LionsBet Preview: Watford - Liverpool: Expect both teams not to keep a clean sheet

The Hornets have not won a competitive game since April and will be desperate to return to winning ways when they clash with the Reds.

Watford host Liverpool at Vicarage Road on Saturday in their first Premier League game of the 2017/2018 season.

Marco Silva’s men have bowed to their opponents on seven occasions in their last ten duels and escaped the drop by a whisker after they ended last term in the 17th spot.

Nevertheless, being a home game, the Hornets are expected to give Jurgen Klopp‘s team a tough fight as they have only lost on two occasions in their last five games at Vicarage Road. LionsBet are putting up (6.00) for them to turn the table against their guests.

Marco Silva Hull City

Silva’s charges shared the spoils with Aston Villa and Real Sociedad in their last two outings, as such; the betting firm is offering (4.30) for the clash to end that way.

On the other hand, Liverpool will be expected to put to bear their pre-season form where they were victorious in four of their five games, winning the Premier League Asia trophy in the process.

The Anfield outfit are favoured to come out on top of this encounter with LionsBet pricing (1.60) for the win, understandably that they have dominated their hosts in the last ten meetings, winning eight of them.

Both teams will be expected to charge themselves from the blast of the whistle therefore, the first half is likely to produce most of the goals with the betting company offering (3.00) for that.

The Reds have won their last three matches and are favourites to win either half of this outing at odds of (1.30).

Sadio Mane Liverpool

The two sides are odds on to let in goals with Liverpool priced at (1.60) while the Watford are (1.12) to do the same.

After returning from a long spell on the sidelines, Sadio Mane - who racked up 13 goals last term, will be looking forward to getting his name on the scoresheet with bookies putting a price tag of (1.85) on him to score anytime in the game.

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