Liverpool vs Crystal Palace tips probetg1rl
Liverpool is eyeing the Premier League trophy which was on their hand last in 1990. They are still on the top of the table and will keep that momentum this week around to keep itself on top. Maybe I am not very good at football, but everyone sees how cool Liverpool plays football. They can be champions. But can prevent City. A win against Brighton has stop Liverpool two matches losing run. Crystal Palace may had defeated Man City at Etihad, but not going to happen against Liverpool at Anfield.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace tips AnObviousBettor
When Liverpool were winning titles in the 1970s and 80s, Anfield was a fortress and the Reds have done that again over. They have gone 31 home league games without defeat and it was Crystal Palace on April 23, 2017 who inflicted the last league defeat. Liverpool beat Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend to bounce back from two successive defeats and keep them four points clear at the top of the table. They have won their last six home league games and 14 of the last 16. Liverpool may not score as many home league goals as Manchester City (27 v 40) but they rarely concede goals (3 v 10) and three more points look likely here. Crystal Palace had that famous win here in 2017 and also beat Manchester City away last month, but still have major relegation worries. They also won twice at Anfield in 2015 and would love a similiar result here. Palace lost at home to Watford last weekend and have been beaten in two of their last three league games leaving them 14th and only four points above the relegation zone. They have won their last two away league games but have six defeats out of eleven on the road.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace tips Michael Owen
Palace have won three of their last four Premier League games at Anfield but did the Reds a favour when gaining a famous 3-2 win at the Etihad Stadium last month. Jurgen Klopp’s side have kept a clean sheet in 12 of their last 16 home Premier League games and I feel it will be difficult for the Eagles, managed by former Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson, to create goalscoring opportunities. Another Liverpool home win for me. Source: Daily Post