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This includes Liverpool to win the league odds and Liverpool to win Champions League odds. Both markets are incredibility popular for those that want to stake a wager on the Reds to win. The depth in the current Liverpool squad gives them the best chance of winning every competition they are in. But, to do so, they first have to navigate their way through a tricky group stage in the Champions League.
The Liverpool to qualify odds could be lucrative as they are drawn in a tricky group alongside Napoli, Red Bull Salzburg and Genk. However, as the reigning champions punters should be confident. Ruby Bet is also the best place to find offs on Liverpool winning the Premiership. These Liverpool to win odds have been slashed since the beginning of the season since Liverpool have begun the season unbeaten. However, Ruby Bet remains to the best place for Liverpool odds to win Premier League.
Top Three Liverpool Dramatic Matches
The history of the Reds is glittered with occasions when they have defied the Liverpool to qualify odds and came back from behind to achieve success. Here, are just three examples that could have returned the ultimate value on Liverpool odds.
1. Liverpool vs Barcelona (Champions League Semi-Final Second Leg, 2019)
- Date: 07/05/19
- Venue: Anfield
The most recent and evident example of Liverpool odds being the ultimate value was ahead of their second leg against Barcelona at Anfield in the Champions League. The Reds were valued at 66/1 to qualify for the final in Madrid having lost the first leg in Spain 3-0. This first leg result also saw the Liverpool odds Champions League to increase to 100/1. Of course, hindsight is a wonderful thing, but even at the time, these Liverpool odds were eye-catching.
Having fallen behind in the first leg, Liverpool needed to make history and overcome the biggest semi-final deficit ever to reach the final. Divock Origi scored early in the match before the introduction of Georginio Wijnaldum changed the course of the game entirely. The Dutchman scored twice within 15 minutes of coming on, and that saw the Liverpool odds reversed and the Reds the favourites to qualify. The comeback was complete with ten minutes remaining as Origi scored his second of the game following quick-thinking from Trent Alexander-Arnold from a corner.
Anfield was jubilient, and the Liverpool to win Champions League odds plummeted. This performance will be forever remembered as night Liverpool overcame the famous Barcelona and Lionel Messi to reach the final of the most prestigious club competition in the world. This mentality was a driving force behind their final win, as they were able to rectify their defeat from the competition in 2018 to beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0. These European performances are the reason why the Liverpool to win the league odds have been so competitive.
2.Liverpool vs Borussia Dortmund (Europa League Quarterfinal, 2016)
- Date: 14/04/16
- Venue: Anfield
Jurgen Klopp quickly realised what it was to be like as manager of Liverpool and the expectancy on them to defy the Liverpool to win Europa League odds when he managed against his former club in the second leg of their Europa League clash in 2016. The two sides were evenly matched after the first game, with the aggregate score at 1-1. However, Anfield was once again going to see Liverpool odds defied.
The Reds went 2-0 behind through Henkrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang goals after the first ten minutes. This saw the Liverpool odds for them to win the tie reach 50/1, and for Liverpool to win Europa League odds reach 200/1. However, the never say die attitude ensured that they pulled a goal back, before falling back to 3-1 behind nine minutes later. At this point, the Liverpool odds were 66/1 for them to progress. However, three goals in the final 25 minutes ensured a memorable turnaround. Philippe Coutinho pulled them within one before Mamadou Sakho levelled the scores on the night. The match-winning moment came in the 91st minute when Dejan Lovren powered into the back of the net. Once again, Liverpool odds were defied, and they progressed through to the next round.
3. Liverpool vs AC Milan (Champions League Final, 2005)
- Date: 25/05/05
- Venue: Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
There has never been a more magnificent example of Liverpool odds Champions League being completely proven wrong than in arguably the greatest European Cup final of all-time. The Reds had come into the final after disappointing those that had Liverpool odds to win Premier League as they finished a disappointing fifth. However, they entered the Champions League final in 2005 in high spirits and believed that they could cause an upset against an AC Milan side that was touted as the world’s best.
It didn’t start well for Liverpool as they fell behind within a minute. The Milan advantage was 3-0 before the break following a brace from Hernan Crespo. This ensured that the Liverpool odds for them to win the Champions League at the break were 150/1. The Reds quickly went about cutting the deficit, and within 12 minutes of the restart, they were back to 3-2 following goals from Steven Gerrard and Vladimir Smicer. Liverpool pulled level five minutes later through Xabi Alonso.
The match went to a penalty shootout, and Liverpool ran out 3-1 winners following an inspired performance in goal from Jerzy Dudek. It was the most unlikely of triumphs, and one that they will hope to cut the odds on Liverpool winning the Premiership this season.