Premier League betting tips: Liverpool strikers can profit against Fulham

Rex Christensen
March 15, 2019

" We will see what we can do with it but it's still fantastic for us that LFC as a club, we really are back for the last games of global top football".

"I really don't care at all but we will probably draw an English club again", he told Veronica TV, per the Metro.

Despite all the focus on Manchester City chasing a quadruple, Liverpool are still pursuing a Premier League-Champions League double - something not achieved since Manchester United managed it in 2008 - and with Van Dijk in such peerless form, you can not write them off. I don't know about the statistics, but my impression is that there were not too many hard situations in and around our box.

"We played too few up front". We want as many (as possible) going forward.

"It is not about playing free-flowing football because that is not possible against a side of this quality, you have to find different ways and we found them".

"I think if the draw gives something like Manchester City versus Manchester United, or Tottenham against Liverpool, for example, I think they would be absolutely fantastic matches".

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Two teams are going out and the Europa League is giving us a big opportunity also to take one way to go to the Champions League. The ill-tempered feel to the match continued throughout a nervy second half as a number of strong challenges went unpunished.

"I don't see why not when he's gone to PSG with the team he's got and won", Giggs said, when asked if his former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could land European football's biggest prize while in caretaker charge at Old Trafford.

Two goals from Sadio Mane, plus a first for the club in Europe from Virgil Van Dijk, meant the Joel Matip own-goal equaliser they conceded was rendered inconsequential. "We impressed them massively". With four English clubs reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since the 2008-09 season, we may be on the cusp of a new period of European domination by the richest league in the world.

The Polish forward was this season's top scorer in the Champions League ahead of the meeting but fired off just two shots in the entire 180 minute tie, thanks to the work of Virgil Van Dijk and the Reds' defence. It's not sweeter for me because it's Bayern.

Whether he was joking or not, it's fair to suggest that Juventus knew exactly what they getting when they signed Ronaldo from Real Madrid last summer.

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho had a good night on Wednesday.

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