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Liverpool v Manchester City betting tips – Suarez and Aguero mean goals galore at Anfield

"It could turn out to be a scoring contest between the two south Americans."

It’s hard to pick a winner for Sunday’s big match although both teams will be on scoresheet for this Premier League title showdown

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Let’s face it, it the unstoppable force against the immoveable object on Sunday, with the match odds about right for a game which will clearly go a long way in determining which team wins the Premier League title.

Chelsea fans will be hoping for a draw and the 27/10 with bet365 free bet gets the nod for this game on the basis that the teams can cancel each other out, with Liverpool lacking experience when it comes to these showdowns and their zero points from trips to Stamford Bridge and the Etihad might come back to haunt them.

Not that this game will be boring in any way, with Brendan Rodgers and Manuel Pellegrini hatching a plan to score the goals required for victory while trying to keep things tight at the same time.

Perhaps City would be in a stronger position if Sergio Aguero had been fit all term although the Argentine is ready for the final push after recovering from injury and the man known as Kun is arguably the most talented striker in the division.

Liverpool fans would argue their own Luis Suarez is the most dangerous sharp shooter and it could turn out to be a scoring contest between the two south Americans, with the home side looking to fly out of the traps as they did when destroying Tottenham and Arsenal at Anfield.

The Reds are the 6/4 favourite to win the game, with City a 39/20 poke to claim victory although it could instead to have a bet on at least four goals being scored, with a 2-2 scoreline being the outcome in this fixture last term.

Ladbrokes go 11/20 about Over 2.5 Goals although the same firm have 13/10 about Over 3.5 Goals and that has happened regularly at Anfield this term, including 5-1 against Arsenal, 4-3 against Swansea and 4-0 against Tottenham.

The 2-2 draw is a 12/1 chance and the fact that Both Teams to Score is on offer at 4/9 tells you everything you need to know about how this game is likely to turn out.

TIP: Over 3.5 Goals @ 13/10 with Ladbrokes

All odds were correct at time of posting.