SALZBURG were one of the best performers on matchday one and can test Liverpool tonight.
The Austrians battered Genk 6-2 and have netted 40 in nine league games.
They'll head to Anfield in confident mood and the European champs are under pressure having opened with a 2-0 loss away to Napoli.
However, at home they are absolute beasts having gone 22 in European football without defeat and have suffered one loss in 46 in the Premier League. It's some record but let's hope the Austrians give it a real go.
Liverpool and both to score looks a good shout but pays no bigger than 5-4 at McBookie while both to score is 3-5.
Bookies aren't giving much away as they expect a goalfest but Liverpool to win, over 3.5 match goals and both to score is worth a look on a bet365 BetBuilder at 7-4 as flagged up by selectabet on his match preview.
Erling Braut Haaland notched his fourth hat-trick of the season against Genk but is an injury doubt. If he starts take him at 2-1 with Paddy Power to score.
Liverpool's attacking trio of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane will all start so picking a first scorer is tough. Firmino is the only one of them odds against to net at 27-25 at Marathonbet.
Napoli are aiming to make it two wins out of two as they travel too Genk. As we already know Genk's defence is leaky – 12 goals conceded in four – and an exciting and attacking Napoli side should take advantage.
However, the Italians are no value at a best 4-9 with Betfred so consider Napoli and both to score at 17-10 with Coral.
Like Liverpool, Frank Lampard's Chelsea also lost on matchday one and face a tough test at a Lille side who have won eight league games in a row at home. One of those was a 5-1 pounding of PSG so they can't be taken lightly.
Best of the night could be RB Leipzig at home to Lyon in Group G. The Germans lost their unbeaten record to Schalke at the weekend but should see off a side without a win in seven.
- Liverpool v Salzburg over 3.5
- Lille v Chelsea btts
- Napoli & Btts
- Werner to score