Liverpool vs Chelsea betting odds, live stream and homesick Firmino

Liverpool, Roberto Firmino (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)
Liverpool, Roberto Firmino (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images) /

Betting odds, live stream and Bobby Firmino info as Liverpool play Chelsea.

The two sides are squaring off on Wednesday night and have suffered contrasting fortunes since lockdown.

Sure, Liverpool won the title and briefly threatened to entertain with their fantastic win against Crystal Palace, but it’s been pretty thin gruel since then.

Chelsea are on a high after beating Manchester United in the FA Cup semifinal and will now face Arsenal to win their first piece of silverware under Frank Lampard.

It’s difficult to know which Liverpool will turn up on Wednesday night. Will we get the Premier League champions, who flicked aside all teams like a giant crushing a wasp against a cliff-face, or will we get this new team?

Jurgen Klopp won’t be happy with losing games and was baffled by the Arsenal performance. Our betting odds provider Action Network has a Chelsea win at +260 on DraftKings, BetMGM NJ and Sugar House.

By contrast, Liverpool are +100 on DraftKings and -105 via BetMGM NJ. Interestingly, Sugar House have gone right the other way and price them at +105.

A draw comes in at +270, +280 and +265.

The match can be live streamed by following this link and taking advantage of our partner, FUBO TV. They’ll sort you out with a pretty sweet deal.

One thing to watch out for is Roberto Firmino. The homesick striker is yet to net at Anfield this season and is in last chance saloon.

That Premier League winner’s medal will sweeten any bitterness the Brazilian had in his mouth about that, but it’s still a curious stat and not something you’d expect from your starting forward.

The weather for the game is looking pretty good. It’ll be overcast, but the temperature will be a very acceptable 18 degrees and it should be dry – say the Met Office.

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It’s all primed to be a good game, hopefully Klopp and Liverpool can sign off their home campaign with three points!