Liverpool Odds to Win 2018 2019 EPL

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Liverpool had American odds of 4/1 to win the 2018-2019 EPL with more televised exposure in the U.S. market this season.  Worldwide odds were coming in also around 4/1.  The 2018-2019 Premier League Football season kicks off Friday 11 August.

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Liverpool finishing among the top 4 was priced at -425, relatively high but doable.

Top EPL Goalscorer: Harry Kane 3/1, Mohamed Salah 5/1, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 6/1, Romelu Lukaku 9/1 and Sergio Aguero 9/1.

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From the National:

Can Alisson give Liverpool the best defence? The reality is that Liverpool were interested in the man they made the world’s most expensive goalkeeper long before a concussed Loris Karius had a traumatic Champions League final.

Klopp had already addressed other shortcomings at the back by paying £75m for the dominant Van Dijk, with Dejan Lovren becoming better as a result and with Andrew Robertson’s remarkable development into a high-class left-back.

Alisson should add reliability in what, with Karius and Simon Mignolet erring, had long been a problem position, but the reality is that Liverpool conceded 11 more league goals than Manchester City, so improvement is required.

From StatsBomb:

Concerns about creative passing aside, Liverpool are in the best position they’ve been for several years. Long term defensive issues are gradually being eased while the side increasingly has a squad capable of challenging in multiple tournaments. The scale of spending has been significant, attracting a lot of attention in both a positive and negative sense, and that it has been primarily on peak age players tells a story in itself. This is a squad increasingly coming into its prime, and expectations are higher than ever. It is very difficult to make a case that any team other than Manchester City should be favourites to win the league title, but of the chasing pack, Liverpool may be best placed to put pressure on Pep Guardiola’s side and even capitalise if things take an unexpected turn.

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