Shrewsbury vs Liverpool Predictions

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      Liverpool to Win and Over 3.5 Match Goals

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      Liverpool 4-0

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      Tip Reasoning

      • Shrewsbury currently sit 16th in League One, without a league win in six games.
      • Liverpool are top of the Premier League having won 13 in a row and having lost just twice in all competitions this season.
      • Shrewsbury have scored less than a goal a game on average in the league this season with 24 goals in 25 games.
      • Liverpool have averaged 2.36 goals per game in the Premier League and conceded just 14 goals; an average of 0.63 goals per game.

      Will Shrewsbury add an incredible cup scalp to their season?

      Shrewsbury Town have largely had a season to forget so far, scoring only 24 goals and sitting just above the relegation zone for most of the season. The team haven’t won in the league since Boxing Day; but in the last round of the FA Cup they picked up a good win over Championship side Bristol City.

      The team have averaged less than a goal a game in the league this season but haven’t conceded too many, either, with 28 goals conceded; which equates to just 1.12 goals per game. Their highest scorer this season is Jason Cummings with four goals, highlighting the team’s issues in front of goal.

      Liverpool look like easy winners

      Liverpool have had an astonishing season so far, winning 21 of their 22 games and losing just two points all season. Their incredible form actually stretches back much further with the team taking 91 points from a possible 93 and they look like it’s only a matter of time before they are crowned Premier League champions.

      Their goalscoring form has been impressive, scoring an average of 2.36 goals per game in the league; but they’ve been just as impressive in the cups, beating Everton in the last round while also making the Champions League knockout stages, where they will face Atletico Madrid.

      Is this a foregone conclusion?

      There isn’t much to suggest this one will end in anything other than a Liverpool win, with the home side failing to impress and Liverpool looking so dominant. We’re certainly in agreement with that line of thinking and we’re backing Liverpool to win with over 3.5 goals in the game.

      Liverpool should be comfortable winners even if Jurgen Klopp puts out a weakened team, with one eye on a string of important Premier League fixtures coming up. We’re predicting they’ll dispatch Shrewsbury without much of an issue in a 4-0 win.

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