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Both Bournemouth and Liverpool endured and enjoyed highly contrasting fortunes during the Premier League’s mid-week progamme on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively.
And The Cherries fell to a 0-1 reverse at Crystal Palace – a result that extended the dreadful run of form that has seen Bournemouth tumble down the standings at an alarming rate.
Liverpool on the other hand just keep on winning. The Reds dismantled Everton 5-2 in the Merseyside Derby on Wednesday
hitting the net from each of their five attempts on target during their 90-minute battering of their local rivals.
Senegalese star Sadio Mane was once again central to their success, and Jurgen Klopp’s relentless title favourites set a new club record of 32-league games unbeaten after their latest triumph.
Liverpool would have been disappointed to have shipped two goals at the other end at Anfield however, and remarkably the Reds were unable to keep a clean sheet in any of their last twelve matches
In the Premier League Liverpool kept their opponents out only twice in 15 attempts this term, and we think the Reds frustratingly leaky defence will concede again this weekend.
There is nothing to suggest however that Bournemouth’s goal will be anything other than a consolation.
With four defeats in a row, the Cherries are statistically the worst team in the Premier League at present on recent form
and having lost to Liverpool in each of their last four meetings by an aggregate score of 14-0, Bournemouth will fear the worst again this weekend.
Liverpool both won and conceded in each of their last seven Premier League victories and with their defensive headaches showing no signs of clearing
With that now considered, the Liverpool win and both teams to score combination looks the best avenue of approach for Saturday’s game
Liverpool’s meaty Derby win in mid-week was just the second time they had scored more than twice in a run of 10 league matches
and six of the club’s last top-flight wins were secured by narrow 2-1 scorelines. The Reds have also only scored more than twice in one Premier League away game since the summer.
While Bournemouth have found points hard to come by, they have at least shown an aptitude for keeping the score down.
However Bournemouth picked up maximum points in just one of their last nine matches since late September, and this weekend they are staring down the barrel of their fifth defeat on the spin