Liverpool vs Leicester by Marlo

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Anfield will be the venue here as the Foxes come to town.


Liverpool seems to have lost some of that steam under Klopp. It no wins in 4 now with 2 draws and 2 losses. I watched the last game against Watford as I had a tip in that game and was utterly disappointed with the one way traffic. I tipped a draw in that one as opposed to Watford dnb as I din't want a push as opposed to a sizeable return. Watford asserted themselves early on and the rest was history.


Back to the pick.


Liverpool are favourites for this game, expected and I agree with that.


Odds on quotes to win this game? Rubbish. I'm not having that one bit.


The Foxes are unbeaten on their travels this season with 6 wins and 3 stalemates. Won their last 4 away games with a pair of 2-0 and 2-3 results taking the scalps of Everton, Swansea, Newcastle and West Brom in the process. The victories at Goodison and condemning Pulis' side to no points on their own ground stand out there. Against Newcastle and Swansea it was 3-0 away from home in games where they completely outplayed their counterparts.


Liverpool must be respected under Klopp but like I said, some of that steam seems to be evading them and I would rather a chance to double my money on the Foxes to avoid defeat on the road as opposed to climbing into odds on pretenders winning at Anfield.


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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
Leicester +0.5 AH Pinnacle 2.02 8 1-0 LOST (-8 units)
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Comments (11)
I will go Leicester to win , yes everyone think Leicester to lose but with Liverpol the can win in style why not, Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp is average team until now , I strongly believe in Leicester , they will win ... Ok Liverpool win with and with Chelsea but the two teams are in big crisis and Liverpool win but what with small teams with New castle with watford , with crystal palace , all lost and with Leicester the bookies says that liverpool is favorite, but the reality is Leicester is flying and in Anfield the will fly 1:3 or 2:3 or play vardy to score. Good luck to all..mer
12/22/2015 - 18:08
12/22/2015 - 23:00
Laval Siowyoun
12/23/2015 - 00:23
To write is very easy but to bet need to have some money, are you see table in england leicester has played 17 games and until now they are perfect they dont have a single loss, I am with Leicester 3.75 odd this is very good value.
12/23/2015 - 03:48
yes i believed that pool will get better corection wth vardy
12/23/2015 - 21:54
@marlo have you ever considered an artificial x, 1 or 2 no bet? For example on watford vs liverpool I see odds for fulltime result on bet 365 were 3.6-3.5-2.15. so if you bet 100 euro on the draw at 3.5, then you can cover a home team win putting 38.46 euro on watford to win at 3.6... you spend 138.46 euro for a ross win of 311.54 euro if the final result is a draw, so for odds of 2.25 almost. If watford wins then you get your money back and your even. of course if liverpool win you lose 138.46 euro. Bottom line the draw was at 3.5, the artificial draw 1 no bet was at 2.25 and if you did thi
12/24/2015 - 12:01
@Giuseppe yes those are options and I recommend covering and monitoring in play for anyone who is staking. However, those options aren't available to me in this tipping competition as only pre game tips apply.
12/24/2015 - 17:29
i will go +0.5 for Leicster.
It will be tough at Anfield on Boxing Day but Leicester will manage
12/24/2015 - 18:15
Leicester win .marten out for three months .data a big blow for pools.
12/25/2015 - 01:21
prayer mantis
Liverpool has become a vegetable, except jurgen klopp will play on boxing day nothing new in Liverpool losing , if not why not Leicester . going by all standards the better side should be Leicester except they give room to complacency . with odds of 3.5 this can only be the perfect bet.
12/25/2015 - 18:50
Leicester are done, they cant score vs. Liverpool, cmon thats bad.
12/26/2015 - 20:32
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