Liverpool are odd-on favourites to beat the Irons at the Boleyn tomorrow but the bookies may well have got it wrong !
At a belting 7-2 – given the performance against Hull – you have to fancy the Hammers could spring a profitable surprise for the shrewdies out there.
And for those not quite brave enough to go ‘all in’ on the Irons, the draw at 11/4 looks more than a little interesting.
Enner Valencia – given his outstanding form on Monday – looks value perhaps for the first goal at 7/1 with Diafra Sakho at 15/2.
The visitors are at as short as 4/5 in places but given the defeat at Villa and the oedinary victory in the Champions League, the Reds look overpriced to m.