Salzburg vs Liverpool – UEFA Champions League:Salzburg and Liverpool face off this Tuesday afternoon at the Red Bull Arena
Salzburg vs Liverpool – On a match of the last round of the Champions League’s group stage.
Salzburg is in 1st place of the Austrian league with 43 points conquered, thanks to a record of 13 victories, 4 draws and 0 losses.
Their goalscoring ratio counts with 64 goals scored and 16 goals conceded, with the team presenting an average of 4.7 goals per match.
Their record at home has been strong, with the team getting 8 wins on the 9 rounds played as hosts. On the last round, they’ve gotten a victory by 5-1 on the reception to Tirol.
Liverpool occupy the 1st place of the Premier League with 46 points conquered, thanks to a record of 15 victories, 1 draw and 0 losses. Their goalscoring ratio counts with 40 goals scored and 14 goals conceded, which results on an average of 3.4 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been very good, with the team getting 7 wins on the 8 rounds played away from Anfield. On the last round, the team has gotten a victory by 3-0 on the trip to Bournemouth.
I believe we will see the double chance in favour of Liverpool being a winner, on a match where the “Over 2.5 Goals” line should also be surpassed.
They are undoubtedly one of the 2/3 best teams in the world right now and they’ve been making a very good campaign so far, only having suffered 1 defeat on the 25 matches they’ve played.
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Salzburg vs Liverpool – Betting Tips: :
Salzburg vs Liverpool – Betting Tip and Prediction:
In case they win, they automatically ensure the 1st place of the group, if they draw, they ensure they go through onto the next stage and a loss can even mean the elimination of the current European champions. Salzburg presents a lot of quality and on the European matches they tend to give good replies, even against superior teams. Similarly to their opponents, the Austrians also have great offensive arguments and therefore conditions to help out on the “Over”, although they should still be unable to break Liverpool’s invincibility streak that Liverpool has been on for 3 months already.
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