The Serie A side have been out of form this season but Adam Bate thinks they might raise their game for the trip to Merseyside and can see the Reds having to settle for a pointLiverpool have now won three of their last four games and probably deserved to taste victory in the fourth against Manchester United.
The Reds have also scored five in two of those games so the signs are it is coming together for Brendan Rodgers' side.
There is a chance to build on that good form at home to Udinese in Group A of the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening.
Liverpool are 4/7 (1.57) with Bet365 to make it six points from two group games after their away win at Young Boys two weeks ago.
Udinese are perhaps a little disappointed to even be in this competition after being edged out on penalties by Braga in a UEFA Champions League play-off.
It has summed up a poor start to the season for the Serie A side in which the Italians have won only one of their first nine matches of the campaign.
But that victory did come against AC Milan and they will be hoping to raise themselves once more for the trip to Anfield. Udinese are 5/1 (6.00) with Bet365 to win the match.
The draw is available at 11/4 (3.75) and that may be of interest given that the visitors have drawn six of their last nine games.
The most recent two of those draws have been in their previous two matches – both of which ending goalless. That suggests head coach Francesco Guidolin is trying to tighten things up.
Another goalless draw here can be backed at 10/1 (11.00) with Bet365 and looks a value option, although Liverpool will have confidence after the thrashing of Norwich and will expect to avoid that fate.
But Juventus are the only team to score more than two against Udinese despite their indifferent start – and on that occasion they were reduced to 10 men.
As a result, backing under 2.5 goals at 17/20 (1.85) with Bet365 looks to be the pick of the bets in this one.
|Under 2.5 goals at 17/20 (1.85) with Bet365
||Draw at 11/4 (3.75) with Bet365
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