Huddersfield Town vs Liverpool Live Match Streaming | Premier League 2018/19
Liverpool are already a bit further into their pre-season than most of the top Premier League sides in that they’ve already played 3 friendly matches. They’ve won all of them to nil against Tranmere, Fleetwood and Wigan so things are going pretty well so far although their Euro 2016 contingent are yet to return to action.
Huddersfield Town vs Liverpool Live Match Streaming
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- Saturday 20th October
- The John Smith’s Stadium
Their most recent win against Wigan saw Danny Ings and 16 year old forward Ben Woodburn get the goals and we should see a few youngsters get some action in the 2nd Half again here although the starting XI eleven is likely to be quite strong still.
Huddersfield should provide the Reds with their toughest test of pre-season so far. The Terriers are managed by David Wagner, who is a very close friend of Jurgen Klopp and the two share a similar attacking philosophy which should mean we see a good game here. Wagner was appointed during the previous campaign and endured mixed fortunes with a leaky defence the main reason they didn’t finish higher up the league. Their last two league games ended in 4-1 and 5-1 defeats but they’ve made a decent start to pre-season with friendly wins against Guiseley and Oldham.
Almost 20,000 tickets have been sold for this game so there should be a good atmosphere and with two attack-minded coaches it ought to be a lively contest. With the likes of Coutinho, Firmino and Mane likely to start for the visitors, Liverpool should cause their opponents plenty of problems and create enough chances to win this game relatively comfortably. The Reds have already built up a bit of match fitness so they should be sharp here but Huddersfield striker Nahki Wells is a real handful and will give Liverpool’s defence plenty to think about so goals seem likely here and you can back over 2.5 goals at 27/40.