Bournemouth Vs Liverpool Free Tips [7th Dec]
Published on 06/12/19
Bournemouth are the next challengers to Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the 2019/20 Premier League season, but current form and past head-to-heads suggest a win for The Cherries would be a massive shock.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Bournemouth vs Liverpool.
Bournemouth vs Liverpool Free Tips Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 7th Dec
Bournemouth vs Liverpool Match Details
Bournemouth vs Liverpool kicks-off at 3.00pm on Saturday 7 December at the Vitality Stadium.
A home win against Liverpool would be a great way for Bournemouth to stop their current run of poor form which has seen them lose their last four matches against Newcastle, Wolves, Tottenham, and Crystal Palace. But they’ve lost all those matches by one goal, suggesting Eddie Howe’s team aren’t playing as badly as their form suggests.
Bournemouth’s home form this season has a mixed look, with draws against Sheffield United (1-1), West Ham (2-2), and Norwich (0-0), whilst they’ve beaten Everton (3-1) and Manchester United (1-0) but lost to Wolves (1-2) and Manchester City (1-3).
That means Bournemouth have taken nine points from their seven home games, having scored in six of those games and kept just two clean sheets.
Liverpool remain eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table after winning 14 of their 15 games so far. Their only draw of the season came at Old Trafford but they’ve won all five games since.
Liverpool’s away form this season reads Southampton (1-2), Burnley (0-3), Sheffield United (0-1), Chelsea (1-2), Manchester United (1-1), Aston Villa (1-2), and Crystal Palace (1-2).
That means Liverpool have scored in all their away games but have kept just two clean sheets. Both teams have also scored in 13 of 15 Liverpool’s wins this season.
Bournemouth vs Liverpool Head-To-Heads
Bournemouth and Liverpool have played each other just eight times in the Premier League and Bournemouth can boast just one home win.
The last four encounters also suggest Bournemouth have few answers to Jurgen Klopp’s side, as they’ve lost both their home games in the last two seasons 0-4, whilst Liverpool have won both games at Anfield 3-0.