Liverpool win with West Ham scoring Countdown Super Boost!
Punters who fancy a second Liverpool away victory on the bounce at West Ham, with the hosts claiming at least one goal, can go ahead and back such an outcome straight away at 9/4, but with Ladbrokes’ Countdown Super Boost offer coming into play on matchday this is not advised.
Instead, keep your powder dry until 12.15 on Saturday to avail of whopping 9/2 odds on Brendan Rodgers’ boys turning over the Irons while conceding, which is available until the first goal is scored in the early kick-off between QPR and Stoke.
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The odds on offer are very close to twice the size of those going with any other bookmaker, and if you’re yet to be convinced of this bet’s awesome value, get a load of these super-stats:
– Three of the four meetings thus far between these sides with Rodgers and Sam Allardyce in charge have seen Liverpool win and West Ham score.
– The last four West Ham v Liverpool clashes at the Boleyn Ground saw both teams ripple the onion bag, with the visitors winning three of those fixtures.
– Allardyce’s east Londoners have notched in five of their last seven all-competition fixtures when hosting.
– The last time Liverpool failed to strike on the road was at the Emirates last November, 19 games ago. They scored more than once in 12 of those fixtures.
Furthermore, both the Reds and the Claret and Blues possess goalscorers showing signs of hitting top gear.
Mario Balotelli went some way to explaining why Rodgers seemingly broke protocol when snapping up the troublesome forward for £16m over the summer, with a striker’s finish against Ludogorets in the Champions League.
In Allardyce’s corner, £15m Ecuadorian Enner Valencia and Senegalese hotshot Diafra Sakho became the fifth and sixth Irons to score in the Premier League this season during the 2-2 draw at Hull.
There really is no downside in sight to this cracking 9/2 wager, so hang on in there to procure peak profits.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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