Betting tips: Back Liverpool at 4/1, the draw at 9/1 or Everton at 11/1

Betting tips: The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 4/1 on Liverpool, 9/1 on draw or 11/1 on Everton

The Tipster
By The Tipster
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It is derby day in the Premier League on Saturday, and the Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 4/1 on Liverpool to beat Everton at Anfield.

Those odds are part of a three-way deal for Saturday’s game, with a special price of 11/1 on Everton to end their long-lasting Anfield hoodoo, as well as the draw at 9/1.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the special odds by signing up through this link before kick-off on Saturday. The Irish bookmaker will also refund your stake as a free bet if your selection loses.

Liverpool to beat Everton – *4/1

It is difficult to see past Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Saturday. The Reds are unbeaten against the Toffees at Anfield over the past 15 years. Neither of the Merseyside clubs have enjoyed an overly impressive start to the season but Liverpool should have the edge. The Tipster is offering *new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 4/1 Liverpool to beat Everton.

Disagree with the Tipster? The Irish bookmaker is offering special odds of 11/1 on Everton to win or 9/1 on the draw.

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Sterling to score any time in Liverpool v Everton – 9/5

Raheem Sterling is going to be the star attraction at Anfield on Saturday, despite Mario Balotelli sporting a new eye-catching trim. The 19-year-old has already scored three goals and made one assist in five games this season. Sterling didn’t score any of Liverpool’s seven goals against Everton last season, but the Tipster is backing the Reds forward to put that right and score this weekend at odds of 9/5.

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Both teams to score in Liverpool v Everton – 8/15

You’d be a brave one to back either side keeping a clean sheet in the latest instalment of the Merseyside derby. Liverpool have conceded 11 goals in seven games in all competitions this season. Meanwhile, Everton have shipped 13 goals in the Premier League this season! So, both teams to score looks a very sensible shout at 8/15.

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Lukaku to score any time in Liverpool v Everton – 7/4

Liverpool have been dreadful from set-pieces in recent weeks, particularly at Upton Park last weekend. Lukaku will offer a threat from set-pieces with his height, as well as open play. The Belgium international has a good record against Liverpool, too, scoring twice at Goodison Park last season. The Tipster is backing Lukaku to score any time at 7/4.

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The long: Liverpool to beat Everton 3-2 – 17/1

The Tipster believes Liverpool will edge this intriguing Merseyside derby but expects plenty of goals. The Reds played out a 3-3 draw at Goodison Park last autumn before a 4-0 victory over the Toffees in the spring. The Tipster is backing another high-scoring game, with his scorelines of choice Liverpool to win 3-2 at 17/1.

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