Liverpool v Swansea: Reds could run riot at Anfield
When you’re struggling at the foot of the Premier League table, a trip to Anfield isn’t going to be high on your Christmas wish list.
But that’s just what Swansea City will have to contend with on Boxing Day.
Liverpool are unbeaten at home all season and are highly fancied for the win at 2/13.
The Swans will make the trip with Leon Britton as player-coach as the club continue to mull who will replace Paul Clement as manager.
The Swans have only won once in their last 11, and Britton faces an uphill battle to inspire his side to come away with the three points this evening.
The visitors are 20/1 for the win.
Swansea will have to tame the aptly named Fab Four to have any chance of success.
Philippe Coutinho, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have looked irresistible at times this season, and have scored 32 of Liverpool’s 41 league goals between them.
The Reds have scored seven in their last two games, including three in a thrilling draw at Arsenal last Friday.
A Liverpool win and Over 3.5 goals looks tempting at 6/5.
Wing wizard Salah has scored in three out of his last four league games and will no doubt fancy his chances of getting on the scoresheet against a Swansea side who have conceded five in their last two away games.
You can back the Egyptian to be an Anytime Goalscorer at 4/6.
Jurgen Klopp’s men’s recent home record could offer the visitors a glimmer of hope.
The Reds haven’t won at Anfield in their last three and have scored just scored twice in that run.
However, Swansea have only won once in their last 11 and boast the unwanted record of having the worst attack in the league with only 11 goals.
On-loan striker Tammy Abraham has shown flashes of quality this season and the Welsh outfit will be hoping he can be the catalyst for a positive performance.
The England international is 14/5 to score Anytime.
Although the odds heavily favour a Liverpool win, 13/2 for the Draw could prove a tempting long shot.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.