- Liverpool has -215 odds to beat Brentford on Saturday afternoon and +400 odds to draw.
- The two teams have finished a combined 22 games this season in a draw.
- Correct score odds for the match have +800 odds for it to end with a 1-1 score.
LONDON – Liverpool takes on Brentford on Saturday afternoon and are a slight favorite to win the match. Heading in, Liverpool has won their last five straight matches while Brentford has gone 2-2-1. While Liverpool is favored at legal betting sites, the game ending in a draw is one of the best Premier League bets for the weekend.
Liverpool at Brenton ML
- Liverpool -215
- Brentford +500
- Draw +400
Over the season, these two teams have combined for a total of 22 Draws, with 14 of them belonging to Brentford. The last four games by Liverpool have been won by a single goal. While Liverpool has been the better team this season by record, Brenton won the last game the two teams played by two goals and should be able to keep the game close on Saturday.
Betting on the Exact Score
While betting on a draw would pay out $50 on a $10 bet, legal soccer sportsbooks offer double that payout for betting on the game to have a score of 1-1 and even bigger payouts for other draw combinations. Since February, four of Brenton’s matches have ended in a 1-1 draw.
Correct Score – Draw Odds
- 0-0 +2100
- 1-1 +800
- 2-2 +1300
- 3-3 +5000
During the 2022-23 season, Liverpool has 66 total goals, averaging 1.94 per game. Brentford has been close behind this season, averaging 1.53 goals per game with 52 total.
While neither team’s season average supports this outcome, both teams have played in games this season that ended in a draw with no goal scored. They have combined for five total draws with no goals scored this season.
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