101 Great Goals prediction: Liverpool 3-1 BournemouthLiverpool to beat Bournemouth 3-1 is 10/1 with Bet365
Liverpool produced a historic victory on Tuesday to reach their 18th European semi-final by emphatically defeating Manchester City 5-1 over two-legs.
With the focus now returning back to domestic action, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino will both be looking to continue their remarkable scoring record.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth look safe for another season and are now going in search of a top-half finish.
Liverpool vs Bournemouth betting tips: Who will win?
Liverpool are huge 1/4 favourites to win on Saturday.
Bournemouth can be backed at massive 9/1 odds, while the draw is 5/1.First goal scorer tip: Mo Salah is 11/4 to score 1st with Bet365
Liverpool vs Bournemouth preview
Liverpool will put their incredible European exploits on hold this Saturday as they welcome Bournemouth to Anfield.
The Reds have enjoyed a thoroughly thrilling week of football having knocked Man City out of the Champions League and making Meyerside rivals Everton go 17 fixtures without a win in the derby.
Sat in both a commanding position in the top-four and in the semi-finals of the Champions League, Liverpool are beginning to finally flourish under Jurgen Klopp.
Another manager who is doing a fine job at his club is Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe, who for another season looks to have secured the Cherries’ top-flight status.
With the top-half of the table now in sight, Howe’s side have produced a remarkable turnaround and will head to Liverpool brimming with confidence.
Last Saturday, the Cherries denied Crystal Palace three points as an 89th-minute equaliser scored by Joshua King earned Bournemouth a point.Mo Salah & Dom Solanke to score anytime & Liverpool to win: 15/8 with Ladbrokes
Manchester City (1) 1-2 (5) Liverpool
Liverpool made light-work of beating Premier League champions-in-waiting Manchester City as goals from Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino saw the Reds reach the Champions League semi-finals.
Jurgen Klopp’s side suffered an early scare as Gabriel Jesus netted for City after just two minutes, however, they were unable to conjure up any further response as both Salah and Firmino netted record-equalling ninth goals of this Champions League campaign.
Liverpool team news
Liverpool will be without Emre Can, Adam Lallana, Joel Matip and Joe Gomez on Saturday who are all continuing to struggle with injury.
Jordan Henderson returns have missed the Champions League second-leg tie versus Man City through suspension.
Bournemouth team news
Bournemouth will be without former Liverpool man Jordan Ibe.
Tyrone Mings, Junior Stanislas and Adam Smith all miss the fixture due to injury.Mo Salah to score, Liverpool win & BTTS: 9/4 with William Hill
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