Betting Tips

BTTS is definitely a worthwhile market to look at, with Betfair

A close game such as this can actually be very good news for a punter, because there are lots of very good odds on offer. With West Ham and Liverpool meeting in their current situations, that is no surprise because there is no clear winner.

The Hammers have struggled in big games at home all season, while Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have stumbled against teams lower in the division, particularly away from home. Both teams to score is a good option because each like to attack and can cause different problems. Any result is possible, and while our Premier League betting tip is a draw, it really could go either way.

Slaven Bilic’s men put a stop to their poor string on results against top sides by beating Tottenham at home on Friday, so this could be one of the worst times for the Reds to be heading to the London Stadium. Liverpool have struggled at home in recent weeks, losing to Crystal Palace and drawing with Southampton, but beating Watford may just give them some confidence coming into this one.

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BTTS is definitely a worthwhile market to look at, with Betfair offering 15/2 on West Ham to win and 23/10 on Liverpool to win. The Reds’ injury problems have left them struggling for goals recently, particularly because the supply line to the strikers is being cut off, But they definitely have the quality to find the net, especially if the likes of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino can make use of the big pitch at the home of the Hammers.

It remains to be seen as to whether Divock Origi will start after the stalemate with Southampton last week, but he is 9/2 to score first, along with Coutinho, Daniel Sturridge and Firmino. Adam Lallana, at 11/5 to score any time with Betfair, is a fantastic price considering the impact he has on Liverpool’s attacking intent when he is fit. Andy Carroll can be found at the same price for West Ham.