We preview both of the televised Premier League games on Sunday – with Liverpool and Manchester City both looking to secure a Top 4 finish this season.
Liverpool v Middlesbrough
|Liverpool 4-0||Correct Score||8/1||Paddy Power|
|Liverpool 5-0||Correct Score||13/1||Paddy Power|
|Adam Lallana (ew)||First Goalscorer||13/2||Paddy Power|
The Reds are as short as 1/7 to beat Boro and secure Champions League football at Anfield next season – with already relegated Boro a ridiculous 28/1 with Stan James.
Quite frankly that has to be backed from a value and saver perspective, albeit our other tips will revolve around Liverpool to win this crucial game fairly comfortably.
Earlier this season Liverpool won the reverse fixture 3-0 with Adam Lallana scoring twice – we suggest backing him to score first again at 13/2 with Paddy Power.
Also, take a couple of high scoring Correct Scores – we recommend the 4-0 and 5-0 home wins at best odds of 8/1 and 13/1 respectively, again with Paddy Power.
Watford v Manchester City
|Manchester City 2-0||Correct Score||15/2||BetVictor|
|Manchester City 3-0||Correct Score||15/2||BetVictor|
|Gabriel Jesus (ew)||First Goalscorer||3/1||Bet365|
Watford gave Chelsea a tough game on Monday night before going down 4-3 – and odds of 1/5 on City are far too short, despite the importance of the 3 points to them.
So, again, we’ll suggest playing a couple of Correct Scores instead – and we like the 2-0 and 3-0 away wins, both of which are available at 15/2 with BetVictor.
We also recommend backing Gabriel Jesus each-way to score the first goal at best odds of 3/1 with Bet365 – who offer 1/3 odds for the ‘place’ in this market.
That gives you Evens on the Brazilian to score a goal at Vicarage Road and thus your money back if he doesn’t score first, but does hit the net at any time in the game.