Beat the Legend
Sometimes when we watch football we imagine ourselves on the pitch and make up the stories of us beating the legends. These dreams don’t come true very often but now, together with LFC everyone can take this challenge and beat the legend!
It’s quite obvious that the whole InstaForex team roots for LFC in EPL. Therefore, we consider ourselves to be the experts in this field. So we will dare to make the forecast of every LFC game this season. Every forecast will be the basis for a binary option contest where you can take a chance to beat us.
For example; Let’s take the home game against Leicester City which was played on 10.09. Our forecast was 2:1 to Liverpool FC. If you think LFC will play even better (e.g. 2:0) you choose “call”. If you are not so optimistic and you forecast is (for example) 0:0 you chose “put”. Simple isn’t it?
But you can not only beat us in the contest. Legendary player Jason McAteer well-known to our clients decided to take our challenge and join the contest! Jason will also provide his analyses to all EPL LFC games and explain his choice, helping you make the decision!
Needless to say that the company offers fancy prizes including a trip to the famous Anfield! So stop dreaming and beat the legend!
The win against West Ham leaves Liverpool in pole position ahead of Arsenal to reach the prized Champions league position. A performance which seen Liverpool score 4 goals, keep a clean sheet and dominate possession in the second half means the Red's should go into the final game of the season against Middlesbrough in great confidence. However, results at Anfield haven't gone quite to plan recently with Liverpool drawing 2 and losing to Crystal Palace which has certainly set a nervous atmosphere amongst the fan's for the weekends final game.
Two players who stood out against West Ham were Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge, both played crucial roles in the win with the pair scoring and more crucially both staying fit, this means there looks like only one possible change with Divock Origi making way for Firmino. Middlesbrough go into the final game knowing there fate for next season already. The side from the North East have only won 5 games all season, lost their Manager, and scored 27 goals - the League’s lowest return, but it`s defensively that has been a small shining light for Boro. They have only conceded fifty goals which is a credible tenth best in the League. Liverpool should take note, a team under no pressure with a resolute defence is not a team you should take lightly. Middlesbrough have taken points off Arsenal, Everton and 4 points over 2 games against Manchester City, so this is certainly not a formality for Jürgen Klopp's men.
A fast start and a quick goal will certainly help the nerves and there's certainly no room for complacency, something which has plagued Liverpool a few times this season.