10. Liverpool and West Brom meet for the 122nd time in the league on Monday evening, the Reds holding a 57-31 win-loss record over their Premier League opponents. Another Liverpool win is priced at 1.35. 9. West Brom beat Liverpool 3-0 in the reverse fixture back in August - their second win in three over the Reds. Steve Clarke’s side are 9.00 to win at Anfield. 8. Daniel Agger was sent off in the 58th minute that day, the third red card in the last 11 meetings between the two sides. Another dismissal is priced at 6.00. Watch highlights of that match here:
7. Liverpool haven’t won in three games (D2, L1) while West Brom are on an eight-match streak without victory (D2, L6). Monday’s clash is 4.75 to end level. 6. Albion beat Liverpool at Anfield for the first time in 45 years last season, a 1-0 result emulating a famous away triumph in April 1967. Another 1-0 result is priced at 22.00. 5. Captain Steven Gerrard scored his 95th league goal for Liverpool in their away draw with Manchester City last weekend. The midfielder has never before scored against West Brom and is 2.80 to net on Monday. 4. West Brom have kept just one clean sheet in their last 19 away games, their only blank coming against Liverpool at Anfield last season. The Baggies are 9.25 not to concede. 3. 27.9% of Luis Suarez’s 43 Liverpool goals have come in the last 15 minutes of games, while his average of one shot every 21 minutes is the highest in the Premier League. The striker is favourite at 4.00 to score last. 2. West Brom managed 12 shots on goal and seven corners to three against Liverpool at the Hawthorns in August, despite commanding just 40.5% of the possession. Clarke’s side are 12.00 to record most corners again. 1. Liverpool have scored 12 in their last three home games without conceding (4-0 v Fulham, 3-0 v Sunderland, 5-0 v Norwich). Brendan Rodgers’ side are 2.20 to win without conceding and 2.05 to score in both halves.