Liverpool – Napoli Free Betting Tips
Liverpool will be looking to improve on their last outing here after losing their last game against Leeds United, 1-2, in the Premier League.
In that match, Liverpool had 69% possession and 22 chances on goal with 10 of them on target. The scorer for Liverpool was Mohamed Salah (’14). He had 14 shots on goal with six of them on target. Rodrigo Moreno (‘4) and Crysencio Summerville (’89) scored for Leeds United.
Their most recent results highlight the fact that quality has been present at the back for Liverpool. Liverpool have given their opponents very little space, allowing them to breach their goal in the course of their most recent six matches just four times. However, we will have to wait and see if that trend continues in this match.
SSC Napoli come into this clash on the back of a 4-0 Serie A win over Sassuolo in their previous battle.
In that match, SSC Napoli had 67% possession and 18 shots on goal with 6 shots on target. For SSC Napoli, the goals were scored by Victor Osimhen (4′, 19′, 77′) and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia (36’). Sassuolo hit 10 chances on goal with six of them on target.
Having shown a predilection for high-scoring games, goals have been celebrated 24 times in the six previous meetings in which SSC Napoli have sent their men out, scoring an average of 4 goals per duel. Opposing teams have scored 5 of the total.
Looking at their most recent meetings between the two, starting from 04/11/2010, shows that Liverpool have won 2 of those matches and SSC Napoli 3, with the number of draws standing at 1.
A total of 15 goals were scored between them over the course of those matches, with 6 of them going to Liverpool and 9 belonging to SSC Napoli. That gives an average goals per game of 2.5.
The last league meeting between these teams was in Champions League matchday 1 on 07/09/2022, which ended with SSC Napoli 4-1 Liverpool.
In that game, SSC Napoli controlled 39% of possession and had 18 attempts on goal with 9 of them on target. The goal scorers were Piotr Zieliński (‘5, 47), André-Frank Zambo Anguissa (’31) and Giovanni Simeone (’44).
On the other side, Liverpool tried 15 of those on goal. Luis Díaz (’49) was the scorer.
The referee was Carlos del Cerro Grande.
OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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