This week we are aiming to extend our winning streak to 3 and after the thrilling draw with Everton in the Merseyside derby this time out Liverpool are away to Hull City and is going to be a brave punter who puts their money on a home win at odds of 5/1 across-the-board.
This week we are aiming to extend our winning streak to three and after the thrilling draw with Everton in the Merseyside derby this time out Liverpool are away to Hull City and it is going to be a brave punter who puts their money on a home win at odds of 5/1 across-the-board.
After what seems like an eternity of woodwork hitting the Reds are finally starting to find the back of the net and with a strikeforce of Sturridge and Suarez in redhot form you have to be betting on an away win here at odds of 4 to 6 with Coral.
The news this week that the manager Brendan Rodgers is looking to bring in Bertrand from Chelsea as cover for the injured Enrique in the January transfer window shows just how quickly the Reds are progressing. I thought Flanagan was Liverpool’s best player against Everton and this kid has a bright future ahead of him.
In the pre season documentary “being Liverpool” Brendan Rodgers was heard to tell Flanagan that he wasn’t the type of player to be pushing forward but on this evidence he clearly is and has improved remarkably since last season. Even more impressive was the fact that he was playing on the left side of defence and I am expecting him to keep his starting place against Hull.
Backing Liverpool to win at 4 to 6 though is not very exciting (£10 returns £16.67) and so to spice things up we should be looking at predicting the correct score.
With the Liverpool goalkeeper Mignolet in absolutely outstanding form I’m going to back him to keep a clean sheet this time out and the Reds to win 0-2 seems like a reasonable bet – that will give you odds of 7 to 1 at Bet Victor which will return £80 for your £10 bet.
Another eye-catching bet is the 28 to 1 on offer from BetVictor that Liverpool win this game 4-0, £10 wins £290 and that’s the bet I’m going to make this week.
In years gone by we would be looking at this fixture in trepidation, more in hope than expectation but the continuing great form of the two strikers mean that a hatful of goals are a distinct possibility.
So for the cautious among you a Liverpool win at 4/6 is the bet to make whilst for those who won’t miss a tenner this week getting on a Liverpool victory at 3 or 4 to nil is the value bet.