Liverpool Wigan Odds : Martinez looking for fight as side could shock at Anfield

Liverpool’s last gasp defeat to QPR on Wednesday night was evidence, if ever you needed it, that anyone can beat anyone in the Premier League, as this topsy-turvy season took another surprising turn so massive odds of 12/1 on the away win is sure to attract punters at Anfield this weekend.

Whilst that result will not have done Wigan any favours in their bid to avoid the drop, it will certainly give them heart. They will now believe that they can go to Anfield on Saturday and come away with at least a point.

That loss for Liverpool, however, really summed up how their season has gone so far. They dominated the game for the most part, but still came away with less than they should have done.

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Of course, that was away from Anfield, but their home form does not bode well either. In 14 home games, they have only managed to win five times – a record that relegation haunted Blackburn can match.

Because of that, the critics have really started to appear, with many suggesting that Kenny Dalglish is out of touch with modern football and tactically one-dimensional.

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The argument Liverpool fans will make though, is that they have won the Carling Cup already this season, and find themselves in the semi-final of the FA Cup. But is that really all they are prepared to settle for? A third consecutive season without Champions’ League football?

In reality, Wigan are a team that Liverpool really should have no problem beating, joint bottom of the Premier League, they have only managed to win twice on their travels this campaign.

Liverpool go in search of their tenth ever win against the Latics, while victory for the visitors will only be their second.

These two played out a drab 0-0 draw at the DW Stadium earlier on in the season, while last season’s two encounters both ended one apiece. The last time Liverpool beat Wigan was back in 2009, as they ran out 2-1 winners.

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