Liverpool vs Aston Villa


England
Asian Handicap
Pick: 2 (+0.5)
Odds: 2.61
Stake: 1
Pinnacle

Match date: 10/04/2021

This is a tricky match for Liverpool, sandwiched between the games with Real Madrid in the Champions League. Jurgen Klopp will want to rest some of his key players for Wednesday, but at the same time he need three points. It is important to mention that the home form is awful. The Reds have no win at Anfield in 2021. In addition, the atmosphere in the squad is poor after the defeat in Madrid in the Champions League. Four players remain out injured - Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Jordan Henderson. Divock Origi and Caoimhin Kelleher are also injured, but they are not important.


Aston Villa are in the middle of the table with 44 points. They are far away from the relegation battle, but at the same time they are not involved in the fight for Europe. That means the players feel no pressure at the moment, so I think they are very dangerous. In the last match they beat Fulham with 3:1. Trezeguet scored two goals, while Ollie Watkins added the third. Manager Dean Smith is still without Jack Grealish.


I think Aston Villa will remain unbeaten here. The key reason for my pick is connect with Liverpool and their home form. The Reds have no win on 8 Premier League home matches. In addition, they lost the last six. Scoring a goal at Anfield looks impossible - they have scored jus one goal on the seven matches played at Anfield in 2021. Even that goal came from penalty. It is hard to believe, but the Reds are on a run of 708 minutes without a league goal from open play at Anfield. I think Liverpool's misery will continue. Aston Villa are good on road, they have won seven of the 15 away league matches this season.



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TIP RESULTING
LOST Score: 2:1 Profit: -1
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  • 1
    Mackbet 10/04/2021 20:33:47
    Aston Villa were excellent, but conceded a late goal. Unlucky defeat

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