Liverpool Vs Bournemouth Prediction
|10/04/2021||Bournemouth - Coventry||W4:1|
|05/04/2021||Blackburn - Bournemouth||W0:2|
|02/04/2021||Bournemouth - Middlesbrough||W3:1|
|16/03/2021||Bournemouth - Swansea||W3:0|
|13/03/2021||Bournemouth - Barnsley||L2:3|
|06/03/2021||Preston - Bournemouth||D1:1|
|10/04/2021||Liverpool - Aston Villa||W2:1|
|03/04/2021||Arsenal - Liverpool||W0:3|
|30/12/2020||Newcastle - Liverpool||D0:0|
|27/12/2020||Liverpool - West Brom||D1:1|
|19/12/2020||Crystal Palace - Liverpool||W0:7|
|16/12/2020||Liverpool - Tottenham||W2:1|
Liverpool vs AFC Bournemouth predictions for Saturday’s Premier League tie at Anfield.
Klopp's guys lost 3-0 on the street the previous match-day in the group, against Watford. This had been their first defeat in the PL effort, and place curtains in their dream of emulating Arsene Wenger's Invincibles.
Ever since the CL title-holders lost from Diego Simeone's Atleti, the air of invincibility surrounding the Reds appears to have gone. After the defeat in the Champions Leaguethey crashed out of the FA Cup from Chelsea, and bidding goodbye to their treble hopes also.
Suffice it to say LFC might need to get back to their winning track very soon.
Meanwhile, Eddie Howe's men secured a 2-2 draw at home against Chelsea. While they did avoid a defeat, the team is still set in the relegation zone. With only ten match-days staying, the team might have to perform at their very best to refrain from getting a boot into the Championship.
Jurgen Klopp's guys are at Anfield, and they're frustrated beyond creativity. They desperately need a sense of calm today, and also a huge win before the home crowd could provide that today.
They are the prospective champions and hold a lead of 22 points on top of the desk over current title-holders Manchester City. On the flip side, the Cherries are set in the relegation zone, also have been an average side in their best day this season.
Moreover, the Reds recorded a combined scoreline of 17-0 from the prior 5 h2h experiences, and might have held that a 100% winning record this decade in face-to-face matches at this venue, if not for a single draw. Additionally, note that the hosts have conceded in only a single meeting at this ground in the past decade, against this competition.
Eventually, LFC are still on an 11-fixture winning streak at this scene this season, while their counterparts are on a losing series of five on the street, and had failed to score in five of their former seven off fixtures.
Taking these observations into account, together with the inability of Howe's men to score at Anfield, it's predicted that Liverpool will return to their very best, and document a win to nil this weekend.