Liverpool v Everton
The 235th Merseyside derby takes centre stage this weekend with Everton searching for their first win at their former home since 1999.
Liverpool arrive in red hot form keeping four clean sheets on the spin dropping only two points all season.
Bookies and pundits expect Jürgen Klopp to make several changes with the Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United fixtures on the horizon.
If Everton are to spring a surprise victory they’ll have to do it via scoring at least two goals. The Reds have only failed to score past their arch rivals twice at Anfield in the past 18 meetings.
I expected Everton to be a much bigger price than they are but bookmakers will be taking into consideration Carlo Ancelotti is now in the Everton dugout.
The Italian is unbeaten in his two match ups against Jürgen Klopp (W1 D1) this season while his overall record reads P12 W7 L4 D1 vs Liverpool.
I’d save your pennies if you’re backing Everton to score a penalty – Everton have been awarded two penalties at Anfield in the past 83 years!
If you’re a fan of the card market like myself then this fixture is right up our street. Referee Jon Moss is in charge and he’s averaging just under 4 cards per match this season.
This is the most played derby in England. This is the most played FA Cup fixture. This is the fixture with the most red cards…
|Sunday – 4.00pm||Odds||Bets|
|Tony Scott’s Liverpool v Everton Tips – 05/01/2020|
| Tom Davies to be carded
|BTTS, Over 2.5 goals & 3+ corners each team||5/4||
|A sending off in the match||3/1||
Odds correct as of 2020-01-03 14:33:38
Tony Scott’s Accumulator
Odds correct as of 2020-01-03 16:45:42
Tony Scott’s NAP of the weekend
It’s Bournemouth v Luton Town for my Nap of the Weekend this week which sees two teams struggling at the foot of their respective leagues.
The Cherries conceded four against West Ham United last time out and I’m predicting goals once more.
The Hatters have been poor on their travels losing nine in a row with an aggregate scoreline of 28-5!
Both teams have scored in Bournemouth’s previous five FA Cup wins.
|Saturday – 5.30pm||Odds||Bets|
|Tony Scott’s NAP of the weekend – 04/01/2020|
| Over 3.5 goals in Bournemouth v Luton Town
Odds correct as of 2020-01-03 14:42:22