Liverpool welcome Union Saint-Gilloise to Anfield in the Europa League on Thursday, and Jurgen Klopp’s side will be looking to build on their 3-1 victory over LASK on matchday one. Here are some of the best markets available for this European clash.

Liverpool vs Union Saint-Gilloise Betting Tips

  • Luis Diaz to score anytime – 23/20
  • Liverpool and both teams to score (Yes) – 6/4

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Liverpool are going to be without Cody Gakpo, Thiago Alcantara and Stefan Bajcetic for the visit of Union Saint-Gilloise.

The Belgian side only have one injury concern heading into this one but it is an important one, with star striker Dennis Eckert Ayensa having missed his side’s last four games.

Luis Diaz to score anytime @ 23/20

After being robbed of a goal against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League last Saturday, Luis Diaz will be hungry to get one that sticks against Union Saint-Gilloise on Thursday.

The Colombian was on the scoresheet in the victory over LASK a fortnight ago, and he has scored three goals across all competitions so far this term. After missing much of the last campaign through injury, Diaz has a burning desire to ensure he has an injury-free season and contribute as many goals and assists for his side that he possibly can.

Everyone is expecting a big year from Liverpool, and so too from their dazzling left winger, who is one of the most exciting players to watch in the Premier League. Can he light up the Europa League stage once again this week?

Liverpool and both teams to score (Yes) @ 6/4

The Reds are aggrieved after VAR denied them a goal which should have stood in a big game against Spurs over the weekend. Klopp and his players will look to channel that frustration and turn in a huge performance at Anfield in the Europa League. They have also won four of their last five fixtures by a 3-1 scoreline, which shows they are finding it difficult to keep a clean sheet.

They should have more than enough quality at home to get past the Belgian side, but Union Saint-Gilloise have enjoyed causing some upsets in this competition. They defeated both Union Berlin and Braga away from home in last year’s group stage, before beating the former again in the round of 16. Liverpool certainly cannot afford to underestimate their opponents ahead of Thursday.

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