Betting: Liverpool 6/1 to beat Plymouth

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Jurgen Klopp's men are expected to get the better of the Pilgrims at Home Park but new Paddy Power customers can back the Reds at a huge 6/1

The first meeting between these two sides was hardly a classic. The FA Cup meeting at Anfield was as much of an exercise in attack vs defence as anything you would expect to see on the training pitches of Melwood.

Despite that, an inexperienced Reds line-up failed to make a breakthrough against the League Two visitors and now Jurgen Klopp's side face a replay on the south coast, albeit one they're expected to progress from with relative ease.

Paddy Power have the visitors priced at just 1/4 (1.25) to come out on top at Home Park. Those odds are unlikely to fill to many punters with the motivation to go out and back the Premier League outfit but the same firm have a huge new customer offer which could be of interest.

PP ENHANCED LIVERPOOL 6/1

Anyone opening a new account can back Liverpool at a massive 6/1 (7.0) for this game. That's a price that implies that the overwhelming favourites have just a 14.29 per cent chance of winning when in reality, the usual odds of 1/4 (1.25) would dictate that their chances are much closer to 80%.

Want to take advantage of this offer? Simply register using the links provided, back Liverpool at the usual odds with your first bet and if Klopp's men leave with a victory, the returns will be topped up at the final whistle.  All enhanced winning are creidted in free bet, T&C's apply.

The Reds boss is likely to make plenty of changes to his side once more, albeit with a home game against struggling Swansea to contend with at the weekend, there may be a few more senior players introduced into the fold compared to the starting line-up that took to the field in the previous meeting.

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Liverpool Under-23 captain Harry Wilson could make his senior debut and in truth, whatever side the visitors choose to field, they should have a very good chance of beating a side who sit three divisions below them.

The Merseyside club racked up 20 shots at Anfield and even in the unfamiliar surroundings, they should be backed to get the better of their League Two hosts, especially at 6/1 (7.0).

 

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