Lionsbet Preview: Liverpool - Sevilla: Back both teams to score

The Reds were humiliated in their last duel and will be expected to bounce back from the defeat on Wednesday

Liverpool square up against Sevilla in their first Group  E Uefa Champions League clash at Anfield.

The 10-man Reds suffered a 5-0 shocking loss to Manchester City on Saturday in the English Premier League but they will be expected to shake off the defea here.

Jordan Henderson, Emre Can, Roberto Firmino, Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp’s men will be playing in the group stage of the European top tier football competition for the second time in eight years and will be hoping to make their outing count. As such, Lionsbet is offering (1.65) for them to come out on top in the duel.

The Spanish side have shared the spoils with their opponents in two of their last five games therefore, the betting firm has quoted (3.85) for the challenge to end in a stalemate.

The five-time Europa League winners will be expected to be a thorn in the flesh of the Anfield giants having defeated İstanbul Başakşehir in the playoffs.

Eduardo Berizzo’s charges will be coming into this clash on the back of their 3-1 victory over their hosts in the 2016 Europa League final but are tagged underdogs at (4.40) for this duel having only managed to win three of their previous five encounters.

Stevan Jovetic Sevilla

The 2005 Champions League winners have marked 11 goals in their last five games while their guests have not failed to register goals in the same numbers of outings. As such, Lionsbet is offering (1.50) for more than three goals to surface in the engagement and (1.60) for both sides to find the back of the net.

Liverpool have triumphed in their last six European games at Anfield and odds of (1.16) is available for them to avoid defeat.

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