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Liverpool v Wolves: Best bets for Sunday's climax to the Premier League season

Mirror logo Mirror 22/05/2022 Alex Hankin
Liverpool's Ibrahima Konate could have a big part to play in the title-race finale © Liverpool FC via Getty Images Liverpool's Ibrahima Konate could have a big part to play in the title-race finale

Hunt some big-price fun among the title-race’s tiny margins.

Whatever happens today, Liverpool ’s season is not over – and the line-up for the visit of Wolves to Anfield (4pm) will reflect that.

Jurgen Klopp has been tearing up his starting XI from game to game in the Quad run-in. And if the news from Manchester City later turns sour he’ll get pragmatic about this scoreline, pronto. That’s two question marks over every Liverpool angle.

But given Wolves’ data against air-power Ibrahima Konate is worth a spin at 10/1 (Skybet) ‘anytime scorer’ if he starts.

Events at Anfield very probably won’t matter in the end. Aston Villa are W1 D2 L10 against the Big Six, and it’s asking a lot for them to rattle City at the Etihad (4pm).

But Southampton and Crystal Palace have both popped Pep Guardiola’s balloon this season, twice each, so the blueprint is there.

The 25/1 (Sporting Index) ‘no goalscorer’ looks a ripe worldie – City have already produced five 0-0s in 2021-22.

Stats bods once proved it made no odds for puntability whether or not Team A ‘really need it more’ in an end-of-the-season clash with Team B. No data yet on sides who ‘really need a lie down with a flannel over their eyes’. But Everton ’s interest in the trip to Arsenal (4pm) might be fleeting. Swerve.

Try a fun OVER 3.5 goals acca at Brentford, Brighton, Palace and Leicester (all 4pm) – it pays 45/1 with BetVictor.

And old Fox Jamie Vardy looks like ‘anytime’ gold at Evens (Bet365).

In the old days fans kept in touch with key scores ‘elsewhere’ using a Great British wireless. It took two men to carry it and an hour to warm the valves, but were we downhearted?

Followers of Burnley (home to Newcastle ) and Leeds (at Brentford) will be all ears from 4pm - but it could pay to keep an eye on Bees’ threat Pontus Jansson ‘anytime scorer’ at 10/1 (Bet365).

Over in Spain, a point each makes both Elche and Getafe (4.30pm, La Liga) safe ahead of tonight’s games. Bet a helpful DRAW at 2/1 (Boyles).

Last week: Winners at 5/6, 9/4, 4/5 & 21/10

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