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Mo Salah to
score the first goal - 9/2
While Everton were praised over the summer for their transfer dealings, the
reality has been far different. Mo Salah - an outcast during his brief spell at
Chelsea - has become one of the hottest properties in the Premier League and is
arguably a better signing than the entire motley crew The Toffees splurged
their Lukaku money on. Salah currently leads the scoring charts with 10 goals,
but it is his attacking stats that are most impressive.
He is responsible for 32% of Liverpool’s shots on target in the league this
season, 24% of all their touches in the opposition penalty area and has scored
or assisted 48% of their league goals. If Liverpool are to score first against
Stoke, it’s going to come from Salah.
score first and draw - 21/2
Saturday’s draw with Chelsea was the fifth time Liverpool have dropped
points from a winning position this season. Throw in last week’s capitulation
at Seville and it’s clear that The Reds lack the mental fortitude and
leadership to see out results in tight games. Away at Stoke is very much the
time you need such attributes. Praised for the high-octane football, the Reds
have a tendency to fade during the second half of games. If the game goes as
expected, there’s a very tidy profit to be made on the back of the Reds tossing
away another lead.
to score the last goal - 62/10
Shortly after his unveiling as Manchester City manager, Pep
Guardiola sang the praises of Raheem Sterling. A periphery figure under Manuel
Pellegrini, Sterling has become a key contributor for City and Guardiola this
season. His winning goal against Huddersfield on Saturday came just days after
sealing victory against Feyenoord. Toss in his previous winners against
Bournemouth and West Brom and we have a trend. His pace and trickery in the
dying embers of a game often prove too much for tiring legs, making this a
pretty decent punt.
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