Bournemouth will be facing Liverpool tomorrow and we will definitely be interested in finding out what’s going to happen. There are plenty of reasons to speculate about the outcome, but let’s look at the facts first.
EPL 15: Bournemouth vs Liverpool at a Glance
With EPL 14 just concluding earlier this week, the pre-festive mood in EPL is definitely showing up. Some might have taken the Christmas holidays too seriously too early, though with Chelsea losing to Wolverhampton with 2-1 and upsetting the subtle balance of the EPL skies.
Be that as it may, though, Bournemouth have their own fight against Liverpool. And that’s a tough one. Before we continue, let’s catch you up on where you can watch the game. Well, that’s right here and no exceptions. Basically, you can enjoy yourself on the spot, because we offer you all that you will ever need when it comes to following the events live. Check out our live streams or simply make sure to be in touch with the live scores.
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Who Will Win?
It’s a question as good as any others. Who will win in the upcoming match between Liverpool and Bournemouth? Both teams have such great ambitions to be on top of the race. Nobody can really know for sure, although popular sentiment is now backing Liverpool.
Those quick feet from Mo. 🙌🙌
More of this tomorrow, please. 👊 pic.twitter.com/Mmj6nagZ8S
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 7, 2018
And how wouldn’t we be? Liverpool have been an absolute juggernaut these past few months and they appear to be completely unstoppable. Liverpool are also humble, which makes them even more dangerous because they are quite aware that they are not infallible.
Having this thought in mind, they are quite capable to spot any weaknesses in their own games on the spot and address those. It’s this that keeps Liverpool in top shape, other than the outstanding qualities of each individual footballer. Liverpool are actually painfully aware that they are vulnerable and that helps them patch things up before every single match. The match is taking place pretty, soon, too, so let’s have a look at the form of the teams.
Saturday 12.30pm Sky Sports Premier League
Venue Vitality Stadium
Last season Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 4
Referee Lee Mason
This season G8 Y29 R0 3.63 cards/game
Odds H 5-1 A 4-6 D 4-1
Subs from Boruc, Ramsdale, Simpson, Mings, Mousset, Pugh, Defoe, Taylor, Stanislas, Ibe, Rico
Injured Smith (knee, Feb), L Cook, Gosling (both knee, unknown)
Discipline Y25 R1
Leading scorer Wilson 8
Subs from Mignolet, Henderson, Shaqiri, Keïta, Lallana, Sturridge, Moreno, Origi, Jones, Camacho, Phillips
Doubtful Mané (foot), Robertson (knock)
Injured Lovren (concussion, 15 Dec), Gomez (leg, Jan), Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee, May), Clyne (knock), Solanke (groin, both unknown)
Discipline Y15 R1
Leading scorer Salah 7
With this in mind, there’s a lot to expect from both teams. Bournemouth have had a really rotten patch recently whereas Liverpool are still an unstoppable team with dangerous offensive capabilities. However, Chelsea were also quite undefeated until Wolverhampton destroyed them two nights back, so we are inclined to say that all good things must come to an end.
Question is, is it time for Chelsea to meet its makers in the face of Bournemouth? We’re not quite certain and we cannot quite know until the game’s final whistle has been blown.