Betting Preview: Stake on goal action at both ends with a glut of goals to win big

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Considering the fact that both teams boast of attacking threats, there should be a flurry of goals in what is set to be an entertaining clash

Liverpool launch their three-game series at the International Champions Cup as they come up against Borussia Dortmund on Sunday at the Bank of America Stadium.

Jurgen Klopp will look determined to claim silverware for the upcoming campaign as  he faces his former employer in what is the Red's fifth pre-season fixture.

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Both teams have met five times, with the Merseysiders winning three and drawing twice. Having seen some actions this summer too with their recent 2-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers, it seems convincing for Bet365 to quote odds of (2.10) for them as favourites in this duel.

Die Borussen have not been left out of action as well this summer as they recorded a 1-0 win over Manchester City last Friday in their first ICC game. Despite that, they’re still priced at (3.30) as slight underdogs here.

Two of the last five showdowns between these two have ended in a stalemate. A possible repeat of that in North Carolina is chalked up at a mouth-watering (3.50) with the same betting outfit.

Lucien Favre’s men have recorded three or more goals in their previous four Champions Cup ties, wiith goal action at both ends in three of these.

So, brave punters should put their wager on an outcome that sees both squads scoring each other with three or more goals considering Klopp’s attacking approach to football. Bet365 offers odds of (1.90) for a likely result here.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly

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