Champions [team 8] welcome newly promoted [team 71] to Anfield as they kick off their defence of the Premier League and it’s hard to see beyond a home win in this one. Leeds have boosted their squad over the summer with a number of additions, most notably [player 6563] from Wolves and club record signing Rodrigo from Valencia but this is a tough ask and is likely to prove too much to soon for the Yorkshiremen.
Unsurprisingly Liverpool are odds on to win at 2/7 compared with the much more attractive but unlikely 9/1 for a Leeds win. But with the stats throwing up a 60.85% chance of BTTS the 7/4 available on BTTS and Liverpool to win looks like the best bet for the evening kick off at Anfield. Alternatively, with Liverpool given a more than 50% chance of scoring twice, you may want to look for some value in correct score betting. The probability of Leeds scoring once is a decent 74.7% but that drops massively to under 40% for them to score a second time. So, if we assume Leeds will score a single goal, the odds on a correct score for Liverpool are 15/2 for a 2-1 win, 9/1 for 3-1 and 14/1 for 4-1. If you fancy Jurgen Klopp’s men to kick off the season in style by thrashing the newcomers you can get 25/1 on a 5-1 home win, 66/1 on 6-1 and a massive 125/1 on 7-1 to Liverpool although statistically, anything above 3-1 is looking very unlikely.
Liverpool vs Leeds betting
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