LionsBet Preview: Southampton v Liverpool: Back Mohamed Salah to score anytime

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The 25-year-old scored a brace as the Reds were held at Anfield last weekend and he will be looking to notch against Mauricio Pellegrino’s men

Liverpool make a trip to St Mary's Stadium to confront Southampton in Sunday’s English Premier League encounter.

Having failed to secure victory in their last outing against Tottenham Hotspur, no thanks to Harry Kane’s late-minute penalty, the Reds know that anything short of the maximum points in this duel could see them slip out of the top-four.

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However, given that they hammered the Saints 3-0 in their last meeting back in November last year, LionsBet has tipped them as favourites for this tie at the price of (1.80).

Two of their last five matches with their hosts ended in stalemates and punters who are bold can back a draw at odds of (3.90) with the same betting outfit.

Southampton will be heading into this encounter on the back of their 3-2 thrilling victory over West Bromwich Albion at the Hawthorns last weekend.

They will also be boosted by their blistering performance in the FA Cup where they knocked fellow Premier League side, Watford out of the competition.

Nevertheless, knowing that they are on the back foot on head to head with their visitors, having lost 40 of their previous 84 meetings to them while 21 ended in a draw, they will have it all to do to surmount the odds of (4.50) placed on them to win.

Southampton v Liverpool

Though Liverpool have not been at their best at Anfield lately, they however, boast of a decent record away from home losing just once in nine matches. The bookmakers are offering (1.18) for them to avoid defeat.

It will not be out of place for the game to produce more than three goals, bearing in mind that Jurgen Klopp’s men have scored 22 goals in just nine duels. Odds of (1.65) is available for such outcome.

Mohamed Salah is just one goal shy of Harry Kane who leads the Premier League goalscorers’ chart with 22 goals. Besides his 21 goals, the Egypt international has made six assists. He is odds-on at (1.55) to net anytime in the clash with LionsBet.

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