Liverpool FC are a household name in England and across the globe. They have a long and illustrious history in domestic and European competitions. Liverpool was at their peak in the 1970’s and 19080’s when they captured 11 league titles and seven European trophies. It wasn’t until 2005 when they tasted European glory once again. Managed by Rafa Benitez and captained by Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, Liverpool overcame a 3-0 deficit at half time to beat AC Milan to lift the Champions League trophy.
The importance of comeback of this nature in the most prestgious of all club competitions cannot be overstated. It will go down in history as one of, if not the, greatest nights in club history.
They have not had success on that level for a number of years now and have arguably fell behind other ‘elite’ clubs in the Premier League. However, midway through the 2015/16 season the highly sought after Jurgen Klopp took charge of the club, later leading Liverpool to its first European final since their 2005 Champions League triumph. Liverpool went on to lose the final after taking a 1-0 lead into half time against Sevilla, but the run bodes well for this current Liverpool squad.
Since his arrival, the new manager has uplifted the fans and club. Many expect him to settle and have a long and successful reign at Liverpool football club. Liverpool fans hope he can bring the club back to it’s former glory and stature.
Best Liverpool Sportsbook Odds
The details of Liverpool’s next game can be found below along with the most up to date betting lines. Look to take advantage of Liverpool’s usually strong home form.
Liverpool Game Schedule
You can see the Liverpool calendar in it’s entirety below. Take your time to study the schedule to spot potential betting opportunities.
The market can volatile and move quickly. Pre-determining betting opportunities is a great way to ensure you get the most value for your picks.
Look for runs of home games to back Liverpool on the money line and consider backing them on the spread or overs in the early rounds of league and cup.
Liverpool will likely be fighting it out in numerous competitions and will often priotize the league, so make sure you know the starting lineup before betting on cup games.
Liverpool Standings Today
The standings are a great aid when betting on Liverpool. Liverpool is often fighting for European places towards the end of the season, so check the standings at least once a week.
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Liverpool are slowly moving in the right direction. Jurgen Klopp, even though his record managing the club isn't much better than Brendan Rodgers was, people get the sense that the charismatic German is making the right moves.
Liverpool were the best team in the Premier League at the start of the 2016-17 season, but couldn't maintain their excellent form. An injury to Philippe Coutinho, combined with a shaky starting defense and the absence of Sadio Mane to the African Cup of Nations cost the Reds dearly. It showed how much top teams need additional depth to challenge for the Premier League crown.
Nobody can take parting shots at Klopp's record against the elite Premier League teams. Liverpool, when they play the top teams, usually come out with a positive result regardless of where the match is played. However, Liverpool struggled mightily against mediocre teams they are expected to beat, especially at home.
The Reds need to solve this issue to have any chance of winning the Premier League title. Don't back Liverpool in the Premier League or Champions League futures market, as they're not quite currently good enough. Klopp has an incredible record in cup competitions, so they might surprise a few people in the Champions League. But they'll be hard pressed to go all the way and win Europe's most coveted trophy.
In 2016-17, the Reds were uncharacteristically inconsistent at Anfield. They had the fifth best home record - winning 41 of 57 points - but weren't unconvincing against lower ranked teams. Dropping too many points against inferior opponents is a sure-fire way to not winning the league.
The Reds were strong on the road, amassing 35 points, the same as Manchester United. They play a strong, physical game and know how to knock the ball around and keep possession. Look for the Reds to cause some damage in the FA Cup. They should also finish in the top four so take those bets to your favorite sports book.
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