Liverpool’s last gasp winner against QPR has moved them into the top six of the league. Their form line reads Played 8, Won 4, Drawn 1 and Lost 3, Scored 14 and Conceded 12. Richard Dunne and Pablo Zabaletta have contributed three own goals to the scored tally. Effectively Liverpool are currently conceding more goals than they are scoring. Coutinho’s winner against QPR sets off a ridiculous period of games for Liverpool. They play a total of seven games in nineteen days, including Real Madrid (twice) and Chelsea. This could affect who Liverpool select for the Hull game. Fortunately for Liverpool the stats still look good for this fixture.
Hulls form line reads: Played 8, Won 2, Drawn 4, Lost 2, Scored 13, and Conceded 13. As I mentioned last week, Hull simply have an awful away record. This season they have beaten relegation favorites QPR, but they won only three away games all last season. Those wins were against relegated Cardiff, Newcastle and Sunderland. Their record against the top six last season was Won 0, Drawn 0, Lost 6, Scored 0, Conceded 9. The last time Hull beat a top six side was against Liverpool in December 2013. They were close to ending that run last week against Arsenal but even with a host of injuries, Arsenal still had twice the amount of possession and shots on target. With both teams scoring and conceding roughly the same number of goals the value bet here is a DRAW @ 4/1. With Hull’s Diame scoring four in his last five games, I’m also going with him to score. Diame to Score at Least 1 Goal @ 15/2 (8.5).
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