Liverpool v West Ham betting odds have Liverpool at 1.25 to win on Betfair Sportsbook. Except they’re also available to you at 25/1 if…you don’t yet have a Betfair Sportsbook account. So let’s recap: that’s a chance to back them at 100 times what they’re ‘normally’ available at.

Now, that’s the best deal you’re going to see this weekend in the world of betting, bar none.

 

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Liverpool v West Ham 

Sunday 13:30

Live on Sky Sports main event 

 

But if you actually need some convincing that Liverpool are actually going to win the match, here are seven reasons that might convince you they’re worth the risk. If you can call it that.

 

  1. Hammer horror at Anfield– West Ham have won just once in their last 45 visits to Anfield. You read that correctly: once. And it’s not just Anfield. The Hammers hate playing Liverpool…anywhere. They’ve lost more top-flight games against the Reds than anyone else- 61.

 

  1. Mane magic– Sadio Mane loves playing West Ham. In his last three games against them he’s produced one goal and three assists. Mane also enjoys an opening day fixture: he’s scored in his last two seasons in Gameweek 1. The Senegalese speedster may just enjoy being up against Pedestrian Pablo (Zabaleta) for the afternoon. You can back Mane to be first goalscorer at 5/1. 

 

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  1. No Aerial  Andy- Love him, hate him or under-rate him, Andy Carroll is unplayable on his day. Albeit solely in the air. Given Liverpool had some problems from set pieces last year they’ll be glad he’s not playing.

 

  1. Well-rested and in-form front three- Liverpool’s Famous 4 (it’s not a thing but it soon will be, you heard it here first) of Roberto Firmino, Mo Salah, Xerdan Shaqiri and Mane all had pretty good World Cups. Well, Firmino didn’t play much but he did still score nonetheless. Despite that, their teams all went out quite early in Russia. So Jurgen Klopp has his forwards in decent nick and well rested after a good long summer break.

 

  1. Midfield maestros instead of midfield mediocrity- Last year Liverpool made the Champions League final and finished a decent third in the league often boasting a midfield of Wijnaldum, Henderson and Milner. Hardly a trio to set the pulses raising. This year they have the brilliant all-action Naby Keita and the hard-running and powerful Fabinho to count on. We haven’t seen an improvement like that in Liverpool since the mullet got binned.

 

  1. Ham get butchered on the opening day – West Ham have lost their season opener in the Premier League 11 times. That’s more than anyone else. Nuff said, geezer.

 

  1. Liverpool are lethal…on the opening day of the season under Jurgen Klopp when it comes to scoring goals. Last year they got three against Watford and the year before it was four in a 4-3 win against Arsenal. You can back Liverpool to score four or more goals at 5/2 (3.5).

 

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