Betting: Enhanced odds on Liverpool to beat Southampton

ShareClose Comments
Jurgen Klopp's men are red-hot favourites to win their EFL Cup semi-final second leg at Anfield but new Paddy Power customers can take a huge 7/1

Liverpool have faltered in recent weeks but the Merseyside club can secure a place in the first domestic final of the season if they can beat Southampton at Anfield on Wednesday night.

Saints established a 1-0 advantage after the first leg but Claude Puel's men could rue several very presentable chances at St Mary's, especially given their poor record on the road.

Liverpool Swansea Roberto Firmino

Unsurprisingly, the home side are just 1/2 (1.50) to win in normal time, a result that would either see them through or take the tie to extra time. Paddy Power are offering new customers a big price boost for this game though.

Anyone yet to open an online account can take a quote of 7/1 (8.0) on Klopp's men coming out on top in this one, something they've done in eight of their 10 home league games this term.

To take advantage of the 7/1 (8.0) quote simply register using the links provided, back Liverpool at the usual odds shown on site with your first bet and if they win, Paddy Power will top up the returns to the enhanced value. Winnings paid as free bets, T&C's apply.

PP ENHANCED LIVERPOOL 7/1

Puel's men haven't travelled well in recent weeks, winning just twice away from home in the Premier League thus far and losing to several struggling sides, including Crystal Palace and Hull City.

Given that the visitors have struggled on the road and Liverpool have generally been reliable at home, plus the need for the hosts to win in order to maintain a chance of progression, it's easy to see the favourites justifying their short price.

With that in mind there will be plenty of punters looking for an angle on the Reds, but with this offer they can cheer on the match result knowing there's a significant potential return from comparatively little risk.

 

Next article:
Ozil finally breaks silence over Erdogan meeting
Next article:
African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Arsenal set £22.3m Alex Iwobi price
Next article:
BRICS U-17 Johannesburg: Indian eves bow out with a loss against China PR
Next article:
Woodburn happy to let Klopp decide his Liverpool future this summer
Next article:
Taiwo Awoniyi nears Belgium return as striker misses out on Liverpool's US tour
Close

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Show more Accept