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Liverpool Betting Odds & Free Bets


What a season 2018/19 was for Liverpool. The Reds won the Champions League for an amazing sixth time and took the fight for the Premier League title right down to the final day of the season.

Although they just about fell short in the title race, Liverpool are looking as strong as ever this time around. They’ll have to fight against the bookies’ odds and one of the best Premier League sides of all time in Manchester City but Jurgen Klopp’s men have shown that you write them off at your peril.

Liverpool Premier League Betting Odds

888Sport are quoting 11/4 on Liverpool finally getting their hands on the Premier League title. That leaves Manchester City as the only team shorter than Liverpool but can the Reds do enough to wrestle the title from the Citizens’ hands?

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Liverpool Team Info & Stats

Liverpool Champions League Betting Odds

The Champions League is a very special competition for Liverpool. They are the most successful English club in Europe’s premier tournament and have made it to each of the last two finals.

As you’d expect, the defending champions feature high up the outright betting for the Champions League at 15/2. Liverpool’s attacking quality and never-say-die attitude makes them an excellent cup team and they should make it to the latter stages in Europe once again.

Liverpool Outright Betting Odds

Betting against Manchester City winning the Premier League is a bold move. However, Liverpool’s price of 11/4 with 888Sport looks like good value to us. At the very least, it would be a surprise if that price didn’t get shorter during the season which provides a trading opportunity given the number of bookies who offer cash out on their outrights.

Jurgen Klopp may choose not to prioritise the domestic cups again given the amount of football Liverpool will play so concentrate on the Premier League and Champions Leauge if you’re backing the Reds for more glory.

Liverpool Tips and Predictions

Liverpool are sure to push Manchester City very hard at the top of the Premier League title. Truthfully though, even the most ardent Liverpool fan would be surprised if they were able to go the whole league campaign losing just one match and reaching 97 points again.

The question is, will Man City be able to hack the pace they set?

Liverpool are a top class team from front to back but we feel they may just fall short of the league title again. That said, they should be able to finish second which is no disgrace at all.

Liverpool Team Leaderboard Stats

Check who are the top leading players for the leading categories on the Premier League for Liverpool, just click on the ‘Goals’, ‘Assists’ and ‘Cards’ tabs to see the top players for each category.

Liverpool Transfers

Below are the players who have moved in and out of Old Trafford this summer.

Players In

Player From Fee
Adrian West Ham Free Transfer
Sepp van den Berg PEC Zwolle £1.7m
Harvey Elliott Fulham Free

Players Out

Player From Fee
Danny Ings Southampton £20m
Marko Grujic Hertha Berlin Loan
Alberto Moreno Villarreal Free
Daniel Sturridge Unattached
Adam Bogdan Unattached
Sheyi Ojo Rangers Loan

Liverpool Current Squad

Player Age Nationality Market Value
Alisson (goalkeeper) 26 Brazilian £72m
Simon Mignolet (goalkeeper) 31 Belgian £7m
Virgil van Dijk (defender) 28 Dutch £81m
Joe Gomez (defender) 22 English £32m
Joel Matip (defender) 27 German £27m
Dejan Lovren (defender) 30 Serbian £18m
Sepp van den Berg (defender) 17 Dutch £1.8m
Andrew Robertson (defender) 25 Scottish £54m
Trent Alexander-Arnold (defender) 20 English £72m
Nathaniel Clyne (midfielder) 28 English £10m
Fabinho (midfielder) 25 Brazilian £45m
Naby Keita (midfielder) 24 Guinean £54m
Georginio Wijnaldum (midfielder) 28 Dutch £45m
Jordan Henderson (midfielder) 29 English £31m
James Milner (midfielder) 33 English £14m
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (midfielder) 25 English £32m
Adam Lallana (midfielder) 31 English £14m
Sadio Mane (forward) 27 Senegalese £108m
Ben Woodburn (forward) 19 Welsh £4.5m
Mohamed Salah (forward) 27 Egyptian £135m
Xherdan Shaqiri (forward) 27 Swiss £22m
Harry Wilson (forward) 22 Welsh £11m
Harvey Elliott (forward) 16 English £1m
Roberto Firmino (forward) 27 Brazilian £72m
Divock Origi (forward) 24 Belgian £18m

 

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