Today’s Sure Prediction : Bet Tips and Statistics for Swansea City - Liverpool

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Swansea City vs Liverpool: Preview and Predictions

Liverpool have ended Manchester City’s dominance in the Premier League last Sunday when they bagged as many as four past the league’s best and most expensive line. Jurgen Klopp’s side has thus overtook the defending champions Chelsea in third position and they should keep the pressure on Manchester United in second after this round which is about to see them take on the rock-bottomed Swansea City side on Monday evening.
Philippe Coutinho might have leaven Anfield in January, but the attacking line looks as sharp as ever eight days ago when Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane drove the Citizens crazy. Each of them showed a fantastic display and there are no doubts we should see a similar showing from this lethal trio this time out when they’ll come face to face with one of the league’s weakest defensive lines.
Swansea City sit rock-bottom in the Premier League table, but their mood will be higher after the FA Cup success against the Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 in mid-week’s tie at Liberty Stadium. It was the first win for the former Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal with the new team. The Portuguese manager seems to have managed to improve Swansea’s defensive displays since the team allowed only two goals in last three games in all competitions. This will, however, count for little when they take on the red-hot attacking line of Liv’pool’s here.
Swansea’s main issues are connected to their performances in the final third since they have only notched 14 goals so far in the season. Carvalhal’s men will hardly be able to produce up front without their top scorer Tammy Abraham who is sidelined due to injury.

Swansea City vs Liverpool: Head-to-head

Swansea City stunned Liverpool 2-3 a year ago at Anfield, but Liverpool got the revenge on the Boxing Day when they demolished the Swans 5-0 at home.
Overall, the Reds have win 10 of 19 encounters against Swansea City.
Each of last four H2H matches between the two teams saw three or more goals.

Swansea City vs Liverpool: Prediction

Liverpool’s ambitions got suddenly higher after the superb win over table-toppers and they should really not allow a slip up against the league’s weakest side on Monday.
We believe Salah, Firmino, Mane & company will be able to close this out in the early minutes of the game and backing Liverpool to have to lead at the half time and win at the end appears to be a decent option at 1.83.

Swansea City vs Liverpool: Bet Tips

HT/FT Liverpool/Liverpool @ 1.83

Liverpool -1.5 handicap @ 1.95

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River Plate v Boca Juniors: Six of the Superclasico's biggest icons

River Plate v Boca Juniors: Six of the Superclasico's biggest icons
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River Plate v Boca Juniors: Six of the Superclasico's biggest icons
River Plate v Boca Juniors: Six of the Superclasico's biggest icons
The Superclasico at El Monumental will decide much more than bragging rights as River Plate host Boca Juniors in the second leg of a tantalisingly poised Copa Libertadores final. River twice came from behind at La Bombonera to draw 2-2, leaving an opportunity for a player to etch their name into the history of one of world football's fiercest rivalries. Some legendary names have pulled on the iconic jerseys of Boca and River, and here we look at six greats to have graced the fixture who Saturday's hero could secure a place alongside by striking the decisive blow. BOCA JUNIORS Juan Roman Riquelme Riquelme became a legend at Boca with four Primera Division titles and three Libertadores triumphs won at either end of his career. In March 2014, in his final season with the club, he struck a sublime free-kick into the top corner to draw Boca level at 1-1 in the Superclasico. Ramiro Funes Mori had the final say with an 86th-minute winner for River, but Riquelme's effort delivered a lasting reminder of his immense ability. Diego Maradona Maradona signed for Boca in 1981 at the age of 20, and less than two months later he lit up his first Superclasico in true Maradona style, scoring after a mazy dribble to help Boca to a 3-0 win that contributed to their league title triumph that season. He returned to Boca in 1995 and ended his professional career two years later, fittingly playing his final match in a 2-1 win over River in enemy territory. Gabriel Batistuta Before he was a global star in Europe, Batistuta crossed the Superclasico divide to become a Boca hero. He returned to El Monumental as a 22-year-old in 1991 and torpedoed his former club's hopes of qualifying for the last 16 of the Libertadores, scoring twice to write his name into the history of the derby. — Boca Jrs. Oficial (@BocaJrsOficial) November 18, 2018 RIVER PLATE Alfredo Di Stefano Though he is considered by many to be Real Madrid's greatest player, Di Stefano first emerged as a phenomenal goalscorer with River in the 1940s.'The Blond Arrow' took to coaching after devastating Spanish defences and it was in his second footballing life that he endeared himself to both sides of the Superclasico, delivering league titles to both River and Boca, whom he managed twice. Enzo Francescoli Such was his loyalty to River, Uruguayan midfielder Francescoli is thought to have said he could simply never play for Boca Juniors. Nicknamed 'The Prince' for his graceful style, Francescoli was a Superclasico regular across two trophy-laden spells in Argentina, and scored a memorable equaliser in a 1-1 Supercopa Sudamericana quarter-final draw at La Bombonera in October 1994. #CumpleEnzo Hoy cumple años un crack que, a pura clase y talento, se transformó en uno de los grandes ídolos de nuestra historia: el "Príncipe" Enzo Francescoli. ¡Felicidades! — River Plate (@CARPoficial) November 12, 2018 Roberto Perfumo Far from prolific, River icon Roberto Perfumo saved one of his rare goals for a Superclasico visit to Boca in April 1976. The right-back, Argentina's captain at the 1974 World Cup, fired in a free-kick from just outside the box to give the away side a 1-0 win. "I screamed like a kid," Perfumo was later quoted as saying.

Alphonso Davies to train with Bayern Munich before Christmas

Alphonso Davies to train with Bayern Munich before Christmas
Alphonso Davies to train with Bayern Munich before Christmas
Alphonso Davies to train with Bayern Munich before Christmas

Even though Alphonso Davies doesn’t officially join Bayern Munich until January, he will be heading to Munich for an orientation of sorts before the end of the year.

Davies revealed that he will spend a few weeks training with Bayern leading up to Christmas. He will then return home to Edmonton for the holidays before heading back to Munich where he’ll hope to make his official debut with the club in 2019.

Davies is now eligible to train with Bayern as he turned 18 years old on Nov. 2.

The Canadian international became the most expensive outgoing transfer in MLS history after signing a contract with Bayern until 2023 back in July. He spent three seasons with the Vancouver Whitecaps, posting eight goals and 12 assists in 65 regular-season games.