Premier League odds and betting tips

Mo with the flow at the Etihad, and play for penalties in the title-race six-pointer between Manchester City and Liverpool (4.30pm).

Get on ‘a penalty is scored in the match’ at 9/5 (Paddy) – and give three cheers for the bold boffins of Stockley Park.

Spot-kick king Mo Salah is the sort of high-volume goal-machine Pep Guardiola has somehow never quite managed to acquire for City.

Jurgen Klopp finds goal-grabbers in his sleep – Diogo Jota the latest to arrive with his scoring boots already on.

The managers' career head-to-head record suggests Klopp has his own feet well under the table in Guardiola’s noggin too.

Pep out-bought and out-thought? No, but his cloak of invincibility did fall away last season, with 12 defeats. Roberto Mancini got sacked for 10.

Yes, City got a huge 102 Prem goals, but 51 of those came from just 10 very lopsided victories, and a huge chunk in the summer reboot, when the title was long gone.

There’s counting goals, and then there’s scoring the goals that count.

Worldie hunters must hope Pep’s been sharpening big tool Aymeric Laporte to exploit Liverpool’s potential aerial weakness with no Virgil van Dijk.

Punt Laporte ‘anytime’ at 14/1 (888sport, Unibet).

The view from ‘over the hill’ is looking pretty spectacular for Harry Kane, who’s keeping so busy he’s forgotten that he’s supposed to be a crocked has-been.

Kane’s scored in eight of 13 Tottenham games, got 12 goals plus a pile of assists, but still found time to do his effing and jeffing, and re-grout that bathroom.

Get busy for 19/20 (BetVic) ‘Kane anytime scorer’ on the trip to West Brom (12pm).

If long-range threat Tanguy Ndombele starts, take him at 6/1 (888sport) ‘anytime’ as well.

Box a bit clever and punt ‘Leicester score a penalty’ when Wolves roll up (2pm) – the 11/2 (Bet365) is chunky on the Foxes’ stats so far, boosted by the VAR-plus-Vardy strikeforce.

Put it in the mixer when Aston Villa visit Arsenal (7.15pm) and back big Tyrone Mings to give the low-rise Gunners defence the wombling trots.

Mings is 6ft 5in of ball-ache for defenders and the 18/1 (Bet365) 'anytime scorer’ is a lovely longshot.

In Spain, take the 11/2 (Bet365) ‘anytime scorer’ about Federico Valverde for Real Madrid (8pm at Valencia).

Last week: Winners at 11/5, 5/6, 21/20 and 13/5

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