Betting Tips

Premier League – 7/1 Bet Builder: Atletico Madrid v Liverpool

The Champions League is back with a bang on Tuesday as Liverpool travel to Madrid for a humdinger of a Group Stage fixture.

Who will gain the bragging rights inside the Wanda?

Check out our tempting 7/1 Bet Builder here:

  • Over 2.5 goals
  • Liverpool or Draw Double Chance
  • Mohamed Salah to score anytime
  • Luis Suarez over 2.5 shots

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Atletico Madrid v Liverpool Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Over 2.5 goals

Liverpool’s last four matches have seen 21 goals, averaging over five per match.

Atleti can defend well but will struggle to pin down the visitors fluid attack.

At least three goals inside the Wanda looks likely on Tuesday evening in a slug-fest.

Liverpool or Draw Double Chance

Liverpool’s form of late is scary.

Klopp’s men are unbeaten since their last trip to Madrid – a 3-1 loss to Real back in April in the last eight of last season’s Champions League.

Atleti have only lost one of their last 10 but don’t look as dominant as the Reds.

Laying the home win looks sensible here.

Mohamed Salah to score anytime

Mohamed Salah has score two Goal of the Season contenders in his last two outings for Liverpool.

The 29-year-old is continuing to give defences nightmares and Atleti’s shouldn’t be any different.

Picking Salah out of anyone to score on Tuesday is a no-brainer considering how lethal he is looking.

Luis Suarez over 2.5 shots

Luis Suarez will be bang up for Tuesday’s match against his former side.

The Uruguayan can often be greedy in front of goal, and at least three shots on Tuesday looks a solid option.

The 34-year-old has scored six in his last seven for club and country.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.