Liverpool are set to take on AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League game on Sunday, 17th December 2017 at Dean Court Stadium in Bournemouth. Its a huge game for Liverpool who will be hoping to get the three points and get the rut of consecutive draws out of their system. Bournemouth are fast becoming a very hard team to breakdown as they showed in Premier League game against Manchester United. This games kicks off at around 16:15 uk time and we will have live links closer to the kickoff.
Liverpool vs Bournemouth Team News: Jurgen Klopp has come under some pressure after picking a under-strength side against merseyside rivals Everton resulting in a 1-1 draw which lead to another 0-0 draw against West Brom in the midweek. Anything but a win against Bournemouth will really put them under pressure for the top 4 places in the league.
Bournemouth on the other hand are just 2 points away from relegation zone and they need to keep winning points on regular basis if they were to survive the drop.
Liverpool 2-2 AFC Bournemouth April 2017
[ Premier League 2017 Match ]
07′ 0 – 1 Benik Afobe
40′ 1 – 1 Philippe Coutinho
59′ 2 – 1 Divock Origi
87′ 2 – 2 Joshua King
Possible Starting Lineups Liverpool vs AFC Bournemouth:
This is how I expect both teams to lineups up on monday night premier league match. The game will be played at around 20:00 uk time and confirmed lineups will be released 1 hour ahead of the kickoff.
Match Predictions: Bournemouth’s only chance of dismentalling Liveprool is through set pieces and on a rare counter attack if they can hold themselves together in the defense. Liverpool will be more confident at home after their 1-0 win against Stoke and I can see Countinho and company getting the better of Bournemouth this monday night.
AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Liverpool Highlights
[Premier League, Sunday, 17th April 2016 ]
41′ 0 – 1 Roberto Firmino scored the first goal in 41st minute to put Liverpool in lead
45′ 0 – 2 Daniel Sturridge doubled the lead minutes later with a nicely taken goal
After heroic performance in the midweek against Borussia Dortmund Liverpool continued their fine form as they brushed Bournemouth aside at Dean Court with two clinical finishes from Danial Sturridge and Roberto Firmini just before the break. Liverpool looked much the better side of the two and now has european places in their sights as they go 7th with 51 points.