Liverpool and West Brom meet at Anfield on Sunday and although the two sides don’t have too much to play for in the league, both will be desperate to take three points as Paddy Power report plenty of support for Andy Carroll to find the net first at 5/1, with the ex Newcastle man showing glimpses in recent games that suggest he may be finding his feet at the club.
Liverpool will go into the game in good spirits after their FA Cup semi-final victory over local rivals Everton last weekend, a result that gives them the chance to do the domestic cup double this season.
However, the Reds have not enjoyed a good season in the Premier League so they will be looking to finish strongly, finishing as high up the table as possible.
Kenny Dalglish will also want a good run of form from his side to take into the FA Cup final.
Andy Carroll has come under a lot of scrutiny this campaign but two late winners in each of Liverpool’s last matches has seen him win over some critics.
Carroll will certainly be looking for more goals from now until the end of the season as he tries to impress the future England manager for a place on the plane to Euro 2012.
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As for West Brom, they are currently sitting comfortably in 13th and are just one point of ninth, so a top ten finish is well within their sights.
Roy Hodgson has provided some stability at the Baggies this season and they have never really looked in too much relegation trouble, something that will certainly please the fans.
With Aston Villa and Bolton to play after this, Hodgson’s side can still have a big say in the relegation battle.
They will not be happy just to turn up and roll over for team’s with more to play than them, as Hodgson’s men are yet another side looking to take some confidence into next season.
The Midlands side have not won on the road in the league since their stunning 5-1 win over bitter rivals Wolves in February. West Brom have also failed to win at Anfield in the Premier League, a stat they will be desperate to change.
It all gets underway from 4.00pm on Sunday.