Rangers v Liverpool Betting Tips & Predictions

Liverpool are 4/9 favourites to win their Champions League encounter against Rangers at Ibrox on Wednesday night.

Liverpool lost to Arsenal at the weekend, with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Luis Diaz joining a lengthy injury list.

A win over Rangers last week put the Jurgen Klopp’s side in a strong position in Group A, however, and they will fancy their chances at making it three wins from four in the Champions League. 

Defeat at Ibrox will knock Rangers out of the Champions League. They have lost their first three matches in the group to nil, but beat St Mirren 4-0 at the weekend. 

Double Chance: Rangers Or Draw

21/10 (Unibet)

At home in Europe this season, Rangers beat Union Saint-Gilloise 3-0, drew 2-2 with PSV Eindhoven and lost 3-0 to Napoli. Ibrox was something of a fortress in the Europa League last term, however, with six wins from eight matches. They lost to Lyon in the group stage and drew with Borussia Dortmund in the knockouts.

Liverpool are yet to win away from home this season, drawing with Fulham and Everton, losing to Manchester United and Napoli. The visitors won comfortably at Anfield, but there’s still value backing Rangers to avoid defeat in this one.

Anytime Goalscorer: Antonio-Mirko Colak

15/4 (Bet365)

Antonio-Mirko Colak scored twice in the win over St Mirren, taking the Croatian to six goals in four matches. Liverpool’s defensive frailties are well-known, and Klopp has yet more issues to address with out-of-form Joe Gomez set to cover for Alexander-Arnold at right-back.

While Rangers were limited to just six shots at Anfield, their attack has been in fine form other than that, with 10 goals in their last three league matches. Colak is going to get chances here.

Total Cards: Over 3.5 

5/6 (Paddy Power)

There were just two cards when these teams met on matchday three, but this will be a more competitive occasion, and Rangers will be fired up by a lively home crowd. 

This could be combative in midfield. It may descend into an end-to-end affair, leaving plenty of opportunities for rash tackles. 

All odds are subject to change

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