How do the experts see Wigan Athletic’s game against Liverpool, let’s have a look at how the pundits and bookies see this game going at the weekend….
Mark Lawrenson has gone for a 2-1 win to Liverpool at the DW Stadium on Wednesday. The BBC pundit is currently lying 2nd in the Cockney Latic Prediction League and that shows that he knows his stuff.
He said about his prediction; Liverpool had an excellent result at the weekend with the win over Chelsea, which makes it four wins on the trot now including Europe, but it’s no good beating Chelsea if you can’t beat Wigan.
Roberto Martinez’s side must be the most difficult team in the Premier League to predict. When things are good, they look comfortably like they could finish 14th or 15th, but then on other days, they play like they’d struggle to finish in the top 10 in the Championship
Of the Prediction League users (sponsored by Workit Recruitment) 20% are going for 1-1, 7/1 on Betfair.
Liverpool are off the back of beating league leaders Chelsea at the weekend and on a run of four wins.
Latics will be looking to take advantage of a Pool team that usually comes to the DW to expect us to roll over (like the last two visits!!!)
Betfair, the fastest growing betting site in the UK, they have it going the way of a 0-1 Liverpool victory with odds of 6/1, 2-0 to the Latics is at 30/1 and 2-1 to Latics an 9/1 punt.
We are favourites to lose game at 4/5, but if you think we’ll nick we have odds of 4/1. So if betting is something you do, maybe a try of Betfair is something to consider.
Registration is easy, the odds are usually better than anywhere else (if there not you can ask for better) and to round it off, if your first bet loses they will refund it for you up to the value of £25. For instance, if you have £25 on Latics to beat Liverpool at 4/1 you will be paid £125, if Latics don’t win – you get your £25 back.
Here are some of the odds for our next game against Reds:
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