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Saturday evening sees Brendan Rodgers' side face off with Paul Lambert's men and our tipster is backing both sides to score at even money

Liverpool face Aston Villa this weekend with the Reds looking to cement their place in the top four. Villa have proved a bogey side for Liverpool at Anfield in recent years, with the Merseysiders only recording one victory in their last four fixtures at home.

Liverpool come into this match off the back of a enthralling win at Stoke last Sunday.

Rodgers' side came out on top in the eight goal thriller, winning 5-3, with goals from Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge. The Reds have now won three in a row, and are 11/50 (1.22) with Betway to win again.

Aston Villa have struggled for results of late, winning only once in their last eight games. The Villans sit in 11th position in the league, with pressure mounting on Paul Lambert.

A positive from the season so far though is their away form, with Lambert's side only being beaten twice in their last eight matches on the road. Betway don't give them much hope against Liverpool though, pricing them at 11/1 (12.00). The same firm offer the draw at 5/1 (6.00).

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With Liverpool's goal machine Luis Suarez a short 7/4 (2.75) to net the first goal and just 7/20 (1.35) to score anytime, it's worth looking elsewhere to find value.

Both teams to score is a fantastic even money (2.00) with Betway. This offers tremendous value when you consider it has paid out in six of Liverpool's last eight home league matches. With Villa scoring seven goals in their last five away games, it's certainly worth backing this price.

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Both teams to score at even money (2.00) 1.5 point stake with Betway

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