Bournemouth vs Liverpool – Premier League : After a weak start on the Premier League, Bournemouth has been showing some evolution and they can already be more competitive.
Despite being winless for 5 consecutive matches at the moment. Despite the loss to the almighty Manchester United in Old Trafford, the feeling that Eddie Howe’s team performance left was very good,
because they were better than the hosts for the most part of the match, getting very close to avoiding the loss in Manchester.
Adam Federici, Tyrone Mings and Brad Smith are injured and will be absent in this match.
After two good wins away from home, Liverpool returned to showing their typical inconsistency, and ended up drawing the 2 matches they played at Anfield,
although one of them was in the derby against Everton, but still, especially because of the matches in question, it was very frustrating for them to only get 2 points in that streak of matches.
That has hurt them in the league table, with the team being overlapped by Tottenham and losing their position in the top 4.
Adam Bogdan, Nathaniel Clyne, Joel Matip and Alberto Moreno are absences due to injury, while Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge are still doubtful.
I liked Bournemouth’s posture on the last round against Manchester United in Old Trafford. Obviously, Lukaku’s goal before the 30th minute forced the visiting team to adopt a more attacking posture,
but still, it was surprising to see the visiting team being closer to the draw than United to increasing their advantage, considering the difference in terms of investment between the two teams.
As for Liverpool, they’ve had a very atypical match against WBA, with Jurgen Klopp fielding the offensive quarter that everyone expected (Coutinho, Mané, Salah and Firmino),
but the reply on the pitch wasn’t the best, although the visiting team also deserve some credit, especially the goalkeeper Foster.
Bournemouth vs Liverpool – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Despite both teams failing to score on the last round, I like the Both Teams to Score bet here in this match. I don’t need to speak about Liverpool’s great offensive firepower, that should at least score their goal,
and Bournemouth has been managing to score a good average of goals on their last matches. Adding that to the fact that the visiting team’s defence is very insecure,
I believe we will have a good chance to see both teams getting on the scoresheet.
|Both teams to score||