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Foxes no match for rampant Reds

Foxes no match for rampant Reds


Liverpool can continue their imperious home form by beating Leicester City and taking another step towards claiming their first league title since 1990.

The pressure is growing on Jurgen Klopp’s men, and there have been a few wobbles of late, but they can make it three Premier League victories in a row by beating the inconsistent Foxes at Anfield.

Liverpool to win by three goals @ 15/4

Claude Puel’s men helped Liverpool by shocking Manchester City last month, four days after they had beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

However, they have lost to Southampton and Wolves in their last two matches and were beaten 2-1 by the Reds at the King Power Stadium in September. It may be a more one-sided affair on Wednesday.

Chelsea win and both to score @ 39/20

Chelsea have recovered well following their dismal display in the 2-0 loss at Arsenal by reaching the League Cup final and the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The signing of Gonzalo Higuain appears to be an upgrade on Alvaro Morata and the Argentinian striker is 15/4 to score the first goal against a Bournemouth side that have conceded 42 goals already this season – only three top-flight teams have a worse record.

Watford to draw at Tottenham @ 3/1

Tottenham’s season is in danger of unravelling and, following their League Cup and FA Cup exits, a game against Watford is not what they would have wanted.

Harry Kane and Dele Alli remain absent while Spurs have struggled at Wembley recently, losing their last two ‘home’ league matches to Wolves and Manchester United.

The Hornets beat Spurs 2-1 at Vicarage Road and are unbeaten in six matches in all competitions. They can extend that sequence by drawing against Mauricio Pochettino’s team.

Under 1.5 goals at Southampton @ 49/20

Spurs were knocked out of the FA Cup by Crystal Palace, who may come back down to earth at revitalised Southampton.

Ralph Hasenhuttl has guided Saints to seven points from their last three encounters and they can move further away from the relegation zone by beating Palace in a low-scoring game.

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