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Sportingbet Preview - Liverpool

Posted on 26 November 2010  - 12:00

Our official betting partners Sportingbet give us a rundown of some of the markets on offer ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool at the Lane...

Our official betting partners Sportingbet give us a rundown of some of the markets on offer ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool at the Lane...

Another victory in the week continued Tottenham's November roll and they're once again favourites for three points when Liverpool arrive at the Lane on Sunday.

After the winnings flowed for positive punters last weekend, the Werder Bremen clash proved just as profitable for those following our tips, as Spurs triumphed with -1 goal at evens as well as winning both halves to pay another 9/5.

This weekend, Liverpool bring a far from intimidating away record to North London - they boast just one away win all season - and Spurs are even money favourites to continue the trend.

Liverpool are 12/5 to earn a first victory at White Hart Lane since 2008, while the draw pays 9/4 if you see matters ending all square.

If you're finding the results tough to call in a topsy turvy Premier League season, how about taking advantage of the added value in the First Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast markets.

Sportingbet's Goal Rush will have you cheering for goals as it offers to refund losing bets on the above markets in any game where there are five or more on the scoresheet.

That gives you licence to back Rafael van der Vaart to return to form and fitness at 5/1 for First Goalscorer, Peter Crouch to notch again at any time at 2/1 or even Younes Kaboul to continue his scoring streak at 7/1.

The Sportingbet Podcast mulls over the full Premier League programme if you're looking for a few tips this weekend, as well as a preview of El Clásico - Barcelona v Real Madrid - on Monday night.

There's also a South African view of the autumn international rugby, a look at the weekend's horse racing and, of course, footballing views and that £50 Free Bet opportunity courtesy of ex-England international Steve Bull. Listen now!

Odds correct at time of writing.