Latest Liverpool Crystal Palace odds as Luis Suarez first, last and anytime goalscorer markets are proving popular with punters.
Liverpool are considered 2/9 favourites to put more pressure on newly-promoted Crystal Palace who have yet to get any points away from home.
Reds fans will get to welcome Luis Suarez properly as the Uruguayan plays his first home game back from his 10-game suspension picked up at the end of last season, and he can be backed at 5/2 to score first or 4/9 to score anytime.
Weekend Premier League Offer
Paddy Power are celebrating a bumper weekend football coupon by offering a free bet worth £250/€250 to customers to spend on any match this week, plus they’ll also refund bets should Wayne Rooney score the last goal in the Sunderland Man Utd fixture! – claim here!
Despite a brief blip in form a week or two ago, Liverpool still have enjoyed a strong start to the season and are currently 2nd in the League just 2 points behind leaders Arsenal.
The biggest talking point will be the return of Suarez to Anfield as Liverpool fans will get to see the partnership between Suarez and Daniel Struridge continue to get stronger over the season. The duo was in lightning form last Sunday with both players getting on the scoresheet in the 3-1 win against Sunderland.
Unfortunately for Brendan Rogers, he is still hampered by a long list of unavailable players with no more than 5 first team players ruled out through injury.
The defensive problems are still causing some headaches for Rogers with Glen Johnson and Sebastian Coates still out injured although Aly Cissokho could be fit for the clash and the impressive form of Mamadou Sakho will alleviate some problems that the player might have.
It has been a difficult start for Crystal Palace’s first Premier league spell in 9 years as The Eagles have lost 5 of their 6 opening games and are languishing down in 19th place in the table.
Ian Holloway’s side haven’t been done any favours though with several of their more experienced players still out on the sidelines including last year’s top scorer Glen Murray and regular first team players Damien Delaney and Lewis Price.
There are some other doubts surrounding some of their other players as both Paddy McCarthy and Yannick Bolasie require late fitness tests to see whether they are able to play any part in Saturday’s fixture.
There is no doubt that Liverpool will be considered strong favourites for the game and with Luis Suarez hungry for success and Daniel Sturridge on good form, it will be hard to see how Crystal palace can get anything from the game.