Liverpool were back in action in the Champions League on Wednesday night, they eventually cruised to victory after a cagey first half of football at the San Siro where they took on league leaders Inter Milan. Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane both returned to the starting 11 for the first time since returning from the final of the AFCON.
Norwich had a humbling defeat against Manchester City at the weekend, the game finished 4-0 at Carrow Road. A hattrick from Raheem Sterling and another from Phil Foden was more than enough for Manchester City.
It was a bit of shame for Norwich because they had been playing well and finally got into a grove of winning games then they have to play City followed by Liverpool. Hopefully, they can move past these games and get the results needed to stay up.
Liverpool To Win To Nil And Over 2.5 Home Goals
Everyone knows how difficult it is to play at Anfield, the fortress in Liverpool has always had a reputation of being the hardest grounds to play at in the world and this is proved once again by Liverpool’s dominance there this season.
They are yet to lose a Premier League (PL) game there this season and have only drawn three out of a possible 11.
In the seven games they have played against teams ranked ten and lower, they have won six of them to-nil and the only game they didn’t win to nil at Anfield was against Newcastle when Jonjo Shelvey scored a long-range strike which you simply cannot defend against.
Unsurprisingly, the Canaries have really struggled against the Top 6 teams this year, in the eight games they have played against these opponents they have lost every single one to nil and have conceded 28 goals in the process which puts the average match goals at exactly 3.5. It is pretty safe to say that Norwich are gonna have a really hard time getting any type of result here.
The dominance that Liverpool show at Anfield and how often they win-to-nil as well as the common occurrence of Norwich losing-to-nil and how many goals they have conceded in these games means that the bet is pretty self-explanatory:
LIVERPOOL TO WIN TO NIL AND OVER 2.5 HOME GOALS