Roy Hodgson’s West Bromwich Albion look to have a mountain to climb this weekend as they face a surging Liverpool side that they have beaten just once in ten attempts, being held goalless on nine of those occasions.
Astoundingly, Liverpool have outscored the Baggies 25 to two since 2002.
And having faced the gauntlet in midweek against Stoke and come away victorious on the road, their confidence will be high.
Uruguayan Luis Suarez will be most confident of all – the South American has been a big success in his relatively short time at Liverpool and odds on him to be first scorer look tempting at 9/2.
Not only does he lead the side in league goals with four, but he also tallied the two against the Potters that saw the Reds into the next round of the Carling Cup.
Suarez to repeat that trick and score twice pays at odds of 6/1.
Kop hero Dalglish will also be hoping that Andy Carroll will finally find his range.
Having managed just a single marker all term he is due a tally and must start repaying some of that huge transfer fee they paid for his services.
At 8/1 he is a tempting long shot to break out with two or more goals in this fixture, and with Liverpool outscoring West Brom so comprehensively in recent times this appears to be as good a time as any.
West Brom may have won just once in their last ten meetings with the Reds, and indeed that was the sole occasion they found the net, but they sit just four points adrift of Kenny Dalglish’s sixth-placed side.
They will fancy their chances at the Hawthorns, especially as they have lost only one of their last six games.
West Brom have started the season brightly by their standards and have notched goals in over half of their games, so must be fancied to find the target at least once at home.
After missing a penalty in their last outing against Midlands rivals Aston Villa, Chris Brunt should be keen to atone for his mistake.
With top scorer Shane Long out, go with the 13/4 that Brunt redeems himself at any time during the match.
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