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This weekend’s game, though, will see Palace travel to Merseyside having lost three and drawn one of their last four Premier League away matches - conceding ten goals over that span - with that run including a 2-0 defeat in this fixture on the final day of the 2020/21 season.
Ahead of the game, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets from Liverpool vs Crystal Palace to get your teeth stuck into.
Liverpool are 1/5 to win, with Crystal Palace priced at 14/1 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 11/2.
Prediction: 3-2 (22/1)
Win to Nil: Liverpool (10/11)
Liverpool have won the last eight meetings and have racked up a total of 24 goals in the process.
The Reds opened the new season with three clean sheets in four league matches, and they should add another on Saturday against a Palace team who have failed to score on three of their previous four trips to Anfield.
Anytime Goalscorer: Sadio Mane (7/2)
Liverpool’s current run of eight consecutive wins against Palace has a common trendsetter, with Sadio Mane scoring in all eight matches.
Mane has also netted in two of his three most recent Premier League appearances against Burnley and Leeds United, and he should be fresh after being left out of Klopp’s starting line-up for the midweek victory over Milan.
Under/Over Goals: Over 3.5 Goals (5/4)
Fixtures between Liverpool and Palace have not been short of goals in the 21 times since the previous stalemate, which came in an FA Cup fourth-round tie in January 2003.
Intriguingly, those 21 matches have yielded 76 goals at a remarkable average of 3.6 per game over such a long period.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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Liverpool have confirmed that Harvey Elliott has undergone successful surgery on the ankle injury he suffered at Leeds, and the 18-year-old joins Roberto Firmino and Neco Williams in the treatment room.
Jeffrey Schlupp is also nursing a hamstring issue and is facing a race against time to prove his fitness, while Odsonne Edouard has surely done enough to displace ex-Liverpool man Christian Benteke up top.
Luka Milivojevic is also back in contention for a spot in the engine room, but it would be a surprise to see Vieira make any alterations for this game.
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