently, punters will have a hard time trusting them to come up with something in this away fixture. They are big underdogs for it. Southampton are on a sequence of form which has seen them take just the one win in their last six league games and that victory was a 1-0 scrape against West Brom at home. The Saints haven't clicked offensively at all the season and have netted only the nine Premier League goals in their eleven league games this season. They have failed to score in five matches this season and just before the international break they suffered a disappointing home loss against Burnley. Southampton have claimed only one away victory this season, a 1-0 triumph at Crystal Palace and overall have gone only W1 D2 L1 on the road. Manolo Gabbiadini is the top scorer for Southampton this season with a third of their nine league goals. He is a pretty big 11/4 price to score in this fixture just because Southampton don’t create much going forward to give him chances. Out on their top flight travels, this season Southampton have only netted three goals and two of them have been in the first half of their games. These two sides did meet four times last season and those games only produced a total of two goals over their league and EFL Cup clashes. The Saints won both cup games 1-0 but that’s a huge 20/1 correct score option for this league fixture. Southampton may have only lost one of their last seven games against the Reds in all competitions now (W2 D4 L1) but it’s hard to see anything more than a draw at the very best for them.

Liverpool v Southampton Betting Odds

Liverpool 4/11, Draw 19/5, Southampton 7/1

Liverpool v Southampton Predictions

Liverpool to win: Southampton are not a threat at all and they are really struggling for an edge this season. They may at least offer up some resistance in the early stages by Liverpool can go and pick them off. Liverpool to win to nil looks value as the Saints won’t give them too many problems.