Liverpool vs Shrewsbury – FA Cup :Liverpool has 9 victories and 1 draw on the last 10 matches
Liverpool vs Shrewsbury –With a total of 21 goals scored (2.1 goals per match) and only 3 goals conceded (0.3 goals per match).
Only 1 team scored in 80% of the matches, on this case Liverpool, and 60% of them ended with “Under 2.5 Goals”.
On the last 10 matches, Shrewsbury has 1 victory, 5 draws and 4 losses, with a total of 9 goals scored (0.9 goals per match) and 14 goals conceded (1.4 goals per match).
In 60% of the matches, both teams scored and 70% of them finished with “Under 2.5 Goals”.
On the last meeting between the two sides, we saw an incredible 2-2 draw at Shrewsbury’s Stadium in the FA Cup.
This is the replay of the 4th round of the FA Cup and on the first meeting, Shrewsbury managed to counter the colossus Liverpool at home, even without their usual starters, and they were able to snatch a 2-2 draw.
On this 2nd match, I don’t expect the same thing to happen, despite the visiting side trying to take advantage of the fact that the home side needs to rotate some players once again.
We should see a much more offensive approach from the Reds, as we get closer to the next stage of the Champions League, and they will try to decide the match still during the first half.
It won’t be such a balanced match as the first one, taking into consideration that Liverpool will still be heavily supported by their fans.
The maximum that the visitors could make is countering Liverpool’s offensive prowess as much as possible and we should see a much more defensive approach here from them, with more ball possession for the team and they will try to take advantage of some counter-attack situations once again.
This is a complicated streak of matches for them and they are hoping to react in this match already to leave the relegation spots.
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Liverpool vs Shrewsbury – Betting Tips: :
I believe that sooner or later Liverpool will score in this match, even during the first 45 minutes of the match, and a victory from the Reds at the end of the 90 minutes should be the most probable outcome.
Therefore, my selection will be on the victory from the home side.