Bookies determine The Reds are finally strong enough to win the EPL

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England’s Premier League season 2016 / 2017 is seriously threatening to become one of the most interesting ones in the last decade. Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea are the top favourites after eleven rounds played, while Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United will be looking to sneak up later on. Leading football betting tips site believe that this could be the finally the right year for the Reds.

Many would say that Jurgen Klopp is doing miraculous work at Anfield so far. The Reds have played strong attacking football so far this season, managing to net 30 goals in 11 Premier League matches and have managed to dismantle some of the top – tier teams like Arsenal and Chelsea in head to head clashes.

However the bookies are still not convinced. Can The Reds maintain their recent high level of form without giving the advantage to Manchester City to win the league. Looking at the odds Liverpool are quoted in second place at 5/2 to win the EPL.

It is very hard to say which player has offered the most so far; Phillipe Coutinho has been amazing with lots of assists and beautiful goals so far, while the form of Sadio Mane has been impressive as well. A week off for the international matches has been perfect timing for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp to catch breath and prepare for the upcoming match against Southampton. The trip to the St Mary’s Stadium won’t be easy because The Saints have been on fire lately. They have won 6 out of their last 7 home appearances, so 11/10 odds for The Reds to win are definitely not surprising anyone. Southampton will enter this clash as big underdogs, priced at 5/2.

Previous head to head duels between these two sides were always full of goals; Southampton have won the last meeting in March 3-2, which was a mini-revenge for a devastating 1-6 loss suffered in December last year.


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