Betting Preview: Stake on the Reds to score first at a mouth-watering offer

Notwithstanding Jurgen Klopp will be missing some of his star players, punters can be confident of an attacking display from the Anfield outfit

Blackburn Rovers lock horns with Liverpool in a pre-season friendly game at Ewood Park on Thursday evening.

The Blue and Whites gained promotion to the English Championship after finishing as runners-up in the League One last season and are hoping to make a meaningful impact in the second division ahead of the upcoming season.

Although they defeated Scottish Premiership side Hibernian and drew with Port Vale as part of their preparation for the new campaign, they will face an uphill task to win this tie having been tagged as clear underdogs at (6.00) with Bet365.

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Jurgen Klopp will be without reliable star forwards Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino having participated in the World Cup. Notwithstanding, they will not lack quality with summer signings Naby Keita and Fabinho expected to feature in the encounter as well as several established players. As a result, they have been tagged as favourites for the tie at the odds of (1.36).

A chance for both sides to share the spoils is available at a sumptuous price of (4.75).

Liverpool have opened the scoring in three of their previous five ties and punters can reap huge rewards backing the Reds to repeat the feat in this outing valued at (1.36) according to Bet365.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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