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Here are Will Rook's football betting tips for Liverpool v Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening.


Liverpool to win

Liverpool won three home games out of three in their group, beating Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli on the way to qualification.

Jurgen Klopp’s side also beat Manchester City and Roma at Anfield in last season’s Champions League knock-out stages and come into this having won 10 of their last 11 home games.

Bayern Munich aren’t in great form. They twice had to come from behind to win 3-2 at Augsburg last Friday, while they were forced to extra time away to Hertha in the DFB Pokal two weeks ago and lost 3-1 at Leverkusen prior to that.

Mohamed Salah to score

You have to back Salah at this price.

The Egyptian has netted 20 times in 34 appearances for Liverpool this season, including five in his last five at Anfield.

He scored at home to both Napoli and Red Star in the group stage and can do so again against a defence that haven’t kept a clean sheet in six matches.

Sadio Mane to score

Mane has scored four goals in his last four matches for Liverpool and five in his last five home games.

The Senegalese should find space in behind attacking right-back Joshua Kimmich and is an enticing price to extend his scoring run further.

Serge Gnabry to score

Liverpool will be missing the suspended Virgil van Dijk, while Dejan Lovren is also a doubt.

The Reds have kept just two clean sheets in six matches at Anfield and, with a makeshift centre-half pairing, are likely to concede at least one.

Gnabry has scored three goals in his last three appearances for Bayern Munich and looks a better value choice than Robert Lewandowski, who has scored just one in four.

Fabinho to be carded

With Van Dijk suspended, Lovren a probable absentee and Joe Gomez injured, Fabinho is likely to partner Joel Matip in the centre of Liverpool’s defence.

The Brazilian has already collected four yellow cards this season and, in an unfamiliar position, looks a good bet for another.


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