Things haven’t been going well for the Reds as they have recorded just two wins in their last six competitive games, a result which has seen Manchester City reclaim top spot on goal difference having played a game more.
It’s a worse case for the Cherries who have only won twice so far this year and though one of those victories came in the 4-0 bashing of Chelsea last week, they are without a couple of key players that include Calum Wilson and David Brooks.
This big setback sees them rightly placed as underdogs as per the same firm at odds of (12.00).
Mohamed Salah might not have put on his scoring boots in the last couple of games but he will be buoyed by his record against Eddie Howe’s side. The Egyptian has found the back of the net five times in three league outings, including the reverse fixture at the Vitality Stadium where he banged in a fantastic hat-trick.
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