Liverpool v Aston Villa: Bookies odds on the match as Steven Gerrard returns to Anfield

Here’s all the odds from Sky Bet on the Premier League match between Liverpool and Aston Villa for this Saturday, December 11.

Steven Gerrard returns to Anfield this Saturday, which will undoubtedly be the main talking of the upcoming round of fixtures in the Premier League.

Like most games around the world, the game is now live on Sky Bet, with fans allowed to bet on numerous different things, such as total corners, players to be booked, total shots in the match, specific players getting shots on target and many more.

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Both teams head into the game on good form, with both having recorded at least back-to-back wins in the league.

This game holds extra special meaning as Liverpool welcome back arguably their greatest ever player and former club captain Gerrard, who joined his boyhood club and enjoyed a great career at Liverpool, with the peak of his career coming in Istanbul, with THAT game against AC Milan, one of the greatest comebacks of all time.

Here’s the market odds from Sky Bet on the game

To win the game: Liverpool - 1/5 - Aston Villa - 12/1

There’s four price boosts for the game, such as Ollie Watkins and Mohamed Salah to both score is at 10/1, Trent Alexander Arnold to score from outside the box is 14/1, Mohamed Salah to score a hat-trick is at 14/1 and towering centre-back Virgil Van Dijk to score a header is at 9/1.

The odds for Salah to score a hat-trick are fairly low, which is a nod as to how good he has actually been. The winger became the first player in Premier League history to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford, and could prove too much for the Aston Villa defence.

The only scoreboost with a double chance is Ollie Watkins to sore first, with Aston Villa either drawing 1-1 or winning 2-1 is currently at 100/1, meaning if you put £10 on, you will receive £1000 back if those events occur.

There’s at least 25 markets to be on the game on Sky Bet, which can provide life updates as the game will not be broadcast in the UK due to the 3pm blackout rules.