The bwin traders have dangled a huge carrot of opportunity to punters with this latest offer of returned stakes on first goalscorer and correct score bets if the deadly Luis Suarez scores against Sunderland for the fifth time in his last four appearances.
The talented yet controversial Uruguayan made an encouraging return from his 10-match ban for biting Branoslav Ivanovic against Manchester United in the Capital One Cup and will be even sharper for the visit to manager-less Sunderland.
To emphasise just how much the scales are tipped in favour of the punters, Suarez, who finished second to only Robin van Persie in the Premier League golden boot race last season with 23 goals, has been priced up at just 5/4 to score in the match on his top flight return.
Further confidence for a lumpy bet also should be gained from his fruitful record when facing up against the Mackems, having scored four in his last three Premier League clashes when facing the red army from Wearside.
With Sunderland in turmoil after the sacking of Paulo Di Canio, it would take a brave punter to take the 17/4 on temporary boss Kevin Ball overseeing a home win.
Liverpool’s 100% start to the campaign came to an end at home to Southampton last weekend but that hasn’t stopped punters filling their boots on an away win here.
Liverpool haven’t lost in six Premier League away games and have scored 41 goals in their last 21 matches on the road
To maximise the potential of this sensational offer, keeping positive Liverpool results on side looks the way to play the correct score and first goalscorer markets.
Snapping up both 2-0 (27/4) and 3-0 (12/1) Liverpool victories safe in the knowledge that stakes will be returned if Suarez scores, makes perfect sense from a tactical punting perspective.
Seven of Liverpool’s last nine Premier League goals have been scored by Daniel Sturridge, therefore with the Suarez refund in mind similar shrewd tacticians may want to cover the England forward to score at 7/2.