Money back offer available for Liverpool’s clash with Norwich

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Liverpool have already failed to win two home games in the Premier League this season where they have opened the scoring and Ladbrokes will refund all losing match bets if they do the same again against Norwich.

The opening day of the season may have set the tone for Liverpool when they led Sunderland and missed a penalty before eventually being held to a draw at Anfield.

They were also close to victory in their latest Premier League outing against Manchester United, but were robbed of four successive home victories over the Red Devils by Javier Hernandez’ fairly late leveller.

The fact that Liverpool have already dropped four points from winning positions may concern Kenny Dalglish, particularly as they have all be lost at home where they are more expected to claim victories.

Norwich are the next to try to take a result from Anfield, but their recent record at the ground is not the best, losing on their last two visits by a combined aggregate score of 7-0.

This may be a good reason alone for people to take advantage of the Liverpool odds of 3/10 to beat Norwich, especially now that Steven Gerrard is back fit and raring to make more of an impact.

However, this price may be especially valuable with the added knowledge that all Liverpool win bets will be refunded if they score first but fail to secure maximum points.

Liverpool have scored first in their last four games in all competitions.

Dropping points from winning positions is nothing new to Liverpool as they drew five games and lost on three occasions last season when taking the lead.

Only five other Premier League clubs dropped more than the 19 points that Liverpool did and this form effectively cost them a spot in the Champions League places.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.