Leeds vs Liverpool Predictions

Leeds and Liverpool will meet in the 4th round of the Premier League. Leeds is not in good shape, 15th place is not commendable, and the team needs a cold shower for better results. Liverpool is showing strength, Jurgen Klopp has found a recipe for victories, and they are slowly getting ready for the Champions League as well.

September 12th, 2021 – 17:30

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Leeds vs Liverpool Betting Tips & Predictions

Liverpool to win @1.75

BTTS Yes @1.55

Correct score 1:3 @11.00

Reason for Leeds vs Liverpool Predictions

Leeds was also lacking a cutting edge despite plenty of the ball in their last fixture. However, they did have the satisfaction of getting an equalizer with Patrick Bamford, who scored 17 goals last season, getting his first of the campaign in the 1-1 draw at Burnley. Matches involving Leeds United have usually been absorbing affairs lately, with a lot of goalmouth action being the norm. Over their past half dozen clashes alone, a grand total of 21 goals have flown in for both sides combined (at an average of 3.5 goals per game), with 12 of them coming from Leeds United. Full-back Junior Firpo and midfielder Mateusz Klich could both return, having missed the Burnley game after testing positive for Covid. Kalvin Phillips has excellent ball control, he can play in several positions, and every team needs such a player. Patrick Bamford was the team’s best player last season, with 17 goals scored. He is doing great in the penalty area, and goals are also expected from him in the Premier League.

A late-season surge meant Liverpool finished in a Champions League spot, and they need to show that spirit again this weekend, having blown a chance to beat Chelsea in their last fixture, despite playing all of the second half against ten men. Although the Blues defended brilliantly, the Reds lacked the craft to open them up truly. A series of steadfast displays from the Liverpool defensive players has seen their ‘goals against’ tally amounting to 2 from their last six outings overall. In that time, the number of goals that they have scored themselves is 13. That trend isn’t assured to be carried forward into this next game, though. Roberto Firmino is expected to still be out after suffering a hamstring injury that forced him to come off during the first half of the match with Chelsea. Harvey Elliott has been a big plus for the Reds this term, with the 18-year-old being trusted by Klopp to start the past two games. Naby Keita plays well in the middle of the pitch, and he does not allow the opponent much action. Sadio Mane plays excellently, he is fast in the one-on-one game, and he is unstoppable.  


Liverpool is the favorite in this match, and they are one of the major candidates to win the Premier League.

This will be a big fight between these two rivals, and we should expect a goal from both teams. We hope that football fans will enjoy this match.

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