Crushing all in its path, the Liverpool juggernaut rolls into east London as the Reds tackle West Ham looking to make it nine wins on the bounce.
A price of 7/20 about an away win here is unlikely to set the juices coursing, while some may view the 27/4 and 4/1 for the home win and draw respectively as too unlikely an outcome to invest their hard-earned in.
For those of that persuasion, the bwin promoting gurus have decided to grace the game with their prestigious double-triple money offer, allowing bettors the opportunity to yield huge rewards.
The promotion works thusly – simply select a player to score either first or at any time and, should he do so, the bookie will double, or triple the initial odds about them achieving the feat if your runner goes on to score two or three times in the game.
Upon learning of this revelation, profit-hunting punters should be batting the lashes at Liverpool’s strikeforce so deadly they’ve earned an annoying acronym.
The SAS – or Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, as they’re less commonly known – are the men who obviously hold the key to a big payday here, spearheading an attack that’s plundered 30 goals in their last eight league outings.
Across these games, multi-goal hauls have been scored by five players with Uruguayan Suarez recently returning to the net rustling fold.
He bagged a brace when the sides met earlier in the campaign, one of nine instances in which the Reds’ number seven has finished a game with more than one goal this term.
With five goals in his previous three road games, two of which being Liverpool’s first of the match, Suarez must be backed here.
A price of 9/4 for him to open the scoring can be doubled to 9/2 should he fire two at Upton Park, while the initial offering will treble should he take home the match ball.
If Suarez doesn’t get you, though, Sturridge almost certainly will, having scored in 11 of the Merseysiders’ last 15 games.
The former Chelsea man doesn’t seem to notch in batches unlike his strike partner, but he has registered the occasional brace this term, meaning he may provide a decent insurance policy at 3/1 to score first (doubling to 6/1 if he gets two) should the Hale to his Pace not get the job done.