Liverpool vs. Man City Odds: Bettors Prefer Liverpool In Premier League Clash

Despite Man City sitting top of the league, bettors are backing Liverpool to come out on top tomorrow
Tom Dodd
Sat, February 6, 7:13 AM EST

Liverpool vs. Man City Betting Odds & Data

It’s been a busy schedule in the Premier League since the turn of the year and a lot has changed at the top of the table in recent weeks. Many teams have dropped a lot of points, including the champions Liverpool, who have surprisingly lost their last two home games amid a surprising loss of form. One team that hasn’t lost their form is Manchester City, who sit pretty at the top of league after eleven straight wins– they have a three point lead at the top with a game in hand. With a lead like this, tomorrow’s game at Anfield between Liverpool and City is even more important for the Reds as they look to narrow the gap on Pep Guardiola’s men.

In the last 24 hours, Liverpool have taken up 50.54% of bets despite going into the game seven points behind their rivals. Jurgen Klopp has held the upper hand over his counterpart Pep Guardiola in recent encounters and it seems, despite recent form, bettors are backing that trend to continue tomorrow in the huge EPL clash.

Man City are favorites with the sportsbooks, with the current best odds available being +110 (11/10 in fractional odds). That means you if wagered $100 on the favorites, you’d profit $110. Liverpool are available at odds of +250.

Liverpool vs. Man City Odds

Result Odds (Click to Bet) Implied Probability Public Betting %
Liverpool +250 28.6% 50.54%
Man City +110 47.6% 26.49%
Draw +260 27.8% 22.97%

Find the full list of odds for the game here.

Other games on Sunday’s Premier League slate include Tottenham vs. West Brom, with Jose Mourinho’s Spurs looking to bounce back from their defeat against Chelsea earlier in the week. They’re heavy favorites at odds of -200 against the relegation-threatened ‘Baggies’. The final game tomorrow is another top vs bottom clash as Sheffield United travel to face the in-form Chelsea under their new manager Thomas Tuchel.

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