Liverpool were perhaps the most entertaining team to watch in the Premier League last season and there should be plenty of goals again when they get their campaign under way at Watford on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp's side have played some stunning football in pre-season, a 3-0 battering of Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich the undoubted highlight, and Reds fans will be hoping they can finally claim their first Premier League title.
The addition of Mohamed Salah has added another dimension to Liverpool's play and although they have so far been unable to complete big-money moves for RB Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita and Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk, perhaps most crucial is that they have retained Philippe Coutinho.
With the brilliant Brazilian set to play a deeper role, pulling the strings behind the likes of Salah and Sadio Mane, Liverpool to win at Watford with both teams to score at 5/2, price boosted from 11/5 by dabblebet, could be one of the best bets of the weekend.
Although Liverpool's attack is up there with the best in the Premier League, there are still plenty of question marks about their defence, so Watford can be confident of getting on the scoresheet at Vicarage Road.
Van Dijk's arrival - the Netherlands international having handed in a transfer request at Southampton - would boost a flimsy-looking backline and Klopp's choice of goalkeepers, Loris Karius or Simon Mignolet, does not inspire a lot of confidence either.
Watford are likely to be without their inspirational captain Troy Deeney due to injury, but the Hornets will be keen to make a bright start under new boss Marco Silva, who impressed at Hull City last season despite the Tigers being relegated to the Championship.
The arrival of exciting Brazilian attacker Richarlison has provided a timely boost for Watford, while Silva's Hull had a good home record, however Liverpool's lively front line is likely to prove much too strong for them this weekend.
Liverpool are favourites for a reason but for more value in backing the Reds, take dabblebet's price boost on an away win with both teams scoring at 5/2 (3.50), up from 11/5. That's currently an industry best price.