On paper, having won seven league matches on the spin, Liverpool should be a home banker to continue their title push with a victory as they host Tottenham, especially as Brendan Rodgers’s charges have also registered 13 victories and lost just once in their 15 Anfield outings this season.
However, the Reds looked a touch wobbly in the latter stages of the midweek clash with struggling Sunderland and as the visitors possess an outstanding away record, Paddy Power’s 1/2 about a home success is perhaps a touch on the skinny side.
It follows that Spurs are slightly overpriced at 13/2 with bet365, although as the North London outfit haven’t exactly convinced of late it’s still hard to recommend a flutter on them gleaning anything from their daunting trip.
Ultimately then, it isn’t easy to find the value on Merseyside, particularly when prolific strike pair Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge are just 8/11 (Stan James) and evens (Ladbrokes) respectively to net at some stage.
It certainly looks like a clash in which both teams will find the net (8/13, Skybet) and with that in mind, it’s worth considering a wager on Liverpool, at 7/4 via William Hill, to triumph but also concede.
For heftier returns meanwhile, Stan James quote 4/1 for Rodgers’s side to triumph either 2-1 or 3-1.
Liverpool to win 2-1 or 3-1 – 4/1 (Stan James)