Tottenham v Liverpool - Aussie Soccer Betting Tips
Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Offers and Tips
Every club in the Premier League would love to be in the Champions League. It brings huge riches and the chance to play against the best teams in the world, but it is not without its challenges.
Tottenham and Liverpool will have just a couple of days training to prepare for their meeting at Wembley Stadium coming off the back of their midweek European action.
At least they have some momentum from their away games.
Spurs fought valiantly for a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid and could have got the win while Liverpool showed their attacking class by putting Maribor to the sword in a 7-0 triumph.
The players and management will be buoyant after those results but which team will be smiling after 90 minutes at Wembley?
Unpredictable Liverpool Can Battle for a Point
It’s no secret that Tottenham don’t quite feel at home yet at Wembley Stadium. It’s been tough for Mauricio Pochettino’s team to get used to their temporary home, especially after the incredible form they showed over the last couple of seasons at White Hart Lane.
At least talk of a Wembley curse has been put to bed recently.
Spurs won their first Champions League game at Wembley against Dortmund and they claimed their first three Premier League victory at the national stadium against Bournemouth last weekend.
While everybody connected with Tottenham knows they’ve got one of the best young managers in the world at the helm, Liverpool fans are starting to have doubts about Jurgen Klopp.
The German has faced continued questions this season about his team’s poor defensive record, the main reason why Liverpool won just three of their eight Premier League matches. More optimistic Liverpool fans would point to the fact that they’ve only lost the one game and that’s a record we think will stay intact after Sunday’s match.
So, take the $3.60 that Centrebet are quoting on the draw. It may also be worth backing the 2-2 correct score which is $13 with Bet365.
Entertainment Expected at Wembley
Liverpool have some top quality attacking players and they should be able to make up for any defensive shortcomings. Spurs too have a plethora of options going forwards so we are expecting goals at Wembley.
From a betting perspective, the first place to turn is backing over 2.5 goals which is $1.68 with Unibet.
The primary concern for Pochettino and Klopp is that their players will tire as the game goes on. They’ll have to carefully manage that from a defensive point of view but it also provides opportunities for players off the bench to make the difference.
You can capitalise on fresh legs getting the better of tired defenders by betting on the second half having more goals than the first at $2 with Sportsbet.
Two England Players to Get on the Scoresheet
You’ve certainly got a big choice of players if you’re looking to get involved in the scorer markets on Sunday.
Liverpool are without potentially their most important player, Sadio Mané, through injury but they had no problem racking up the goals in Slovenia.
Of all the players who scored against Maribor, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was the most delighted as he broke his duck for his new team. The England midfielder has had a tough start to his Liverpool career but that goal will give him confidence and with his pace and dribbling ability he could well cause problems off the bench so back Oxlade-Chamberlain to score at $6.50 with Unibet.
From a Tottenham perspective, Dele Alli looks good value to score at $3.30 with Sportsbet. He missed out on the Real Madrid game through injury and will be desperate to get back into the action in a big game.
Tottenham v Liverpool Top Betting Tips
Match result draw at $3.60 with Centrebet
2-2 correct score at $13 with Bet365
Over 2.5 goals at $1.68 with Unibet
Second half to have most goals at $2 with Sportsbet
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to score at $6.50 with Unibet