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Premier League: Three bets for Liverpool v Swansea

Jurgen Klopp bagged his first win of 2017 against Plymouth in the week and looks to continue that winning streak...

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Liverpool to win and Both Teams To Score, 6/4

It’s pretty much impossible to go with anyone else in this match. Swansea have managed just one with in their last 10 matches against The Reds in all competitions. Some of those results include a 4-0 and 5-0 battering, and they actually suffered a 8-0 smashing in the FA Cup in 1990.

It’s unlikely we will see a repeat of a result like that, in those 10 meetings six of the results have ended in both teams finding the next, including the last two meetings between these sides.

With The Swans rock bottom of the Premier League table, it should be a simple task for Klopp to get a result after their draw at Old Trafford last week. There’s not much value in a 2/9 shot, but with 24 goals conceded this season it’s not impossible they’ll concede again at the Liberty Stadium this weekend.

James Milner to score anytime, 15/8

We know, but just bear with us for a minute. You try finding any value in this game!

Milner has now got six goals for his club this season – all six of those penalties – with a 100% conversion rate. Not only dig he bag one last time these two sides met and in November 2015, he also put Liverpool ahead against Manchester United last Sunday, just before the 30-minute mark.

He is currently second in the top penalties scored in Europe’s top five leagues this season, behind Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette, and you can find yourself in safe hands if he is stepping up to take a penno.

Correct score, Liverpool to beat Swansea 3-1, 17/2

In the past six meetings between these sides in all competitions, there has been 4 results where a team has won to one goal. Last season, Liverpool won 2-1 and then Swansea 3-1 in the corresponding fixture in May 2016.

The Reds got back on track against Plymouth midweek, snagging their first win of 2017 and a visit  to Wales should see them firmly back on track in the league.

All prices correct at time of publication.

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