Three reasons West Brom could upset Liverpool
Liverpool’s start to the season has been tricky to say the least. The Reds have faced Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, reigning champions Leicester City, Chelsea and Manchester United in their opening eight games, with only three fixtures at home due to the ongoing summer building work at Anfield.
The fact that they have come out of this averaging more than two points-per-game is testament to the football they’ve been playing. But there remain question marks about their ability to beat the teams they should be beating – which in turn raises questions about a title challenge.
That is what makes Saturday’s hosting of West Brom so interesting. The Baggies are just the sort of team the Merseysiders have struggled against in recent years, and we at FFC Towers predict another tough 90 minutes for Jurgen Klopp’s men courtesy of the divisive Tony Pulis. Here’s a look at our three reasons why…