Bet that VAR and the Anfield factor can find the sweet spot for punters this afternoon.
Given a murky set of wider forecasts, it’s tough graft for punters.
So take the 6/1 (Bet365) ‘Liverpool score a penalty’ , put your feet up and enjoy.
Jurgen Klopp reckons he’s working too hard. He should try my other gig, trotting behind the Rees-Moggs with the bucket and shovel.
Runs in the family. And there’s been a Hankin mopping ’em up best we can since Tudor times.
I’ve got chronic ‘dung lung’ and blisters like fried eggs, but, as Master Jacob always says, I’m not very clever so it hardly matters does it?
Magical Mo Salah has been doing a lot of thankless spade work recently too.
His luck will turn – the 7/4 (Fred) ‘Salah anytime scorer’ is too big.
But at Bournemouth they produced what the data boffins classify as ‘sod all’, and were paid in full.
Brighton ’s visit (2pm) rates as a test, but Marcus Rashford is finding plenty of the right answers now, with goals in five of his last seven games for club and country.
The 15/2 (Paddy) ‘Rashford scores two or more’ just about adds up as a fun longshot.
The first rule of Midlands fight club is back the DRAW, bab.
Take the 11/4 (Sky, BetVic) for a stalemate when Aston Villa go to Wolves (2pm) – the Wanderers’ record on their returns from Europa land reads W1 D5 L1 so far.
But chuck in an scorer longshot who looks a good fit for Villa’s aerial wobbles. Big Romain Saiss is worth a nibble at 15/2 (Paddy, Hills) ‘anytime scorer’.