Reds seek away day comforts

Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool have hit the buffers since their impressive win over Manchester City, but have the perfect opportunity to get back on track at Huddersfield on Tuesday.

Jurgen Klopp and David Wagner are good friends but there will be no favours on Tuesday, with both teams desperate to collect the points (Match Betting – Huddersfield 39/4, Draw 15/4, Liverpool 20/59).

After back-to-back defeats, against Swansea in the league and West Brom in the FA Cup, the Reds need a response at the John Smith’s Stadium and they could be catching Huddersfield at the right time.

Apart from the 1-0 defeat at the Liberty Stadium, Liverpool have played with more freedom on the road, scoring 21 goals in their last seven Premier League away games.

In contrast, the Terriers have no wins in the last six league games and have scored just one goal in their last four in the league.

The Reds can be backed at 29/20 to score over 2.5 goals, while Robetro Firmino – who’s scored four goals in last five league games – is 5/4 to score at anytime.

Swansea can move to within a point of Huddersfield, if Town lose and the Swans beat Arsenal – but I don’t expect the latter to happen.

Arsenal have won comfortably on their last two trips to Swansea and despite the hosts recent improved form, the Gunners have had longer to prepare and look the best bet at 20/39.

The third game sees two teams ravaged by injuries meet at the London Stadium, when West Ham (19/10) and Crystal Palace (31/20) go head-to-head.

The two sides drew 2-2 at Selhurst Park in October and another draw (23/10) looks a decent bet, considering both team are without a host of first-team stars.

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