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Slow start of the defenders

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    Slow start of the defenders
    The goal threat of Wolves' Matt Doherty and Watford's exciting joker in the pack make Jamie Pacheco's list of things lớn look out for this weekend… You can prefer the soccer tip page!

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    Klopp's selection dilemma
    After their shock defeat at Watford and maybe not so surprising FA Cup loss at Chelsea, it will be interesting to see what sort of line-up Jurgen Klopp puts out when Liverpool host Bournemouth, especially with that huge game against Atletico Madrid up next.



    Klopp may decide lớn rest one (or more) of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane or Roberto Firmino with Wednesday's game in mind. Mane looks the most vulnerable after playing the full 90 minutes at Stamford Bridge. Takumi Minamino or Divock Origi both started that soccer tip forum as well but neither really impressed. One or both of them may get another chance or Kopp may just decide that in a bid lớn not lose any more momentum, he's best off going with the tried and tested Mane/Salah/Firmino trio once more.

    But with all these uncertainties regarding who might feature in attack, it's unwise lớn try lớn play the goalscorer markets before the team-sheets are announced.

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    Whatever side the German does play, the odds-compilers still think the Watford and Chelsea games were just a minor blip. It's just 11/10 the Reds win to nil.

    Banned Ancelotti improving the Toffees
    Carlo Ancelotti is likely lớn have to watch Everton's visit to Stamford Bridge from the stands after being sent off at the end of the Toffees' draw against Manchester United. As he pointed out, it shouldn't be too much of an issue because the stands are so near the dugout that he can practically talk to his assistant Duncan Ferguson directly. He should know: he used to be manager at Stamford Bridge.

    Everton were pretty unlucky to have just the one point to show for their efforts after playing Arsenal and Manchester United. Things don't get any easier after that trip to Chelsea, with home matches against Liverpool and Leicester, a trip to Spurs and only an away game at Norwich looking somewhat more appetising between now and mid-April.
     
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