Tranmere vs Liverpool Betting Tips 11/07/2019

Six-time Champions League winner Liverpool Football Club will be heading to Birkenhead for the fourth year in a row as they prepare for the neighborhood to play a friendly against the Tranmere Rovers across Mersey shores. While Jürgen Klopp’s Reds faced a club from the fifth-rate National League in 2017, the “Super White Army” plays third-rate League One football this season. The stadium is expected to be sold out, on Tuesday there were only just under 1,000 remaining cards for the first appearance of the reigning premier class since the triumph in early June in Madrid against Tottenham. Many of the stars of that time will be missing on Thursday for various reasons. Nevertheless, the Reds bring a team with sonorous names on the square and are therefore unsurprisingly favorite.

Football Betting Tips Tranmere vs Liverpool

This prove between Tranmere and Liverpool the odds of various bookmakers. By contrast, the “Whites” are already a bit further in preparation for the new season. Liverpool will then only play another friendly match in England. On Saturday, the Premier League club meets Bradford City (League Two). Afterwards, the 18-time English Champion will be challenged much harder in the International Champions Cup with opponents such as Borussia Dortmund, Sevilla and Sporting Lisbon than on Thursday.

Tranmere vs Liverpool is therefore our prediction for the tip on over 3.5 goals. The first competitive match awaits the Reds on August 4, when it comes to the National Triple Champion Manchester City in the Community Shield (English Supercup). The Rovers start their League One campaign one day earlier against Rochdale.

Tranmere – Statistics & Current Form

Within twelve months, it went from the so-called non-League (5th league) high up in the League One (3rd league). Two climbs in a row for the “Super White Army” and each with a won playoff finale in Wembley – Tranmere is on fire. The Scottish coach Micky Mellon led the club for the first time since 2014 back in the third division. Then it had 2015 – when the Rovers after 94 years from the Football League descended – did not look at all.

The double climb triggered an incredible euphoria in Birkenhead, so that the “Super White Army” could sell over 4,200 season tickets for the new season. Among the season ticket holders is certainly the Premier League referee Mike Dean, who excelled both after the semi-final triumph over the Forest Green Rovers, and then in the final against Newport as celebration beast and new mascot of the club.

In the League One, however, the Rovers have to compete with a proper handicap. Top scorer James Norwood left the club in the summer on a free transfer to championship relegated Ipswich Town. Currently it is hard to imagine how the Rovers want to replace the 30 Norwood goals. Ishmael Miller, who played for Man City in the Premier League years ago, is a candidate. However, the 32-year-old missed the entire second half of the season in the promotion year. Paul Mullin was also in the Rovers team last season, scoring the only goal in a 1-2 match-friendly defeat by Scottish first division club Livingston at the St Andrews University training camp. In the transfer market, it was hectic weeks for coach Mellon. Darren Potter, Stefan Payne, Corey Blackett-Taylor, Calum Woods and George Ray are all likely to get the chance to prove themselves to home audiences.

Payne also saw the arrival of a new striker who only scored twice for Shrewsbury and the Bristol Rovers last season. In the years before, however, he underpinned his scorer qualities. If Tranmere finds a new striker with Norwood potential, it can not be ruled out that the troop can once again play for promotion.

Expected formation of Tranmere ↴

Pilling; Caprice, Monthe, Ray, Ridehalgh; Blackett-Taylor, Perkins, Potter, Morris; Jennings, Miller
Coach: Mickey Mellon

Last games by Tranmere:

⚽️ 06.07.2019 – Tranmere Vs. Livingston 1: 2 (friendly)
⚽️ 25.05.2019 – Newport Vs. Tranmere 0: 1 (League Two)
⚽️ 13.05.2019 – Forest Green Vs. Tranmere 1: 1 (League Two)
⚽️ 10.05.2019 – Tranmere Vs. Forest Green 1: 0 (League Two)
⚽️ 04.05.2019 – Crawley Vs. Tranmere 3: 1 (League Two)

