Huddersfield aiming to cause another upset against Liverpool


Huddersfield raced into a two-goal lead against Manchester United on October 21st and, despite a Marcus Rashford second-half strike, they still managed to hold on for an important three points. After opening with a series of winnable matches, David Wagner’s side are currently embarking on a difficult run of fixtures with their next assignment being a trip to Anfield on October 28th.

The Reds are unbeaten at home so far this season but have drawn their last two games against Manchester United and Burnley and have been far from reliable at the back. Klopp’s men were picked apart easily by Spurs on October 22nd as Harry Kane ran riot at Wembley with the North London club emerging 4-1 winners. There have been calls for the manager to conduct a defensive shake-up with the likes of Andrew Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and goalkeeper Danny Ward all in line for possible starts.

The West Yorkshire outfit will be full of confidence following their display against Manchester United and they’ll believe they can head back across the M62 with at least a point. The visitors are a huge 14/1 with Betfair to claim all three points in Merseyside.

Manchester United host Spurs in the early game and Jose Mourinho will demand an improved performance from his side following a couple of lacklustre displays. The Red Devils did progress in the EFL Cup on October 24th and will need to keep it tight against the league’s top scorer.

Elsewhere, free-scoring Manchester City travel to the Hawthorns hoping to ease past an under-performing West Brom side. Under pressure Mark Hughes is looking to guide his Stoke team to three points at Vicarage Road whilst Crystal Palace welcome West Ham to Selhurst Park. Chelsea travel to the South Coast to take on Bournemouth in the late game.

You can find details of all the top UK bookmakers here at BettingTop10, including Sporting Bet, who have priced a Manchester United, Watford, and Chelsea treble at 15/2.

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