Liverpool have stunned everyone with their performance in the last phase of the Premier League. They are now hoping to reach the Champions League spot for the next season as they are just a point behind Manchester United and Newcastle. The Reds will be prepared to push their limits as they host Aston Villa at Anfield on Saturday.
From the 8th spot to a confirmed Europa League spot for the next season, the Reds have surprised everyone after their inconsistent performance in the Premier League this season. The top bookmakers in India have EPL odds on their websites.
Aston Villa will be coming to Anfield with hopes of securing a victory and solidifying their position in the Premier League. However, winning it at Anfield is a very tough task for any team out there.
With an unbeaten streak of 9 games, Jurgen Klopp’s men have confirmed their spot in the next season of the Europa League. They are now hoping to target a confirmed Champions League place. Liverpool are currently in the 5th spot in the point table and they are just one point away from Manchester United and Newcastle. Before the season comes to an end, Liverpool needs to win the remaining two games of the league and would hope that either Man Utd or Newcastle drop points.
Thiago Alcantara (hip), Stefan Bajcetic (adductor) and Calvin Ramsay (knee) are out of action because of their respective injuries
Predicted Lineup: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Fabinho, Jones, Salah, Gakpo, Diaz
The Lions have demonstrated considerable improvement this season, progressing from a 14th-place finish last year to currently occupying the 8th spot in the Premier League standings. Aston Villa now has an opportunity to surpass teams like Tottenham and Brighton and secure a higher position. Although the recent loss against the Wolves was disappointing, the victory in the last game against Tottenham will undoubtedly provide a significant confidence boost.
Philippe Coutinho has been declared injured and won’t be taking part in the Saturday fixture.
Predicted Lineup: Martinez, Young, Konsa, Mings, Moreno, Ramsey, Kamara, Luiz, McGinn, Buendia, Watkins
Playing at Anfield has always been intimidating for every English club and Liverpool have always been ferocious at home. We predict another win for Liverpool against Aston Villa on Saturday.