Preview updated at 12:16 23/10/2020 UKT
Liverpool v Sheffield United
1.9
Both Teams To Score - No
Tipped at 2020-10-23 11:10 UKT (always check current prices before betting)
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Liverpool vs Sheffield United Match Preview and Prediction

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On Saturday evening (UK time) 24 October, Liverpool will take on Sheffield United at Anfield with a 8:00pm kick-off. This is a Premier League fixture.

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office.

Keep reading for the preview and match prediction.

The preview will justify where the value is to take advantage of.

Betting Odds for Liverpool vs Sheffield United

Liverpool are 1.26 with Unibet. The draw is 6.5 with Bet365 while Sheffield United are best-priced at 13.0 with Bet Victor.

With the Total Goals lines, the best price for Over 2.5 goals is 1.5 via Bet365. Alternatively, the top price for Under 2.5 goals is 2.7 with Bet Victor.

Next up, the current best prices for the Both Teams To Score (BTTS) market. "Yes" is available at 1.98 with 888sport. Otherwise, "No" can be backed at 1.9 at Betfair Sportsbook.

Head To Head

In the most recent head-to-head, Liverpool played Sheffield United in January in a Premier League match. The winners on the day were Liverpool with a margin of 2-0.

During the last decade of action, these teams have faced-off 2 times. Liverpool have won in 2 of the matches in this period and Sheffield United have won 0 matches. There have been no draws.

In this head-to-head, there has been an average of 1.5 goals in their meetings. Liverpool score an average of 1.5; Sheffield United score an average of 0.0 per match.

Liverpool

In 3rd place in Premier League with 10 points we have the home team, Liverpool.

There have been 45 matches played by them over the recent 12 months. They have 32 wins; 8 draws; and 5 losses. Therefore, Liverpool have won 71%, drawn 17%, and lost 11% of their recent matches.

Over this 12-month period, they average 2.18 goals per match. They have conceded an average of 1.18.

When at home, in this period, they have a win rate of 82% (19 wins) from 23 home fixtures. 17% (4) of these games at home have been a draw, with the remaining 0% (0) ending in a loss for the home side.

On average they have scored 2.43 times when at home in this same period and they have conceded 0.91.

Across all competitions, they are averaging 2.9 goals per game in their most recent ten matches; 6 of these matches have been wins. Of these ten games, 7 of them have seen both sides score. There have been 6 matches with three goals or more.

And they have scored at least once in each of their last 3 matches.

Sheffield United

As we look ahead to this one, Sheffield United have 1 point in Premier League. They are in 19th position.

Looking over the last year, they have played 31 matches. They have 12 wins; 11 draws; and 8 losses. This gives Sheffield United a recent Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 38%-35%-25%.

In this period, they have an average of 1.13 goals for, and 0.97 goals against.

On the road in the last 12 months, they have a win rate of 37% (6 wins) from the most recent 16 away fixtures. 37% (6) of these games away from home have been a draw, with the remaining 25% (4) ending in a loss.

Their away scoring record for this period shows that their average number of goals scored is 1.0 and they have conceded 0.88 on average.

Across all competitions, their recent performance data shows that they have scored 9 goals in their last ten matches and this has led to their current win rate of 30%. The total number of times that Sheffield United and whoever they've played have also scored is 4 matches in those ten; and there has been 2 matches with three goals or more.

Frog's betting tip for Liverpool vs Sheffield United

We can't see both sides having success in front of goal. Frog will be taking No in the Both Teams To Score market. There is a firm belief that at least one of these sides will maintain a clean sheet.

This particular tip comes with a good rating.Betfair Sportsbook will give you 1.9 if only one side scores... or neither side scores.