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Liverpool’s Chances In The Premier League This Season

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Liverpool might not be worth betting on to win the Premiership this season, but it is quite likely that they could mount a challenge for Champions League qualification and they may well have a chance in either of the domestic cups as well. The recent acquisition of Craig Bellamy from Manchester City looks like being a very shrewd piece of business by Kenny Dalglish, especially after his performance on Wednesday night when he cut through the Brighton defence at their new stadium in the League Cup like a hot knife through butter. He is in such form at the moment that he may well keep the £35 million man Andy Carroll out of the team. Suarez is just about undroppable considering how effective he is whenever he is on the pitch while Dirk Kuyt is fast developing into a Liverpool legend, working like a dog defensively and cutting in from the right wing offensively to use his goal-scoring prowess to great effect.

Dalglish has also strengthened his midfield options over the summer. Though he lost Meireles to Chelsea where the player’s former manager at Porto – Villas-Boas – was able to persuade him to swap Anfield for Stamford Bridge, Dalglish has signed Charlie Adam from Blackpool and Jordan Henderson from Sunderland to bolster an already swollen midfield. When Gerrard returns from his groin injury there will now be competition all over the middle of the park. Liverpool should consequently have the strength in depth of squad to mount a real challenge.

So if you are thinking of placing a bet on Liverpool then I would have a look at their odds for Champions League qualification as well as perhaps the domestic cups. Unfortunately I cannot offer comparably insightful information regarding the Breeders Cup odds or cricket online betting as football is my sport, but if you are looking for advice on the betting patterns of said sports then have a look online and you are sure to find all the advice that you need.


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