Brentford v Liverpool tip

Michael Pearce 4 months ago
Brentford v Liverpool tip

Expect goals in West London!

13:30 CET

Saturday’s early afternoon kick-off  sees Brentford take on Liverpool at the GTech Community Stadium, with Jurgen Klopp’s side still two points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

Goals might well rain again in this clash with Thomas Frank’s side having kept just one clean sheet at home so far this season but have also scored in all but one of their home games in the league (11 out of 12 games).

Meanwhile Liverpool have scored in every away league game but have kept only two clean sheets away from Anfield all season from 12 games.

4 out of the last 5 meetings between these two sides have ended over 2.5 goals and this trend looks set to continue this Saturday, with 17 goals shared between the sides in the last 5 matches. Coral are offering the best odds on the BTTS & Over 2.5 goals market with odds of 1.85.

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Another bet which looks appealing is Ivan Toney to score anytime. Toney has scored 3 goals in his last 4 games since returning from his eight month ban and PaddyPower are offering odds of 3.00 on Ivan Toney scoring anytime.

Toney has continued where he left off and is The Bees key threat along with joint top scorer Neal Maupay, who has 5 goals in the last 6 games in all competitions.

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On the opposite side Diogo Jota to score anytime raises our interest with The Reds’ excellent free scoring season with 55 goals in the Premier League making them the second highest scorers after Manchester City who have 56. 

Jota has 14 goals this season and 5 goals in his last 6 games in all competitions. BetfairSportsbook are stand out best odds on Jota to score anytime at 2.88.

The Portuguese forward also has the best goals per 90 minute rate of any Liverpool player (0.82) and the best minutes per goal ratio (109) of the whole Liverpool squad.

The graphic below shows Diogo Jota’s goals per 90 minutes and minutes per goal ratio.

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