This Amazing Liverpool Premier League Bet Should Not Be Ignored

The Premier League season has, as always, been hugely enjoyable for the hundreds of millions hooked to watching the world’s best football league week in, week out. However from a betting perspective things have been slightly sedate, chiefly because the race for the title has been a dead bet for weeks now.

However there is a potential big-win that is worth backing and one that is by no means a long-shot.

Liverpool lead the Premier League table by 22 points, with a game to play, and as such are dead certs to end their 30 year wait for a domestic title, but Intertops have an interesting bet that you should jump on.

In 2003-04 Arsenal went an entire Premier League season unbeaten and it was widely considered a feat that would take some time to better but now might be the time for such an occurrence.

Liverpool have outdone the Gunners up to this point, winning an astounding 25 of their 26 fixtures to date, dropping points only in their away fixture at old rivals Manchester United.

Intertops Sportsbook are offering an enticing +275 on Liverpool going the entire season unbeaten and those are Premier League odds worth chasing.

With just 12 games to play it wouldn’t be a surprise if Jurgen Klopp’s side continued their fine run of form, in fact the only thing that could occur is that the Anfield side suddenly got complacent, especially after they clinch the Premier League championship.

However Klopp isn’t the type of manager to allow his side to slow the pace and therefore we’d definitely back a good sum on this bet.

Of the 12 fixtures they have to play, only a handful look menacing with an away trip to neighbors Everton and a game away at their main challengers Man City in March and then back to back matches against Arsenal and Liverpool.

These are matches that Liverpool have easily dealt with until this point and should be well poised to see out the campaign without tasting defeat.

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