Bournemouth – Liverpool Asian Handicap TIP 17-12-2017

Defending an undefeated series of 11 matches, Liverpool faces on Sunday, December 17, Bournemouth. The game closes the schedule of the eighteenth round of the English Championship 2017/2018 edition, the penultimate of the first round. It will be held from 14.30am at the Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth.

Bournemouth’s recent performance

On Wednesday, December 13, Bournemouth could not resist Manchester United at Old Tradfford. He lost by 1 to 0 increasing to five the number of games in a row that he can not win. It was three draws and two losses.
This made the team leave the relatively comfortable situation that occupied the fight for the Premier League. He has 16 points (four games, four draws and nine losses). Before the start of the penultimate round of the first round was only two points ahead of the teams that opened the relegation zone.
If it only depended on his home campaign, Bournemouth would already be in that group. With eight points won (two wins, two draws and four losses) of the 24 disputed is the third worst in this question.
For the match against United, coach Eddie Howe has all of his top athletes available. In the medical department are only three players, who can not be considered holders. They are goalkeeper Adam Federici and defenders Tyrone Mings and Bradley Smith.

The current form of Liverpool

Liverpool are about to complete two months without a defeat at all. The most recent failure occurred in London against Tottenham on 22 October. Lost by 2 to 1 at Wembley. Since then, he has drawn seven wins and four draws.
The two latest results, however, can be considered disappointing. On Sunday, December 10, at Anfield Road, they were held 1-1 at the derby against Everton. On Wednesday, December 13, also at home, did not leave the 0 to 0 before West Bromwich.
This compromised his position in the English Championship standings table. He fell to fifth place. He has 31 points accumulated (eight wins, seven draws and two losses). The stumbles, however, were not the only ones responsible for diminishing the optimism of the fans.
After refusing to sell midfielder Philipp Coutinho to Barcelona at the European summer transfer window, Liverpool’s board agreed to negotiate the Brazilian’s move to the Catalan team in January, when a new period for club transactions will be opened.
This shows that the ambition to win a major title this season has faded. Even though Liverpool have qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League. The club plans to receive 140 million euros, more than R $ 500 million, to strengthen its coffers and go out in search of reinforcements.
The financial question, however, may not have been solely responsible for this decision. In an inexplicable way, Coutinho was linked to the reserve bench in the match against Everton. Only entered the second half. His performance within the four lines, in comparison with that of his colleagues, would not justify that decision. It may indicate a relationship problem with coach Jurgen Klopp.
Coutinho even let his commander talk alone earlier in the season. Klopp assured that he would not negotiate the player and guaranteed his stay on Anfield Road. He did not get the same commitment from the midfielder, who officially communicated to the club his desire to leave and was suspiciously out of the team until the situation resolved. He alleged a bruise that was miraculously cured when he needed to defend the Brazilian national team.

History of the bouts between Bournemouth and Liverpool
There were only seven encounters involving the teams. In the top five, Liverpool won. In the two most recent, last season, Bournemouth got the better. He scored 4 to 3 at home and tied for 2 to 2 at Anfield Road.
Owner of the third most efficient Premier League attack with 34 goals scored, Liverpool should be considered the best guessing option for Sunday’s showdown. Has a prize of 1.50 in Rivalo. Draw shows return of 4.20 and success of the owners of the house pays 6.20 per real bet.

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