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Bournemouth vs Liverpool Prediction, Free Betting Tips & Odds

Date: 21st January 2024
Kick-Off: 16:30 UK, 17:30 CET
Venue: Vitality Stadium
TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Bournemouth vs Liverpool: Top free betting tips

Bournemouth take on Liverpool on Sunday 21 January in a match between two of the Premier League's most in-form teams. Can Bournemouth put a dent in Liverpool's title charge or will the Reds overcome this potential banana skin? Our Bournemouth vs Liverpool prediction is for an end-to-end match between two sides that will go for it from the word go and for the spoils to be shared at the end.

Match result prediction: Draw

Liverpool have done exceptionally well to top the Premier League coming into the new year, exceeding all expectations in the process. Unfortunately for them, they are missing some key players for the visit to Bournemouth which will unquestionably hamper them. Bournemouth, meanwhile, are flying and have picked up 19 points from the last 24 available. They haven't lost at home in the league since October and we can't see that changing on Sunday.

Total goals prediction: Over 2.5 goals

Liverpool are missing their main goalscoring outlet, Mo Salah, for this one while their most creative player, Trent Alexander-Arnold, will also be absent. Despite that, they still have plenty of attacking players capable of causing problems including Diogo Jota and Darwin Nunez. Meanwhile, all four of Bournemouth's last four matches have seen over 2.5 goals. Strap yourselves in, there is going to be plenty of goals in this one.

Correct score prediction: Bournemouth 2-2 Liverpool

Liverpool are missing some key players here but playing defensively isn't in their DNA so they will throw everything at Bournemouth to get the three points. Bournemouth will match them in that respect which means it will be a battle of the finishers. Dominic Solanke is the third-highest scorer in the Premier League this season and he will be more than a handful for the Liverpool defence.

Vitality Stadium, home of Bournemouth | Bournemouth vs Liverpool predictions
Vitality Stadium, home of Bournemouth – Photo by Icon sport

Bournemouth vs Liverpool team news

Bournemouth predicted lineup vs Liverpool

Bournemouth have several injury problems ahead of the clash with Liverpool with Tyler Adams, Darren Randolph, Lloyd Kelly, Ryan Fredericks and Milos Kerkez all expected to miss the match. On top of that, Dango Ouattara and Antoine Semenyo are away at the Africa Cup of Nations and Marcos Senesi is suspended. Bournemouth let Hamed Traore join Napoli on loan earlier this week so he will also be unavailable.

Neto – Aarons, Mepham, Zabarnyi, Tavernier – Christie, Billing, Scott – Sinisterra, Solanke, Kluivert

Liverpool predicted lineup vs Bournemouth

Liverpool have a long list of absentees for this one as injuries begin to pile up at the worst possible time of the season. Joel Matip, Stefan Bajcetic, Thiago, Konstantinos Tsmikas, Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dominik Szoboszlai are all injured while Mo Salah and Wataru Endo are both away on international duty. It means that Jurgen Klopp is going to have to get imaginative with his team selection, particularly at full-back.

Alisson, Bradley, van Dijk, Konate Gomez – Mac Allister, Jones, Gravenberch – Jota, Nunez, Díaz

Bournemouth vs Liverpool: What the fans think

Cherries just happy to be safe

Reds nervous ahead of the trip down south

How far will Liverpool fans travel to the Vitality Stadium?

Liverpool fans have their longest away trip of the season on Sunday when they travel to the South coast to face Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. The journey by car or coach will take the travelling Reds close to five hours down the M6 and A34 while the journey via train isn't much quicker. Fans travelling by train will need to go from Liverpool Lime Street to Euston before making their way across London to Waterloo. From there, they will need to get on a direct service to Bournemouth Railway Station.

Bournemouth vs Liverpool: Tickets

Bournemouth have sold out all tickets for the match against Liverpool with the club asking members and season ticket holders to use the ticket exchange option to ensure all tickets fall into the right hands. Liverpool were given a small allocation of 1302 tickets for the match at the Vitality Stadium and all of these have been sold to season ticket holders with the most loyalty points.

FAQs: Bournemouth vs Liverpool

Who is the referee? Andy Madley is the referee for Bournemouth vs Liverpool.

Who is the Liverpool manager? Jurgen Klopp is the current Liverpool manager.

Is Bournemouth vs Liverpool on TV? Bournemouth vs Liverpool is being shown live on Sky Sports.


Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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