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Liverpool, a team that looked completely untouchable for so long, have finally seen a dip in form over the last couple of weeks.
First came a 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League tie, and while they did manage a narrow win over West Ham
shortly after they have gone on to lose their League unbeaten run in emphatic fashion at Watford and have been dumped out of the FA Cup against Chelsea.
This marks the perfect opportunity for them to get back to winning ways ahead of their crucial home clash with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday
Plus, despite their recent downturn, their home record remains formidable to say the least.
Bournemouth’s morale will have been boosted after their 2-2 draw with Chelsea last weekend, but the Cherries’ away record is dreadful.
They have lost eight of their last nine top flight away games and each of their last five, which goes a long way to explaining their current 18th place standing
Eddie Howe’s men have often come unstuck due to a lack of defensive stability
and while that remains the case they are also having major issues at the other end of the pitch.
They have failed to score in four of their last five League away days and only Norwich have scored fewer away goals than Bournemouth this season.
Not only that, but their record against Liverpool is bordering on catastrophic.
They have lost each of their last five Premier League matches against the hosts, with an aggregate scoreline of 17-0 over this period.
In all competitions they have won just one of their 16 meetings with Liverpool, and with the hosts keeping a clean sheet in five of their last six home league games
Jurgen Klopp’s men have won 2-0 in three of their last six home league games too and have scored exactly two goals in six of their home outings this season
Additionally, Liverpool have won a massive 21 League home games on the bounce and are unbeaten in 54 league matches at Anfield.