Bet of the day: Origi to score in Liverpool win over Sion
Lee Gormley | December 10, 2015
Bet of the day
- Liverpool already advancing to Europa League last 16
- Reds are undefeated and sit comfortably atop Group B
- Divock Origi hit a hat-trick recently against Southampton
- Jurgen Klopp gunning for silverware success in this competition
Origi to score in Liverpool win 4/1
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool travel to Sion knowing they have already secured their Europa League progression but, after going undefeated in Group B, they are part of Coral’s bet of the day with in-form Divock Origi 4/1 to score anytime in a Reds victory and a max stake of £20.
The visiting Merseysiders have stormed to the summit of their group standings without losing once, but will will be keen to end on a winning note as they prepare to enter the knockout stages, where many tougher tests lie ahead of them.
Klopp’s men are the 6/5 favourites to earn another three points on their travels, while Belgian attacking danger Origi is 5/4 to dispatch anytime, making these enhanced 4/1 matchday special odds extremely worthwhile this midweek.
Klopp wants Europa League success
It’s been evident from Klopp’s arrival that the German coach is taking this European competition very seriously, seeing it as a quick-fire path to silverware success in his maiden campaign in charge.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss has witnessed the emergence of several young talents since arriving and many others seeing to revive their form under him, a previous theme too at his former Bundesliga club.
Origi thriving this term
One of those starlets is Belgium international prospect Origi, who has begun to blossom this season with the new man at the Anfield helm. The 20-year-old has shown great signs of development this term and his clinical hat-trick against Premier League rivals Southampton recently proved he has a deadly eye for goal.
The youngster led the line for Liverpool during that eventual 6-1 Capital One Cup thrashing at St Mary’s Stadium, with Ronald Koeman’s Saints rear guard simply not able to deal with his attacking threat.
Expect a similar outcome tonight in Origi’s latest Europa League outing, as he pushes for the leading forward role under Klopp after another injury set-back for Daniel Sturridge.
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