League leaders Liverpool are set to take on Newcastle at Anfield in the early game this Saturday, 14th September. The Reds are the only team with a 100% record in the EPL and have scored six goals in their last two matches. It would appear that Liverpool have too much quality for Newcastle and they should secure a comfortable win and there is no surprise that they are the bookie favourite.
Liverpool Betting Tips
Liverpool were rampant in their previous Premier League fixture as they claimed a 3-0 victory at Burnley. They took a first half lead through Chris Wood’s unfortunate own goal before efforts from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino sealed the win for the Reds.
Jurgen Klopp’s men remain the only team with a 100% record this season and have won their last 13 Premier League matches stretching back to last term. They are priced at 1.14 for a win on Saturday but having scored 12 goals already this season, a handicap bet should offer more value. we are recommending Away -1 handicap bet is pegged at 1.40 while Away -2 handicap offers good value at 2.00.
Mohamed Salah has scored eight goals in his last 10 Premier League matches and is likely to start in attack on Saturday. He should be joined by regular partners Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane who have scored two goals each this season. Liverpool have 72 wins and 38 draws while Newcastle have claimed 42 victories from 152 previous matches. The Reds have won the last three meetings including a 3-2 victory in the corresponding fixture last season with Mohamed Salah getting one of the goals.
Saturday’s clash is likely to be a one-sided affair with Liverpool on a 13 match winning run while Newcastle have struggled lately. The Reds should secure a comfortable victory and are backed in the -2 handicap market at odds of 2.00.
Mohamed Salah will be the one to watch for Liverpool having made a fine start to season. As the Egyptian forward has scored in his last three matches against Newcastle and will be confident of once again getting on the score sheet on Saturday, we recommend a bet for Salah and Mane both to score at enhanced odds of 4.00 and Virgil Van Dijk To Score A Header at enhanced odds of 12.00.
Newcastle Betting Tips
Newcastle were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Watford last time out in the Premier League. They fell behind early in the match but struck back four minutes before half time through defender Fabian Schar.
The Magpies have struggled at the start of the season with just one win in their opening four matches. Steve Bruce’s men are not favoured to get a result at Anfield with a win priced at 15.00, while a draw is valued at odds of 8.00 by the bookies. Goals have been a problem for Newcastle having scored just three times in four matches this season.
Big summer signing Joelington has found the net just once while Miguel Almiron is yet to score for the Magpies since joining in January. With both players finding it difficult and still attempting to adapt to life in the Premier League, they aren’t expected to get any joy against a solid Liverpool defence. A bet worth trying is for Newcastle to win the first half at odds of 11.00 and both teams to score and Liverpool to win at odds of 2.50. We are also giving a recommendation of Over 2 Goals, Over 3 Cards, Over 10 Corners at enhanced odds of 10.00.
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