Bet of the day: FA Cup special for Liverpool to be leading Plymouth at 15 mins
Holly Thackeray | 8 January 2017
Bet of the day
- Liverpool have lost just two games all season
- The Reds face League Two Plymouth Argyle
- In two of four cup games this campaign, Liverpool have led at 15 mins
- Jurgen Klopp’s firepower can blow the travelling Pilgrims away
Liverpool 11/4 FA Cup match special to lead Plymouth at 15 mins
FA Cup third round weekend continues on Sunday and our pick of the games on offer is Premier League challengers Liverpool’s battle with League Two team Plymouth Argyle, so we’ve our latest bet of the day from this very fixture.
There’s a tasty FA Cup match special on offer from Liverpool v Plymouth odds with Coral, with an appealing price of 11/4 for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds to lead by 15 minutes on the clock.
As the Merseysiders have dazzled with their football this season, why not back them to be quick out of the blocks?
Read on for our reasons Liverpool can lead after just a quarter of an hour…
Back a rampant Reds start from Liverpool v Plymouth odds
With a crucial EFL Cup semi-final against Southampton up next and a vital Northwest PL derby with Manchester United just around the corner too, Klopp’s contingent will surely want to settle this Sunday scuffle as swiftly as possible.
A usual tactic for Liverpool is to shock and awe opponents with their pressing and attacking intent from the off, so expect no different at Anfield when playing Plymouth.
The visiting Pilgrims are three tiers of football below the Reds, with the hosts having run rampant all season, scoring a whopping 48 goals in just 20 league games.
Klopp’s Merseyside men have been beaten just twice across all competitions this term, so minnows Plymouth will be up against it from the off.
While, in two of their four previous cup clashes this season, Liverpool have led their opponents at 15 minutes, before going on to win all and conceding only one goal themselves.
So, with riches in attack such as Daniel Sturridge, Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi that Plymouth could only dream of, backing this FA Cup match special makes sense!