Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Liverpool vs Leeds Live Stream League Cup Match Preview & Prediction 2016


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Liverpool may have beaten Sunderland 2-0 on Saturday but it wasn’t all plain sailing for them. Star player Phillipe Coutinho was stretchered off in the first half with a nasty looking ankle injury, and the defensive Sunderland side frustrated the hosts for the majority of the match. Eventually Divock Origi found a way through before James Milner added a penalty in injury time.

This extended Liverpool’s unbeaten streak to 14 matches in all competitions, with 11 of those ending in victory. The League Cup has seen them thrash Burton Albion and Derby and then beat Spurs.

They aren’t pulling many punches when it comes to team selection in the League Cup either, which can be traced back to their lack of European action. A number of their star players have featured in League Cup matches this season, so we can expect to see at least a couple of their first team players. With Roberto Firmino and Phillipe Coutinho injured it’s likely to be Sadio Mane who plays, with Divock Origi up front.

Origi already has two goals in this competition and managed to bag his first league goal of the season on Saturday. I think him and the six goals of Mane will be the major threats, so backing either of them to score look good options for our anytime goalscorer predictions.

Leeds aren’t in the worst of form either. They beat Rotherham on Saturday to make it four wins, two draws, and one defeat from their last seven outings. One of these was their penalty victory over Norwich in the last round of the League Cup, but a trip to Anfield could be quite a bit trickier.

Away from home Leeds have lost to Nottingham Forest, Bristol City, and Derby in their last seven matches, and they’re facing a Liverpool side who have won seven and drawn one of their eight home games this season.

Add to this the fact they can rotate the majority of their squad and still have a quality advantage and we can see that the hosts are huge favourites for a reason. Five of Liverpool’s last eight at home have seen them win by at least two goals, with four of them seeing three goal margins or more. This makes odds of 1.975 for a Liverpool -2.0 Asian Handicap look a good backing, and I’m going for a 3-0 correct score prediction at 7/1 as well.

Head To Head
Liverpool have won four, drawn two, and lost one of their last seven meetings with Leeds, but the most recent one was back in 2009.

Liverpool vs Leeds Stats
Liverpool have won 63% of their last eight home games by a two goal margin or more, with 50% of them being by three or more goals.

Liverpool Team News
Phillipe Coutinho was stretchered off at the weekend with a nasty looking ankle injury, whilst Roberto Firmino and Adam Lallana are also out for another week. Danny Ings and Sheyi Ojo are sidelined for a significant spell, as is Adam Bogdan. Daniel Sturridge is a slight doubt as well.

Leeds Team News
Pablo Hernandez is still out with a hamstring problem, whilst Pontus Jansson returns from a suspension.

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