Liverpool struck a decisive Europa League blow last Thursday when beating Manchester United 2-0 and Jurgen Klopp’s team are no bigger than 1/9 (bet365) to claim their place in the quarter-finals.
It looks a tall order for the Red Devils who served up an insipid performance at Anfield, with the bookies going 6/1 (Paddy Power) about United somehow making it through and they’ll need to potentially win the second leg by three goals to qualify.
Sky Bet offer 11/8 that Louis van Gaal’s team win on the night and you can get 28/1 with BetVictor that United claim a 3-0 victory to overturn the 2-0 deficit on the night and have Old Trafford bouncing.
Liverpool will look to score at least one goal which will mean United need four and you can back an away victory at 19/10 (Ladbrokes) which actually makes plenty of appeal.
The home side will have to go on the front foot and that could leave them exposed against a team who have shown they can move the ball quickly. William Hill offer 4/1 that Liverpool lead at half-time and full-time, with the Reds having triumphed at Stamford Bridge and the Etihad already this term.
Daniel Sturridge is an 11/2 chance (Winner) to break the deadlock, with youngster Marcus Rashford available at 13/2 (bet365) to open the scoring for what should be an intriguing match as United go chasing the tie from kick-off.
We should see plenty of goals and a 3-2 win for Liverpool can be backed at 35/1 (BetVictor). Klopp won’t mind conceding as long as his team keep racking up the away goals and it might start getting a bit desperate for United.
The score draw is our bet of the match at 18/5 with Betvictor
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur are practically out of the Europa League after being completely owned at Signal Iduna Park last week.
It didn’t help that Mauricio Pochettino fielded a weakened team against one of the better teams in Europe, with Spurs essentially falling on their swords to focus on Premier League matters instead.
Trailing 3-0 from the first leg means BetVictor are prepared to go 25/1 about Tottenham qualifying for the last eight of the competition, with Dortmund’s celebrations after that first game telling you everything you need to know.
Pochettino will probably field another average team and the 13/10 about Dortmund winning at White Hart Lane looks a decent shout, with Thomas Tuchel looking to continue the winning habit.
Spurs are 21/10 with William Hill to claim a victory on the night and they won’t want to disappoint supporters who will attend in the hope of seeing a decent performance considering they roundly beat Fiorentina in the last round.
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