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Spurs are apparently going to challenge for the title. Harry Redknapp is a genius.
Liverpool are having an awful season. Roy Hodgson should already have filled in a P45.
The two teams are just three points apart in the top flight, but the level of fan satisfaction is completely polarised.
It might surprise a lot of people to hear (read) it, but Liverpool’s Premier League form in the last six games is actually the second best in the Premier League – after Manchester United.
Of course, seeing as Roy Hodgson has told Dani Pacheco that he needs to perform in the first team in order to permanently earn a place in the starting XI, woe betide him.
Let’s all feel sorry for ourselves in the desperate storm that presides over Anfield. Or not.
I’m here to lift that dark mist, with an enormous leaf blower that will blow all the fog away. And afterwards it will reveal a big pile of cash.
I’m Leroy Paine.
That’s not to say Liverpool will win. Or that they won’t.
Bear with me.
Roy Hodgson has been talking up Fabio Aurelio as a midfielder this week, and I think that’s a strong indication he will start the match on the Liverpool left.
Given his ability from free kicks, I think SportingBet’s 22/1 for first goalscorer or 8/1 anytime looks a potential wildcard.
Liverpool have been excellent at home in the Premier League this season. Their record of four wins, two draws and a single defeat at Anfield has resulted in over 75% of their points.
Naturally though, this means that their away form is useless.
A home win for Tottenham seems the most likely then, and with Liverpool having conceded 3 goals to Manchester City, Manchester United and 2 to Everton and Stoke, betting on a Spurs win at the handicap of -1 with SportingBet at 14/5 seems far more attractive.
Given that Spurs have won the most points from a losing position of any team in the league, my tip is 11/2 with SportingBet for the team scores first to lose the match. That bet applies to both teams at once – not just Tottenham – so if Liverpool go in ten down at half time, an inspirational Hodgson team talk would still win you the money.
All likelihood indicates that Gareth Bale will be up against Glen Johnson on the flank, but with Dirk Kuyt back in form, he will get plenty of help. When Bale has had a team double up against him, he has struggled massively.
Similarly with two left backs on the Liverpool left up against Aaron Lennon and Alan Hutton, perhaps they might struggle to create there either.
These big matches are almost always a massive let down anyway. SportingBet give generous odds of 9-1 for a 0-0 draw.
I say snap their hand off. Not literally, that’s a brutal maiming.
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