We’re set for a Champions League cracker tonight as Liverpool take on Villarreal in their semi-final first leg.
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- Luis Diaz to score or assist
- Arnaut Danjuma to have 1 or more shots on target
- Etienne Capoue to be shown a card
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Luis Diaz to score or assist
Luis Diaz has looked a smart recruit since arriving at Anfield in January, and he’s been red hot in the month of April.
The Colombian has been involved in five goals in his last six appearances for Liverpool, including a goal and an assist against Manchester United, and he looks a big price to be involved in a goal at some point tonight.
Arnaut Danjuma to have 1 or more shots on target
Having scored in both legs in the previous round against Bayern Munich, Villarreal will be confident of being competitive against a Liverpool side that has conceded in seven of their Champions League matches.
And the main attacking threat will come from Arnaut Danjuma has scored six Champions League goals so far this season – take the Dutch striker to register at least one shot on target tonight.
Etienne Capoue to be shown a card
Villarreal have picked up at least one booking in nine of their last 10 Champions League matches, and with so much on the line this evening, it would be no shock to see them rack up the cards.
And Etienne Capoue is no stranger to the referee’s notebook – the combative midfielder has already clocked up eight cards across all competitions this season.