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Nairabet Preview: Crystal Palace v Liverpool: Back the Reds not to keep a clean sheet

15:03 IST 30/03/2018
Roberto Firmino Liverpool Crystal Palace
Jurgen Klopp’s men have not been solid defensively against the Eagles and it could remain that way when they meet in South London

Liverpool make a trip to Selhurst Park to slug it out with Crystal Palace for their Premier League outing on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp’s men will be hoping to continue from where they stopped after the international break with a victory over Palace. They demolished Watford 5-0 just before the two-week break with Mohamed Salah scoring four of the goals.

Though they lost to Manchester United in their last outing on the road, they should be able to go past Roy Hodgson’s men in this encounter with NairaBet offering (1.50) for that.

A chance for both sides sharing the spoils at the end of 90 minutes is available at the price of (4.85).

After four consecutive losses, Crystal Palace eventually returned to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town in their last game which moved them out of the relegation zone.

Ultimately, they will be aiming to continue the upward trend and bolster their chances of avoiding the drop at the end of the season.

However, prior to their win over Huddersfield, they were winless in their previous seven games and will have to be solid defensively and sharp in attack to upset the odds of (6.75) put up by the betting firm.

The Anfield giants have scored 17 goals in their last six ties which signifies that goals will be at a premium with the bookmakers quoting (1.55) for three or more goals to surface here.

Klopp’s side have not tasted defeat in their last five games on their patch and can be backed at (1.14)  continue that in this tie.

Liverpool have conceded against Palace in 13 of their previous 14 meetings and as Hodgson’s men aim to remain above the drop zone, they will be rooting for goals which make the odds of (1.60) by NairaBet a good offer for the Reds not to keep a clean slate while it's (1.75) for both sides to find the back of the net.