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Liverpool vs Ajax Predictions Odds And Betting Tips 13/09/2022

Liverpool had a nightmarish start to their Champions League campaign this time around. They lost 1-4 on the road in their opener and right away they are under pressure. They will be absolutely going after a huge win this Tuesday in front of their home crowd against Dutch title-holders Ajax. 

Ever since Sadio Mane left, the Reds are finding it hard to recreate their old form. Even titans like Mohammed Salah, and Firminho are not able to rise up to the occasion for Jurgen Klopp. 

It gives them hope that they are in front of their home crowd, and are pitted against an opponent who are from the outside of the top-five leagues in Europe. 

On top of that, the Reds also have a dominant h2h record against Ajax over the years. 

By the looks of things, Liverpool should be delivering a much-needed win this Tuesday at the Anfield. 

Liverpool vs Ajax Head-to-head (h2h) 

  • The latest encounter ended in a 1-0 win for Liverpool. 
  • They have a 100% winning record in the Champions League in the past decade. 
  • It’s been 21 years since they have lost against this rival in any tournament.

Liverpool vs Ajax Prediction & Analysis 

It is true that the Klopp’s men lost their CL opener. But it also true that they are at Anfield this Tuesday, and fans have really lost count just how many times their beloved team has scripted comebacks here whenever it seemed least likely. 

Moreover, the Reds are on a two-game winning streak at this ground as of now, and scored 9 goals in the process.  

On top of that, they have a dominant h2h record against this foe too. 

For the reasons, expect a victory for Liverpool this Tuesday. 

However, do take into account their struggles, and the good performances of Ajax. Likely, it is expected that the Dutch squad will find the back of the net at least once. 

Tips for Liverpool vs Ajax 

Over 2.5 Match Goals & Both Teams to Score @ 1.67 

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