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Liverpool vs Chelsea - EPL | Betting Preview | EPL Betting Tips

Liverpool vs Chelsea - EPL | Betting Preview | EPL Betting Tips

Liverpool vs Chelsea predictions, betting tips and match preview

Liverpool vs Chelsea predictions for their English Premier League match at Anfield on Saturday 25th November 2017.​.

A classic in modern times, where Liverpool historically have a slight edge (W71, D42, L53).

Liverpool vs Chelsea predictions, betting tips and match preview

Liverpool host Chelsea in the 167th match between them! A classic in modern times, where Liverpool historically have a slight edge (W71, D42, L53).

Liverpool to win? Liverpool's numbers in the last 33 matches at Anfield is nothing to sneeze at (W20, D11, L2) - in the last 9 matches between these teams the home side have failed to win. 
Liverpool have not beaten Chelsea at Anfield since 2012 (6 matches), the 3 most recent of those have ended 1-1.
Liverpool's last win against Chelsea at Anfield was a resounding 4-1 victory in 2012. 5 years later, Jordan Henderson is the only player still playing for his club.

Both teams feature some in-form players. Mohamed Salah’s brace against Southampton took his tally to nine goals in the English Premier League, making him top-scorer in the league after 12 matches. Coutinho is also in fine form since his return, with 10 goals and 4 assists in his last 16 matches.

A return to form for Eden Hazard signals good times ahead for Chelsea. Bagging 2 against West Bromwich Albion last weekend, he’s now got 4 in his last 5 in the EPL - and he also scored against Qarabag in midweek in Champions League.
Under Antonio Conte Chelsea have won all 16 EPL matches where the Belgian has scored. 

The big star for Chelsea so far, is Alvaro Morata who has scored 8 and assisted 4 goals in his first 12 EPL matches.

Liverpool have 4 wins in their last 5 matches in all competitions and have looked especially good going forward (16 goals in those 5 matches). Liverpool may not be filled with confidence after letting a 3-0 lead slip against Sevilla in midweek (3:3). Chelsea recorded a comfortable 4-0 win in the UEFA Champions League in midweek, but might be worried by having one day less to rest and prepare following a considerable travel distance.

The last 6 matches between these sides have seen an average of 4.67 yellow cards, but there has not been a red card shown since Frank Lampard was sent off back in 2009 (22 matches)!
Journalists suggested after the collapse in midweek that Liverpool struggle mentally when trying to secure a win, to which Jurgen Klopp replied emphatically; “Could we have done better or had more experience? 100% yes. Is this about a problem with mentality? 100% No”.

Liverpool v Chelsea match stats

Liverpool have lost just 1 of their last 11 matches in all competitions
Chelsea have been defeated in just 1 of their last 7 matches
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 5 matches against Chelsea

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Both teams to score - Yes @ 4/7 with Bet365
Mohamed Salah to score @ 13/8 with StanJames

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