Michael Owen believes that Liverpool will pick up all three points from their Premier League clash against Queens Park Rangers away from home today.
The Reds are at Loftus Road for their eighth league game of the season this afternoon, and the former Liverpool striker believes that Brendan Rodgers’s side will win it.
‘Liverpool have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 in the PL but that was also in London against Spurs back in August and I expect to see a revitalised Liverpool on Sunday’, the 34-year-old wrote on Betvictor.com.
Heading into today’s game, Liverpool find themselves 10th in the Premier League table with 10 points from seven matches, while QPR are at the foot of the table with just four.
The Merseyside outfit have struggled both defensively and in attack so far this season, with star striker Daniel Sturridge’s injury making it difficult for them.
On paper, Liverpool should win against Rangers, but Harry Redknapp’s players are under pressure and they will fight for the points at Loftus Road today.