LionsBet Preview: Liverpool vs Crystal Palace: Back the Reds to win with two goals margin

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The Reds will be looking forward for their first victory when they clash with the Eagles in their second game.

Liverpool lock horns with Crystal Palace in the English Premier League on Saturday at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp’s quest to start the season on a high proved abortive as Miguel Britos scored a late minute goal for Watford to cancel out Mohamed Salah’s 57th minute strike with the game ending 3-3.

However, Tuesday’s 2-1 win at Hoffenheim in the Champions League qualifiers should serve as a big boost to claim maximum points on home soil. LionsBet  offers odds of (1.40) for the Reds to come out on top in this challenge.

HD Jurgen Klopp Liverpool

The 1990 English champions have drawn two of their last five games at the end of 90 minutes. As a result of this, the same betting firm is pricing odds of (5.25) for the game to end in a no victor-no vanquish outcome.

On the other hand, Palace will have it all to do on Merseyside following their 3-0 home defeat to new comers, Huddersfield Town last weekend.

Frank de Boer’s men have only managed to win one of their last five games but with an advantage over Klopp’s charges on head to head - having prevailed over their hosts in four of their last seven meetings, the Reds might be in for a surprise and the same betting outfit has priced odds of (8.50) for a shock victory.

Both sides conceded three goals in their resperctive openiers and odds of (1.55) are up for grabs for over 2.5 goals and (1.07) for Palace not to keep a clean sheet while their counterparts are priced at (1.70) to do the same by LionsBet.

Frank De Boer Crystal Palace

Punters who are very courageous can back the Eagles to find the back of the net only at the hefty price of (15.25).

LionsBet is offering (4.00) for Liverpool to win by a two goal margin in the encounter, understandably so, having racked up 14 goals in five matches.

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