If you’re backing Liverpool this season you’d be making more money with Paddy Power than anywhere else. We are not just telling you this because the PR guys have our balls on the block, but from a punting perspective it’s actually the most profitable approach, so bear with us.
According to Online Sportsbook’s chief number-cruncher Brian, if you’d stuck £10 on Liverpool to win each game so far this season you’d be £30.10 up with Paddy Power. That’s the best in the industry and 10 per cent more than you would have won with Bet365, for example.
This isn’t anything new though as Paddy Power was the best place to bet on Liverpool during last season. Rumours one of the trading lads is a huge Evertonian and massively underestimates Liverpool at every turn are unconfirmed, although we’re fairly sure we’ve heard Z Cars blaring out a couple of times when we’ve walked past.
- Last season Paddy Power was top price on Brendan Rodgers’ men more than 60 per cent of the time in the Premier League, towering over the competition.
- That’s around twice as much as Coral and Ladbrokes while Will Hill were best price less than 40 per cent of the time as well.
- Bet365 were best price less than 10 per cent of the time which is as embarrassing as getting caught twerking in the office. Trust us, that’s embarrassing.
The man in form at Anfield is Daniel Sturridge and if you had placed a fiver on him to score first each week, you’d be up a lovely £75. Three weeks into the season having £90 in your e-wallet isn’t a bad way to start at all.
The English striker is the most profitable high-profile player in the top flight, ahead of Christian Benteke who would have earned you £42.50 and the prolific ‘No Goalscorer’ who has raked in £37.50 and is rumoured to be angling a move to a bigger club.
The Reds are 6/5 to beat Swansea away in their next match on Monday September 16 as Paddy prepares to take another hammering off Liverpool fans.
Have your say on whether it is Liverpool’s year right here, and take a look at the latest Premier League odds this way
All the stats were taken from a snapshot of oddschecker on matchday.