Liverpool v Genk betting odds: high-scoring sport very likely
Liverpool can take a huge step in the direction of qualification for the Champions League round of sixteen as they host Belgian aspect Genk
Liverpool may run riot
Liverpool haven’t but produced the free-flowing, attacking shows they did last season, but continued their successful run on Saturday with a dramatic late victory over Aston Villa.
Genk have conceded 10 goals of their three Champions League games and the Reds shall be keen to make a statement ahead of subsequent weekend’s top-of-the-table clash with Manchester City.
They are 6/4 to win 2-0, 3-0 or 4-0 with whereas over three.5 objectives is 13/20 and over four.5 targets 8/5, also with Paddy Power.
The 4-1 win for Liverpool within the reverse fixture with Genk was the one time of their final eight matches they’ve won by a couple of goal, and to repeat the end result, they are 10/1.
Reds maintain psychological advantage
Two targets from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and one each from Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane guided Liverpool to a comfortable 4-1 win in opposition to the Belgians in Genk and Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is tipped to begin out the match, is 13/8 to score once more.
You can get Salah or Mane, who are also each more doubtless to begin, to score two or extra at 13/8.
The margin of Liverpool’s victory in the first sport coupled with their impressive house record means the odds for a house win are 1/14, while an Asian Handicap with Liverpool at -3 is 9/5 with Paddy Power.
Liverpool struggling for clean sheets
Liverpool had been strong in defence final season, keeping a powerful 21 clean sheets within the Premier League, but their requirements have slipped slightly this term, having conceded in 15 of their 18 video games thus far.
While it is tough to see Genk gaining a constructive result, they might handle to get on the scoresheet, and Paddy Power has Liverpool to win and each teams to score at 7/5.
That stated, the hosts might be with out the dependable Joel Matip at the heart of their defence, with Dejan Lovren or Nathanial Clyne set to deputise, and Paddy Power have Genk to trigger an enormous upset and win and draw on a double likelihood at 15/2.
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