10. Liverpool and Bournemouth have never met in the league before. The last time they faced each other was in 2014, when the Reds won 3-1 in the League Cup. Liverpool are 1.46 to win again.
9. These sides have met six times in cup competitions — Liverpool boasting a W4 D2 record. Brendan Rodgers’ side are 1.11 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
8. Bournemouth, priced at 8.00, can join Ipswich Town (1992/93), Sunderland (1996/97), Barnsley (1997/98), Bradford City (1999/2000) and Blackpool (2010/11) as the only promoted teams to win their first ever Premier League away match.
7. The Cherries are unbeaten in their last 12 Monday league matches (W8 D4), since a 1-0 home defeat in League Two to Brentford in April 2009. They are 4.60 to earn a draw.
6. Liverpool are unbeaten in their opening home match for the past 11 seasons. (W7 D4). They are priced at 2.16 to win/win on the HT/FT.
5. Philippe Coutinho scored Liverpool’s winner in their 1-0 result over Stoke last weekend — adding to his eight goals last season and five the previous campaign. Coutinho is 7.00 to net first.
4. Bournemouth are still waiting for their first top-flight goal after being denied in their 1-0 loss to Aston Villa last time out — although they did record nine shots to Villa’s five. Bournemouth are 3.15 to open the scoring.
3. Liverpool were the joint-most aggressive team on the Premier League’s opening round of fixtures, picking up four bookings at the Britannia. James Milner is 4.75 to get a booking.
2. Dejan Lovren made 12 clearances against Stoke in Liverpool’s opening game — more than all but two players from the opening round of fixtures. Liverpool are 2.04 to keep a clean sheet.
1. Callum Wilson was Bournemouth’s top scorer in the Championship last season with 20 goals. The forward recorded two shots on goal against Aston Villa in the first round of matches and is 31.00 to net twice.