Caulker more likely to pull his hamstring than score


Paddy Power is offering 10/1 on the former Spurs centre back Steven Caulker to pull his hamstring in his debut game for Liverpool against Arsenal on Wednesday night.


The odds on that are lower than William Hill is offering for his goal anytime in the match (11/1). The bookie also accepts bets for his goal to be the first in the game. You will multiply your bet by 29 if that happens, (or more probably, just waste your money).

“The Liverpool injury crisis has reached the tipping point and Steven Caulker will be worried about his hamstring when arrives at Anfield – apparently just making eye-contact with Jurgen Klopp is enough to strain your hammy now,” quotes Paddy Power as saying.

Caulker signed for Liverpool on loan on Tuesday until the end of the season. Evil tongues say he is likely to join the club’s ever growing list of injuries.

Coutinho's injury

Coutinho’s injury

Kolo Toure, Dejan Lovren and Philippe Coutinho all damaged their hamstrings in the last week’s Liverpool win against Stoke City in FA Cup, to give even more trouble to the injury-hit Merseyside club.

William Hill gives both teams almost equal chances to win the game – 2.75 on Liverpool and 2.70 on Arsenal.

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