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Obviously, Liverpool’s first game as the newly crowned Premier League champions didn’t exactly go to plan in mid-week
And after they were applauded onto the pitch by Man City, the former title holders hammered the Reds 4-0 in a statement win.
Liverpool, armed with a perfect 16 out of 16 winning record in the red half of Merseyside this term
should prove far too powerful a force for the ailing Villains to resist on Sunday, even if Klopp decides to shuffle his pack to include some young and fringe squad members.
Aston Villa meanwhile, remain firmly embroiled in a battle for survival, though the Villains did move up one place to third from bottom in mid-week
when Bournemouth’s battering at home to Newcastle improved their goal difference in comparison to the Cherries’.
Dean Smith would probably be content to keep the score to respectable levels on Sunday.
Bizarrely, Villa walloped Liverpool 5-0 when the teams last met in December, though the Villains faced an almost unrecognizable Reds side in that Carabao Cup clash.
Liverpool are understandably huge favourites to get straight back to winning ways at Aston Villa’s expense on Sunday
Jurgen Klopp’s rearguard has been the Premier League’s meanest this season, conceding just 25 times in 32 fixtures since August
Liverpool kept their visitors off the scoresheet in six of their last eight run outs at Anfield, and against a Villa team that failed to notch in four of their last six League contests
With that considered, the Liverpool win to nil market holds plenty of interest at the prices quoted, while our correct score prediction forecasts a comfortable 3-0 home win.
Despite being crowned English league champions for the first time in 30-years
Liverpool’s mid-week mauling in Manchester will have taken the gloss of their celebrations somewhat, and with some pride to restore
Liverpool plundered three or more goals in three of their last four league matches at Anfield, and have the firepower to run up a convincing winning margin again.
Jurgen Klopp resisted the temptation to make any changes to his usual starting XI for the game, which made the one-sided result all the more galling.
Therefore, things are expected to go much smoother when Liverpool play their first game back at Anfield since their championship win when they host Aston Villa.