Liverpool v Notts County: Scoreboard to stay busy at Anfield
While Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is sure to ring the changes, League One strugglers Notts County will still be ripe for the picking on Merseyside.
It’s been a flying start for the Reds who’ve built on a prolific pre-season by winning their opening two Premier League fixtures for the first time since the 2008/09 campaign.
Daniel Sturridge has rightly drawn the acclaim for two masterful match-winning strikes, though his teammate Simon Mignolet’s own heroics between the sticks have been just as crucial to their squeaky clean start.
However, with the Belgian international almost certain to be given a well-deserved break in this second round Capital One Cup tie and Brad Jones expected to get the nod, Ladbrokes’ money back offer holds real appeal.
If Notts County score the first or last goal Ladbrokes will give money back as a free bet on losing First Goalscorer, Correct Score, and Scorecasts bets. Full terms and conditions can be found here www.ladbrokes.com/tc/nottsc
Hopes of County registering should be boosted by Jones getting the gloves, considering the Aussie stopper conceded four times in just two rounds of the competition last season – including a goal against League Two Mansfield – while he also shipped against Football League opponents in two rounds of the FA Cup.
Nevertheless, whoever Rodgers decides to call upon in the outfield department, the buoyant hosts should still romp home comfortably, especially given the fact the visitors have taken just a point from their opening four league fixtures under new boss Chris Kiwomya.
Other markets which look worth exploiting could be the 13/10 on Liverpool to win and over 3.5 goals to be scored in the match, while the 15/8 on 4+ goals in Liverpool Goal Crazy stands out also.
Considering the visitors have already averaged two goals conceded from their opening five fixtures against far lesser opponents, the confident Premier League outfit should fill their boots.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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