Liverpool vs Bournemouth by Rahul

Bournemouth had been struggling without a victory in 2017 until they turned it around starting March as they have won 2 and drawn 2 of their home games. They have been quite attacking against opposition scoring against Manchester United, West Ham and Swansea while drawing against Southampton because they missed a sitter of a penalty.


Bournemouth will need to re-jig their lineup to be more attacking strength in order to win a game on the road as they have failed to do so in each of their last 6 away games. What has been threatening for Bournemouth is their ability to attack from wing positions in their 3-5-2/4-2-3-1 formation is that they are able to hammer a lot of chances on the target and if not get corners to give their tall defenders a chance to score. Players like Pugh, Fraser, Daniels, Smith and King have been quite attacking trying to get balls in the box which would help them secure more corners and try to give Afobe, Cook and Francis the ability to try and score from set pieces.


Liverpool concede an average of 3.5 corners per game especially since their defense is quite week where they have conceded in 5 straight games in all competitions. With the likes of Milner and Clyne bombing forward, there are opportunities for the wide players of Bournemouth to push through them and attack against their defense.


I am expecting Bournemouth to continue their run of pump corners, much like they did in their previous outing against Liverpool where they also got 4 corners.


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Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Over 3.5 Corners Unibet 1.88 6 2 LOST (-6 units)
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Comments (3)
witch team get more than 3.5?full game??
04/05/2017 - 22:48
Lost this, shouldn't have touched it. They have screwed me a lot recently!!
04/06/2017 - 01:51
when i follow( betschoot leader) with one i losse my money typical for me
04/06/2017 - 21:22
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