There are three meetings scheduled for Wednesday in the AFL, all of them rescheduled games from previous rounds. In one of these encounters, Liverpool v Leeds will play Liverpool and Leeds, with the match forecast for these clubs prepared by our experts. Full statistics and all current odds can be found at 1xbet.ng app download.
The Merseyside side have found their hopes for the title
Liverpool should smell the ‘smell of blood’, trailing Manchester City by 6 points with a game to spare. “The Merseysiders have the opportunity to come within one win of their rival, and that is at least title contention. In the last round, Klopp’s side beat weak Norwich 3-1 at home. Catching up with the Citizens is realistic, especially as Liverpool themselves are now on the move. The club must reach the quarterfinals of the Champions League, and in order to do so they must maintain their home handicap after a 2-0 away win against Inter. “The Merseysiders are on an eight-game winning streak in a row in all competitions. Jota will definitely miss the meeting due to injury.
Peacocks crisis continues
Leeds are having a disappointing season, sitting just 15th in the AFL, five points clear of the relegation zone. One of those cases where the players are more to blame than the coach, many players lacking class. Even with these results, the club management do not want to sack Bielsa. Leeds have picked up just a point in their last four games, managing to concede 11 goals in that period. The team lost their most recent encounter at home to Manchester United 2-4. Injuries will keep five players off the pitch.
Liverpool did not feel much resistance in the first round, defeating their opponents 3-0, the last half hour Leeds also spent in the minority.
Not surprisingly, the Merseysiders are the big favourites for this clash, Liverpool are fighting for the title, are in better form and have a stronger selection of players. It’s also worth realising that at Anfield it’s difficult for opponents of any level, the crowd knows how to charge their favourites. We expect some brave football from the Peacocks, and the goal-scoring bid looks interesting.