The Reds’ ambition of securing their first FA Cup title since 2006 was dealt a huge blow after they were dumped out in the fourth round on Saturday by West Bromwich Albion.
The defeat was their second in the week after earlier losing to Swansea City in a top-flight outing. They are 18 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City and the best shot is now finishing in the top four.
Notwithstanding, Jurgen Klopp’s men will still be expected to win the tie at odds of (1.36) with Bet9ja bearing in mind that they have come out on top in their last four meetings with David Wagner’s side.
13 of the previous 58 duels between both sides ended in stalemates and the same betting firm is offering (5.20) for a share of spoils at the end of 90 minutes of action.
The Terriers are winless in their last three games, losing two and drawing one. They will have to be solid in defence and sharp in attack to be able to turn the table against their visitors at the price of (8.10).
Though Liverpool’s defence is nothing to write home about lately but having kept clean slate in their last four meetings with the West Yorkshire outfit, winning on all the occasions punters can look to rake in cool cash backing them to win to nil at odds of (2.08) and (1.19) is available for them to win either half of the encounter with Bet9ja.