That win in Slovenia was a club record on the road in European competition for the Reds, who are now overwhelming 1/20 (1.05) favourites with dabblebet to come out on top once again on home soil.
Having lost four and won none of their last six away games in this competition, Darko Milanic's team are on offer at 40/1 (41.00) to pull off a huge shock victory in this one.
Four of the hosts' last five group stage fixtures have resulted in draws, and you can get odds of 11/1 (12.00) on them being held to another frustrating stalemate here.
Although they were always favourites, it was a surprise to see Jurgen Klopp’s men come out on top in such convincing fashion at the Stadion Ljudski Vrt, as the Purples actually boasted a relatively strong record on home turf in European competition, having held Chelsea, Sporting Lisbon and Sevilla to draws in front of their own fans over the last few seasons.
Considering their failure to contain Klopp’s men in their own back yard, it is hard to see them putting up much more resistance when they travel to Merseyside.
Milanic’s side have conceded 12 goals in their last three group games on the road, including a 6-0 drubbing at Chelsea on their previous visit to England.
Given that the last four European matches at Anfield have produced 20 goals, another high-scoring clash certainly looks likely here.
With this in mind, even odds (2.00) are well worth backing on Liverpool extending that five-goal average with over 4.5 against Maribor.