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YaYa Toure is the third highest scorer in the Premier League with ten goals, he’s ahead of Negredo, Dzeko and Remy but behind them in the odds to score in this game. I understand that based on him being a midfielder, but now that Fernandinho is in the side it allow YaYa to get further forward. At 3.50 he is defiantly the ‘value’ to score anytime as I was expecting nearer 3.00.
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Back YaYa Toure Anytime Goalscorer at 3.50 – Ladbrokes
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Liverpool are having a ‘fantastic’ season but at the moment it’s all built on bullying the lower half sides at home. They’ve played and beat seven of the bottom ten at home along with b eating Hull (10th) and Manchester United (7th). Away from home it’s a different story, granted they’ve played the top teams on their travels but only one win from their last seven doesn’t look good whatever way you look at it. Neither does their habit of conceding two or more in seven away trips from ten this season.
I wrote in the last round of fixtures the reasons why I’d be taking Everton on at short odds away to Stoke and the same reasons apply here. Stoke have lost once at home all season. They’ve beaten Chelsea and drawn with Everton and Manchester City. I’m not sure they’ll be able to keep Liverpool out completely but I expect Stoke to score at least once.
With my expectancy for Stoke to score and the home v away records of these two sides Liverpool shouldn’t be 1.60 to win this.
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Lay Liverpool at 1.60 – Betfair