Sydney FC vs Liverpool FC Tips, Odds, Preview and Teams – 2017

Posted by Sports News First on 24/5/2017
Filled in: Soccer

We take a look at Wednesday nights soccer friendly between Sydney FC and Liverpool FC which will kick off at 8PM. View our Sydney FC vs Liverpool FC Tips below.

When: 20:00 | Wednesday 24/05/2017

Preview:

The Reds roll into Australia off the back of a successful Premier League campaign where they finished third and managed to qualify for next season’s Champions League. They also come with a relatively strong squad, leaving stars Philippe Coutinho and Emre Can at home, while Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mane miss through injury.

Despite this, they’ve also brought along a few legends in Gerrard, Carragher and Steve McManaman.

Sydney FC will pick from a full squad and will no doubt be well up for a game of this stature – but one wonders how extensive the end of season celebrations have been after their record-breaking season in the A-League.

Liverpool have never lost to an A-League opponent, having knocked off Melbourne Victory 2 – 0 in 2013, while they also accounted for Brisbane Roar 2 -1 and Adelaide United 2 – 0 in 2015.

The Reds only landed in Australia this morning so will probably be sluggish but given their popularity here they’ll be sent out to win the game.

Odds:

Sydney FC at $3.25

Draw at $4.10

Liverpool FC at $1.91

 

Tip: Liverpool FC at $1.91

Correct score: Liverpool FC 3-1 at $12.00

 

Teams:

Liverpool FC squad

Loris Karius, Simon Mignolet, Nathaniel Clyne, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Connor Randall, Joel Matip, Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren, Ragnar Klavan, James Milner, Alberto Moreno, Steven Gerrard, Steve McManaman, Lucas Leiva, Kevin Stewart, Adam Lallana, Georginio Wijnaldum, Harry Wilson, Roberto Firmino, Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi, Ben Woodburn, Rhian Brewster, Daniel Agger, Jamie Carragher

 

Sydney FC squad

Andrew Redmayne, Alex Wilkinson, Jordy Bujis, Joshua Brillante, Michael Zullo, Milos Dimitrijevic, Bobo, Milos Ninkovic, Bernie Ibini, Brandon O’Neill, Alex Brosque (c), David Carney, Matt Simon, George Blackwood, Danny Vukovic, Seb Ryall, Rhyan Grant