The Liverpool runaway title train heads to east London, where the Reds will face West Ham at odds as short as 7/20 to make it nine Premier League victories from as many games.
Monstrously priced, however, the Hammers are primed to jam up the cogs in the all-engulfing three-point-producing machine.
It’s a 27/4 payday for those who back Sam Allardyce’s side to give Chelsea and Manchester City simultaneous shots in the arm, while the draw is on offer at an equally tempting 4/1.
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Liverpool may be winning at will at the minute, but the fact remains that they haven’t prevailed in as many of the road games as what they have this season, drawing four and losing four of their 16 sojourns.
The table toppers have also looked far from watertight when tackling the basement dwellers in recent weeks too.
A shaky showing in the closing stages at home to Sunderland suggested nerves may be creeping in, while three goals shipped at Cardiff and two at Fulham a few weeks prior doesn’t inspire sufficient faith in the Merseysiders to keep a clean sheet.
Their backline will come across a much different proposition in former colleague, the Geordie battering ram, Andy Carroll, who returned to his barnstorming best against the Black Cats last time out.
His man of the match performance was supplemented with a textbook headed goal and he’s a 10/1 shot to hamper his old club’s league-winning prospects by scoring the opener here.
His current club are in good form too, winning six of their last nine outings and will be sure to give a good account of themselves when Brendan Rodgers’ boys pay a visit.