Jurgen Klopp’s side were unable to secure a first-leg advantage in Germany last week after a goalless draw against the Bundesliga club.
Liverpool haven’t been in action since the Europa League clash, while Augsburg were 1-0 winners at Hannover 96 at the weekend.
The Reds will face Manchester City at the League Cup final on Sunday afternoon in the battle for the season’s first piece of silverware.
Liverpool do have form on their side and the Merseyside outfit are unbeaten in five European home matches since a 3-0 loss to Real Madrid in 2014.
Here is a round-up of the best betting odds and offers on Liverpool v Augsburg on Thursday evening.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the Europa League so far this season after a run of two victories and four stalemates. The 18-time English champions have never lost to German opposition at Anfield. New Betfair customers can get enhanced odds of 4/1 on Liverpool to beat Augsburg. Sign up here to avail of this offer.
For those who prefer a multiples bet, Paddy Power are offering a tempting 20/1 home accumulator on Thursday night’s games. As already mentioned, Liverpool host Augsburg. Lazio welcome Galatasaray to Rome, while Napoli take on Villarreal in Naples. Continuing the Italian theme, Tottenham face Fiorentina at White Hart Lane. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 20/1 on Liverpool, Lazio, Napoli and Tottenham to win. Click here to sign up now.
Manchester United host Midtjylland, while Tottenham take on Fiorentina and Liverpool host Augsburg on Thursday night. With all three English sides playing at home, many will be tipping them to ease through to the last 16. 888sport have 57/2 for new customers on their first bet on United, Spurs and Liverpool all to win to nil on Thursday night. Click here to sign up now.
Liverpool will face Bundesliga side Augsburg at 18:00 GMT on Thursday night and the European clash at Anfield is live on BT Sport 2.
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