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Liverpool will resume its quest for English glory, as the ongoing season of the English Premier League is set to restart after the international break. Liverpool will take on the relegation-threatened Watford who will make the trip to Anfield.
Liverpool, the only real threat to Manchester City's supremacy in the top flight, has been relentless of late. Jurgen Klopp’s team has won each of its last 9 games, and is on a 10 game lossless streak, last losing to Leicester in December. During the same time, the Citizens have drawn two, and lost 1 match, allowing Liverpool to close the points gap to just 1 point.
With both the teams set to face each other next weekend, it will be important for Liverpool not to lose any points this Saturday. Also, with the Reds set to face Benfica in the Champions League quarterfinals immediately after this game, the players will be viewing this game as an important match practice.
Watford, which fought its way back up into the top flight, has been on a dismal run and is currently sitting on the 18th spot, 3 points away from safety. After suffering two consecutive defeats, the club did manage to catch a glimmer of hope, as it beat Southampton in its latest outing, thanks to a brace by Cucho Hernandez. The fans will be hoping for a repeat performance this time too, but given the sheer momentum of its opponents, most football betting sites are predicting an uphill battle for the visitors. A lot needs to be done if the team needs to avoid another relegation.
Match prediction and betting tips for Liverpool F. C. vs Watford F. C. Premier League 2021-22. The match is going to be played at the Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, on 2nd April 2022.
Liverpool management has a fully fit squad at its disposal, with the only exception being Trent Alexander-Arnold, who is suffering from a hamstring injury. Andy Robertson, who missed the game against Nottingham in the FA Cup quarterfinals, is back in training and should be available for selection. The visitors have a fully fit squad to choose from, with the only absentee being Nicolas N’Koulou.
Given the host’s penchant for scoring and its rock-solid defense, it should be an easy 3 points for them and can move to the number 1 spot before Manchester City faces Burnley on the same day.
Bet on Liverpool to win.
Liverpool has managed to keep a clean sheet in 6 of its last 7 games, while Watford has scored only 6 goals in its last 10 games. We find it unlikely that Watford’s attack will breach the defenses of Liverpool and a bet on this seems to be worth the risk.
Egyptian striker Salah has been on a roll this season, managing to find the back of the net on 20 occasions, we expect him to better that number with this game. He would be a bit disappointed after having missed a penalty in the World Cup Qualifiers but this match against Watford could just be the pick-me-up he needs.