Back this #BetYourWay tip here
{{::outcome.FormattedDecimal}} {{::outcome.Numerator}}/{{::outcome.Denominator}} 12/1

Mohammed Salah to score –

Salah has bagged 13 goals in his last 11 Premier League appearances, only failing to find the net in two matches during that run.

The Egyptian is always worth backing to score, particularly at an odds-against price.

Olivier Giroud to score –

Giroud has supplanted Alvaro Morata as Chelsea’s first-choice striker, and has netted three goals in his last four appearances.

The Blues have scored at least once in six successive matches against Liverpool, and Giroud is the likeliest player to keep that run going on Sunday.

Over 9.5 corners

Chelsea and Liverpool are both among the top five teams in terms of most corners won in the Premier League this season, with each team averaging over six per game.

In a game that should feature plenty of attacking football, it’s safe to expect a high total tally on Sunday.

Under 2.5 cards

Chelsea have picked up just 42 cards in the Premier League this season – the fewest in the division – while Liverpool have picked up the second-fewest with 43.

No cards were shown when these sides met at Anfield earlier in the season, and a similarly good-tempered game should be expected on Sunday.

Back this #BetYourWay tip here
{{::outcome.FormattedDecimal}} {{::outcome.Numerator}}/{{::outcome.Denominator}} 12/1

Click here to visit Betway's football betting page.