Transfer Deadline Day may be dominating Tuesday's headlines, but there is a mouth-watering selection of Premier League games to get involved in too.
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Three straight defeats have seen Liverpool's hope of domestic cup success come to an end, but can they get their Premier League challenge back on track by beating the leaders? Paddy Power are offering a huge 12/1 (13.0) on the hosts triumphing at Anfield, a massive boost from the usual odds of around 6/4 (2.50).
Having already beaten the Blues this season, Klopp knows that his side do have what it takes to get the better of the Blues, albeit they are a much tough proposition than back in September but anyone taking up this offer will be getting plenty of value by backing the Reds at 12/1 (13.0).
Chelsea on the other hand, have looked pretty unstoppable in recent months. A defeat to Tottenham has been the only blot on their copy book in the previous 15 matches and at around 2/1 (3.0), Conte's men may attract plenty of support against a home side who are struggling at both ends of the pitch, let alone the chance to support them at a massive 14/1 (15.0).
Having rested plenty of his key players in the 4-0 win over Brentford at the weekend, the visitors may have the added fitness edge over a home team who have been in relentless cup action over the last couple of weeks. The 14/1 (15.0) could well prove to be one of the most popular bets of the day.
Want an even bigger price to cheer on? Paddy Power have catered to new customers who prefer a multiple bet with this capital-based treble. The case for Chelsea has been made above but add in the north London duo of Arsenal and Tottenham, who both have very winnable Premier League clashes and you could get 18/1 (19.0) on your first wager.
The Gunners (1/4) host a Watford side who have been in awful form in recent weeks, losing 1-0 to Millwall in the FA Cup at the weekend and without a league win since December 10th, a run of seven top flight fixtures.
Spurs (4/11) make the trip to Sunderland after a dramatic 4-3 comeback win over Wycombe Wanderers and Mauricio Pochettino's men have now come out on top in eight of their last nine matches in all competitions. Facing a Black Cats side who sit bottom of the table, few would back against the visitors extending that impressive record.