Liverpool v Sevilla: 25/1 enhanced odds, kick-off time, prediction and betting tips

Keep reading to find out how new Betfair customers can get 25/1 enhanced odds on Liverpool to beat Sevilla at Anfield on Wednesday

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Can Liverpool return to winning ways on Wednesday night? Photo: Betfair

Jurgen Klopp will take charge of his first Champions League game as Liverpool manager on Wednesday night – and new Betfair customers can get 25/1 enhanced odds (max bet £1) on Liverpool to beat Sevilla.

The Reds have already scored 10 goals in three games at Anfield in the 2017-18 campaign thanks to victories over Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Hoffenheim.

Scroll down to find out how new Betfair customers can get this 25/1 enhancement on Liverpool to beat Sevilla in their opening Champions League group-stage game.

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Remember, these exclusive and time-limited betting offers are for new customers only and enhanced winnings are paid in free bets. Check websites for full T&Cs.

Liverpool will make their return to Champions League action on Wednesday night when Klopp’s side host Spanish outfit Sevilla.

Reds fans won’t have forgotten losing 3-1 to the La Liga side in the Europa League final in Basel in May 2016.

Daniel Sturridge scored a superb goal to break the deadlock in the showpiece before Sevilla struck back.

The England international didn’t start Liverpool’s 5-0 loss to Manchester City in the Premier League last weekend so he could be named in Klopp’s starting XI on Wednesday night.

Betfair are pricing Sturridge at odds of around 9/2 to score first in Liverpool’s home clash against Sevilla.

Liverpool were 4-0 winners against Arsenal in their last Premier League fixture at Anfield thanks to goals from Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Sturridge.

The Reds dispatched Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim to the tune of four goals in the second leg of their Champions League playoff to secure their place in the group-stage draw.

Bookmakers Betfair are offering customers odds of around 13/5 on Liverpool to score two goals or more against Sevilla at Anfield on Wednesday night.

The Reds’ Europa League final defeat was their only previous meeting with Sevilla but Liverpool have a good record against Spanish sides, particularly at Anfield.

Liverpool have beaten Villarreal, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in their last three games against La Liga opposition in Uefa competitions.

New Betfair customers can get 25/1 enhanced odds (max bet £1) on Liverpool to beat Sevilla in their Champions League opener.

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Liverpool v Sevilla prediction

Liverpool will be hoping to dust themselves down from their humiliation at Manchester City with a winning start to their Champions League campaign. Sadio Mane should start against Sevilla ahead of his three-game FA suspension following his red card at The Etihad. Mane has scored four goals in five games this season. The Senegal international will have a point to prove before a few weeks off in the Premier League. A Mane-inspired Liverpool should edge past Sevilla with Anfield advantage.

Prediction: Liverpool 2 Sevilla 1

What time does Liverpool v Sevilla kick-off and which TV channel will be showing the Champions League clash?

Liverpool will host Sevilla in their first Champions League group-stage game of the season at 19:45 BST on Wednesday 13 September. The Anfield clash will be televised live on BT Sport 2 for viewers in the United Kingdom.

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