Liverpool v Everton Betting Odds Comparison

Wednesday, 04/12/2019, Time: 22:15

Match Betting (1x2)

It’s been a long time since there was such a gap in the Premier League table between Liverpool and Everton. At the time of writing, there are fifteen places separating the two Merseyside rivals, with the Reds having amassed an incredible 37 points in 13 games played thus far.

That puts them 23 points ahead of the Toffees who are languishing just above the relegation zone and anything other than a home win at Anfield on Wednesday 4 December would be a major surprise.

Ladbrokes are biggest about Liverpool with their 4/11 quote about a home win and Jurgen Klopp’s side have been flawless in front of their own supporters this season, putting several teams to the sword including Leicester and Tottenham.

The Reds are averaging nearly three goals per game and it’s hard to see them not outscoring a team who will be set up to defend in a manner which nearly saw them leave with a point in this fixture last season.

The draw is generally available at 4/1 and the game was heading towards a point apiece last season until Virgil van Dijk’s mishit shot bounced off the crossbar and Divock Origi was able to nod the ball home in injury-time.

As for the prospect of an away win, it would certainly lift the gloom around Goodison Park at the moment and Unibet are prepared to offer 9/1 that Everton pull off a shock win across Stanley Park.

Asian Handicap

There are plenty of football fans expecting a big Liverpool victory in this clash and it’s hardly a surprise considering that they have already bagged 17 goals at Anfield this season.

If you find the odds about the Reds winning in ninety minutes too short, there’s the option to back the home side on the Asian Handicap where you can get bigger odds should you think Liverpool will win by a bigger margin.

For example, you can get the home side at 1/2 on the Asian Handicap with a -1 handicap which means money back if they land a victory by a single goal and a profit if they’re two goals better than Everton.

However, the bet we really like is the 17/16 with BetVictor about Liverpool -1.5 considering that a two-goal margin of victory shouldn’t really be beyond Klopp’s side providing that they can find a breakthrough at a suitably early juncture.

We wouldn’t put anyone off the 7/4 about Liverpool -2 which would mean the home side need a three-goal margin of victory for a profit but a two goal win would mean money back.

First Goalscorer

Sadio Mane has now developed into a regular scorer for Liverpool and it’s noticeable how much his game has improved under Klopp over the past few seasons.

The Senegal star is a 15/4 chance to open the scoring in the Merseyside derby and always looks like a good option considering the rate at which he breaks the deadlock.

Roberto Firmino is available at 24/5 and looks set to operate in that central position between Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, with the latter having suffered a few injury problems in recent weeks.

For those seeking a bigger price, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain catches the eye at 8/1 and the England midfielder has scored some peaches from long-range this season, with his injury problems looking as though they are behind him.

Over / Under Goals

There was only just one goal scored at Anfield when these teams met last season, although it hasn’t stopped the bookies from expecting the net to bulge several times when the teams meet next week.

Over 2.5 Goals is no bigger than 4/7 and we’re keen to go a step further and back Over 3.5 Goals which is trading at 6/4 and could be covered by the home side alone who are sure to have the bit between their teeth.