Match Preview: Man City vs LFC

Liverpool’s away form is better than at home, and they look value at 3.25 with Betfred in the draw/no bet market in tonight’s game against table toppers Man City.

Kenny Dalglish’s side have kept four clean sheets in their last six PL away games and have lost just once in their last 14 matches.

They also have a good record against City, who’ve beaten them just once in 13 meetings, and with Steven Gerard now back edging back to full fitness and Luis Suarez expected to return after his one match ban there is every chance that they will come away with at least one point if not all three.

Roberto Mancini’s men have lost that “invincible” look they had as sides have now learned to stop them  with the fluency of the first three months of the season.

The come into this on the back of a poor draw against West Brom and a shock 1-0 defeat at the hands of Sunderland at the Stadium of Light and that augurs well for Liverpool’s chances as their defence is one of the best in the league at present

If City they play the same as they did in those two games then I fancy Liverpool to take advantage and they certainly look to have been underestimated by bookmakers and they certainly look overpriced at 4.5 with Betfred and Paddy Power.

However better value surely lies in backing them in the draw/no bet market at 3.25 with Betfred, as  12 of the last 13 games between the two sides and it covers that possible outcome whilst still offering decent odds if they go on and bag all three points.

In the first goalscorer market I like the look of Suarez at 8 with *bet365, and at 12 with the same firm Gerrard looks worthy of a small saver.

If your fancy playing in the correct score market a 2-1 win for Liverpool makes most appeal at 17 with Betfred.

*bet365 have a special free bet offer on this match. If you place a pre-match bet they will give you a free In-Play bet to the same stake.

To qualify for your free In-Play bet, simply place a bet before kick-off, then once the game starts place another bet on any In-Play market. If your FIRST In-Play bet loses we will refund this stake, up to the same value as your largest pre-match bet (max £50*).

 

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  • Media

    does any one actually realise that “odds” have sweet FA to do with footy, or has everyone on the net sold their opinions (& soul) to bookies?

  • crooked wisdom

    The house always wins.

  • 3PhDs

    By accepting the Suarez ban, Liverpool is condoning and accepting racism. After all, they employed Suarez. Suarez should leave because he cannot and should not play for a racist club.
     
    The reasons I say the above is below…
     
    NEGRO is not a racist word. The United States Census Bureau announced that “Negro” would be included on the 2010 United States Census alongside “Black” and “African-American” – does that mean the US government promotes and condones racism?
     
    The trouble here is the judgement has been made by 3 individuals who probably have never experienced a second of true racism in their lives. They are a joke and disgrace to the United Kingdom.
     
    THE FA OF ENGLAND IS THE RACIST PARTY HERE, NOT LUIS SUAREZ!