Liverpool vs Genk – UEFA Champions League:Liverpool is an English club that occupies the 1st place of the Premier League
with 31 points conquered on 11 matches.
And that on this Champions League occupy the 2nd place of the group with 6 points conquered in 3 matches played.
Liverpool are the current champions of this competition but this season, the big focus is on the Premier League, that
Liverpool has been failing to conquer for several years.
Besides that, Liverpool wants to advance in the Champions League and winning this match leaves their path open for that qualification.
They’ve only lost away from home against Napoli, having then won at home against Salzburg and also having won in
Belgium on their last match, where they’ve won comfortably by 4-1. This match antecedes the most awaited match of the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City.
Genk is a Belgian side that occupies the 8th place of the Jupiler League with 20 points conquered in 13 matches. In the Champions League, they occupy the last place of the group with only 1 point conquered in 3 matches.
That point was conquered at home on the reception to Napoli on a match that finished with a 0-0 draw.
Genk this year is at a giant distance from what they were playing like last year and the most certain scenario is for the team to finish the group stage in last place, that way finishing out of the European spots.
Genk has been showing a lot of difficulties and even at home, on the reception to Liverpool, they ended up being battered. On the weekend, they’ve lost by 2-0 away from home in the league and their moment of form is quite negative before this trip to Liverpool.
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Liverpool vs Genk – Betting Tips: :
I don’t see the slightest possibility of the Belgians to cause problems to Liverpool. Klopp’s side, although they are focused on the Premier League, certainly won’t waste the opportunity of winning this match and almost putting themselves on the 8th finals of this competition. Liverpool is clearly superior and here I expect a strong start from the hosts, forcing the opponents to a more defensive area and taking advantage of that to create a lot of goalscoring chances. They should score early and manage the advantage because they are facing Manchester City on the next weekend. I’ll definitely take Liverpool to be in the lead at half-time because I believe we will see an attacking avalanche from them during the first 45 minutes.