10. Wigan and Liverpool meet for the 16th time in the league on Saturday afternoon, the Reds boasting an 8-2 win-loss record over their Premier League opponents. Another Liverpool win is priced at 1.80. 9. Wigan, however, have won two games on the bounce and are 4.30 to win three successive fixtures for the first time since May 2012. 8. The Reds beat Wigan 3-0 in the reverse fixture in November (see video below), the sixth time in 18 previous clashes they have netted three or more against the Latics. Liverpool are 16.00 to repeat the scoreline.
7. Fifteen of Luis Suarez’s 25 goals this season have come after half-time and the striker is 4.70 to score last on Saturday. 6. Wigan have beaten Liverpool just once in eight attempts at home, a 1-0 result in March 2010. The Latics are 14.00 to win 1-0 again. 5. Striker Arouna Kone scored his ninth and 10th goals for Wigan last weekend and now has four in his past two games. The Ivorian is 3.35 to net at any time. 4. Brendan Rodgers’ men have lost three and drawn two of their last five away games. A Double Chance bet on Wigan/Draw is priced at 1.98. 3. This fixture last season ended goalless despite 17 shots on goal between the sides. Another 0-0 result is priced at 12.50, with a draw at 3.65. 2. Liverpool play their 400th Premier League away game on Saturday. The Reds have a 37% win record on the road, and are 1.33 to win Draw No Bet. 1. Franco Di Santo has scored two in his past six games, a rate twice as good as his overall Premier League strike rate for Wigan. The Italian is 3.75 to net again and 1.22 not to score.