EPL Fixtures: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Prediction & Preview

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EPL Fixtures: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Prediction & Preview

EPL Fixtures: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Prediction & Preview

England – Premier League
Date: Saturday, 07 December 2019
Kick-off at 23:00  (Malaysia Time)

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Premier League: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool

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 EPL Fixtures Goals Predict:

Bournemouth 0  Vs Liverpool 3

EPL Fixtures 2019: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Head-To-Head (H2H)

      Bournemouth               Liverpool

         Current Form : 42%                                  Current Form : 50%

                 Average Goals Per Match : 1.38               Average Goals Per Match : 1.15

EPL Fixtures: Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Preview

Bournemouth are on a focusing on downhill example – and things perhaps get all the more genuinely when they have runaway Premier League pioneers Liverpool on Saturday.

The Cherries are reiterating their sort of this time a year back with four dynamic thrashings. In any case, there are a few factors that make the present spell much also stressed for them.

Directly off the bat, in 2018 they had savored the experience of an incredible starting to the season and had a bigger number of centers dealt with than they do now. Besides, the demolitions they persevered through a year back were in apparently more inconvenient establishments than this present season’s during November and close to the start of December.

In addition, thirdly, and possibly most importantly, Eddie Howe’s side by and by have a serious run ahead legitimately through to Boxing Day – while last term, they completed their dreadful run by beating hapless Huddersfield at home. Essentially, they need to start turning it around soon or a task battle could allure in the second half of the fight.

For this match, Bournemouth’s top scorer this season. Harry Wilson, is ineligible due to being using a loan from their adversaries Liverpool.

Concerning the European managers, they have been endeavoring to satisfactorily wrap up a first English union title for quite a while before their mechanical assembly list ends up being particularly crazy following one end of the week from now, with six matches anticipated 17 days sought after by a FA Cup third-round Merseyside derby which likely could be changed to Monday January 6.

Liverpool have won all of their matches against Bournemouth in the last couple of seasons (see above). And with their hosts unwell, there seems, by all accounts, to be no inspiration driving why it should be any special this time.