We’re focusing on Liverpool vs Man Utd for our latest Build A Bet tips and are eyeing a 6/1 pay-out on Sunday’s top-of-the-table Premier League clash.
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Here’s our advice on how to get a nice windfall from this weekend’s Anfield blockbuster:
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
This pick would have paid off in three of the last five renewals of this fixture and current form makes it a good place to start. Liverpool are the division’s top scorers on home turf, netting an average of three goals per game at Anfield. United are out in front when it comes to away strikes on 22 from seven road trips and will be hoping to capitalise on their opponents’ injury problems at the back.
LIVERPOOL MOST CORNERS
Jurgen Klopp’s side are leading the way in this category this term with a tally of 114, while United are down in 11th place on 86. Last season, Liverpool were second only to Manchester City, with United eighth, 53 behind, so those stats are hard to ignore.
MAN UTD MOST BOOKINGS
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have picked up 73 yellow cards this term, the fifth-highest total in the top flight, with Liverpool receiving the fewest number of cautions on 38. The hosts have had one dismissal, whereas their visitors are yet to have anyone sent off, but this is still a percentage pick, especially with the game being played on Merseyside.
LUKE SHAW TO BE CARDED
The 25-year-old was shown a yellow card for a bad foul on Mohammed Salah at Anfield 12 months ago and will again be put under extreme pressure by the Egypt winger. Shaw’s recent disciplinary record is also poor, picking up bookings in his last three appearances versus Aston Villa, Burnley and Manchester City, taking his tally for the season to seven. Others came against Tottenham, Chelsea, RB Leipzig and Everton, so big games do tend to get to the left-back.
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