Liverpool – Statistics & Current Form

Liverpool delivered a season of superlatives, but had in the end still watch as the Premier League crown wandered again to the Skyblues to Manchester. The Reds were the first team in the history of the highest English league, the 30 victories and earned 97 points and yet did not become champion. In addition, never before a team lost only one match over the entire season and finished the season without a title. Ironically, the Reds also hold the record, with only two league pigeons not won champions (season 2008/09, also runner-up). 97 points have so far with one exception in each of the 26 Premier League seasons to Meisterehren enough – only 2017/18 not. With full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool also provided the defender with the most submissions in Premier League history (12).

Fortunately, Liverpool was able to crown the season by winning the Champions League in June. It was also an important title for Klopp. Not only that the German finally won one again after six lost finals, but also that the players continue to believe in him and his idea of ​​playing football. Because in the now four years at Anfield, it was Klopp’s first title win. In the beginning of August starting Premier League season Klopp will try again to bring the first English championship since 1990 to the Merseyside. Favorite on it are the Reds together with Man City. First contenders for a win are the Reds also in the neighborhood duel on Thursday night between Tranmere and Liverpool according to odds of the betting sites and prediction the betting base.

Liverpool resumed training at Melwood last Saturday. The magical trio Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino will not be seen in Prenton Park on Thursday, as all three of them were in action with their national teams at the Africa Cup and Copa America respectively. Xherdan Shaqiri and Dejan Lovren are missing. For the young central defender Sepp van den Berg is likely to come up for the first time after his transfer from PEC Zwolle for the Reds.

Expected formation of Liverpool ↴

Mignolet; Gomez, Matip, Van den Berg, Milner; Fabinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Jones, Lallana, Wilson; Brewster

Last Games from Liverpool:

⚽️ 01.06.2019 – Tottenham Vs. Liverpool 0-2 (Champions League)
⚽️ 12.05.2019 – Liverpool Vs. Wolverhampton 2: 0 (Premier League)
⚽️ 07.05.2019 – Liverpool Vs. FC Barcelona 4: 0 (Champions League)
⚽️ 04.05.2019 – Newcastle Vs. Liverpool 2: 3 (Premier League)

Tranmere vs Liverpool Direct Comparison

Head-to-Head: 18 victories Liverpool – 1 draw – 3 victories Tranmere Rovers (22 competitive games)

The last competitive match between Tranmere and Liverpool took place in March 2001, when Liverpool went one more round in Prenton Park in the FA Cup 4-2. However, it was the only competitive match between the two in the past 40 years. The test game last year won the Reds 3: 2. At that time Keeper Karius made a momentous ploy and thus probably set the last stone in terms of Alisson obligation rolling.

Tranmere vs Liverpool Our Best Betting Tips Explained

Liverpool resumed training five days ago, while the rovers have already completed an intense week of three training sessions a day. Fitness is clearly the focus of attention at this time of preparation. Accordingly, would be measured between Tranmere and Liverpool tips despite high quotas on the Rovers. The Reds will perform well without their numerous stars. Especially the youngsters like Van den Berg, Jones, Brewster or Wilson – after a strong year at Derby County in the Championship – want to show that Klopp can rely on them in an emergency.

Key Facts – Tranmere vs Liverpool tips

🔺 Liverpool has been training since Saturday and is contesting the first test of the season
🔺 Tranmere rose within twelve months from the fifth division in the third-rate League One
🔺 Already in the last three years Liverpool tested in Birkenhead against the “Super White Army”

Thus, at Tranmere against Liverpool our prediction of over 3.5 hits. The mood will also be good at the Reds’ first appearance in the new season – after all, it’s almost a home game on Merseyside. Bookmakers offer at Tranmere Vs. Liverpool betting odds of 2.00 for at least four goals.

Bet Tip: over 3.5
Odds: 2.00