Liverpool v QPR (4pm)
Back Liverpool to win both halves @ 2.4 (7-5)
QPR complete their miserable campaign at Anfield but I can’t see them getting any respite from a rampant Liverpool.
The Reds are unbeaten in seven since their abysmal performance at St Mary’s back in March. They put three past Fulham last time out and hit Newcastle for six a fortnight ago.
Luis Suarez hasn’t been missed at all as the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho have really stepped up to the plate.
Sturridge banged in a hat-trick at Craven Cottage but it’s the performances of the Brazilian that have perhaps been the most impressive. He is looking like quite a find by Brendan Rodgers as not only does he score goals, he creates plenty as well.
Harry Redknapp’s appointment at Loftus Road was supposed to kick-start their survival bid. It never really worked out though and Rangers are set to finish bottom of the pile – further adrift than when the former Spurs boss took over.
They’ve picked up just two points from a possible 24 and scored only two goals in their last half dozen. Both those goals were scored by Loic Remy but given the recent stories about him in the media it’s not a certainty he will even travel to Anfield.
Liverpool to win both halves at 2.4 (7/5) is probably my strongest fancy of the entire weekend.
Over 3.5 goals @ 1/1
Daniel Sturridge 2 or more goals @ 11/4