Create an account to start tipping and track your favourite tippers. On top of that, the Reds have looked like the side that has the biggest chance to actually challenge Manchester City for the title. The confidence and distribution the Brazil international brings has undoubtedly helped the Reds make the fast starts that been a feature of their matches so far. The EPL home-field advantage analysis compares each team's winning records at home versus away. Chelsea was unconvincing against West Ham as well. And yet, the side looks rejuvenated. All bets are accepted in accordance with the William Hill Betting Rules , as published on this site.
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Alert - your bet has not been placed. Please review the offer below and tick the parts of the bet you would like to place before clicking place bet. The following offer is on your requested bet:. We can give you an additional offer of:. On top of that, the Reds have looked like the side that has the biggest chance to actually challenge Manchester City for the title. As for the goals market, I am a bit surprised, to be honest. Sure, Liverpool has a breathtaking attacking trio, while Hazard is scoring for fun.
However, both teams rely strongly on their defense to win points, too. A lot of people wondered what would happen to Chelsea after the chaotic summer. Conte was gone, but it took some time, which prevented the new manager Maurizio Sarri from taking over early enough to prepare his team. And yet, the side looks rejuvenated.
Chelsea won the first five games of the season and was only stopped recently by West Ham. A spirited performance by the Hammers was enough to get a point from their London rival. Hazard is basically making this Chelsea team tick at the moment. At the start of the season, Alvaro Morata looked rejuvenated, but his form has since declined rapidly. Olivier Giroud is doing much better up front, and Hazard likes playing with him.
As it stands, Morata in his current form is rather useless, while Giroud is not the typical goal scorer. He can find the net, of course, but this is not his main strength. As a result, Chelsea suffers when Hazard is isolated, as West Ham managed to do. The rest of the offensive players are not on the same level, which will be an issue as the season progresses.
On the other side of the pitch, I have some doubts as well. The lack of confidence in the Gunners saved the day. Chelsea was unconvincing against West Ham as well. Michail Antonio and Andriy Yarmolenko both had clear-cut chances to score. Both the Hammers and Arsenal created their opportunities when they had enough space to use the speed of their forward. If Maurizio Sarri wants to have a chance against Liverpool, he has to prevent any chances of counters. The likes of Mane, Salah, and Firmino can be absolutely devastating in such a scenario, so I expect the Italian to play it safe in this match.
Jurgen Klopp and his men had won the first seven games of the season, in all tournaments, until this Wednesday. Everything seems to be clicking for Liverpool right now. The new goalkeeper Alisson and the defense are keeping clean sheet after clean sheet, the midfield is working hard to protect the back four and press the opponent at the same time, while the attacking trio is scoring goals for fun.
And yet, you could see the cracks every now and then. The good news for Jurgen Klopp is that his team now looks capable of winning games that were drawn in the past. Even when not at its best, Liverpool found a way to win — until the Carabao Cup clash against Chelsea, at least.
Such a resilience will be crucial if the side is going to challenge for the biggest trophies possible. I think the main reason behind it is the improved defense of Liverpool. Despite a stupid error against Leicester, Alisson was an instant upgrade as a goalkeeper, while Joe Gomez and Virgil Van Dijk have built a solid relationship in the heart of the defense.