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Share LIVERPOOL V CHELSEA BETTING TIPS (Premier League May 2): Plenty of people seem to be of the opinion that this game is going to be a bit of a stroll in the park for Chelsea at Anfield tomorrow. Total rubbish. Liverpool may have nothing much to play for in terms of the league but any game at Anfield against one of the "Big Four" is a big game and anyone tipping Chelsea at an odds on betting price is making a bad call. No matter what happens on this occasion, it's still a losing bet in the longrun.....

Whether it will do UTD a favour or not will have absolutely no bearing on this game either, no matter what some people are saying. I'd advise you to leave the win-draw-win and/or handicap markets completely alone in this one as anything could happen. The value in this game is on Steven Gerrard at a whopping 29/10 to get on the scoresheet. He's got the taste for goals again after a brace against Burnley last week and will be keen to show his best against the best. I wouldn't be surprised to see a spot kick for Liverpool tomorrow either and he will take it. Another bet that catches my eye is bet365 offering a line of 10 in the corner betting. Over 10 at 5/6 is a baffling price for me, given Chelsea's corner count on the road and Liverpool's at Anfield.

Selections Offering Value: ( % = My estimated win expectation, please note)

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Pick 1: Corners over 10 @ 5/6 (Bet365),70%
Pick 2: Steven Gerrard anytime scorer @ 29/10 (Expekt), 40%

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