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Ian Wright and Roy Keane completely disagree over predictions for Bournemouth vs Liverpool



Ian Wright and Roy Keane have clashed over their predictions for Liverpool’s visit down to Bournemouth this coming weekend.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have enjoyed a small winter break since their win over Fulham in the EFL Cup first leg.

And Sunday’s trip to Bournemouth marks the resumption of a very busy fixture schedule over the next month or so.

As well as this game against Andoni Iraola’s side, Liverpool will also face Fulham, Norwich City and Chelsea before the month ends.

That being said, Roy Keane and Ian Wright have now disagreed when predicting the result between Bournemouth and Liverpool.

The pundits were discussing the match up on the ‘Stick to Football’ podcast today and were also providing their score predictions.

And whilst Keane was confident that Liverpool would get the job done, Wright thought otherwise.

Ian Wright disagrees with Roy Keane over Liverpool beating Bournemouth on Sunday

Providing his prediction, Keane said: “I’ll go 3-1 Liverpool.”

Ian Wright replied: “Wow. I would have gone Bournemouth to win that. I don’t think Bournemouth are going to lose that game.”

And it would seem fair if Wright’s comments shocked one or two of a Liverpool persuasion.

Yes, Bournemouth have definitely been improving under Iraola, but so have Liverpool under Klopp.

Liverpool are now two points clear at the top of the Premier League for a good reason.

And whilst Klopp will miss Trent Alexander-Arnold for the trip down south, there’s plenty of other match winners in the squad.

Darwin Nunez still looks on the cusp of his best form for the club, looking increasingly dangerous when playing on the left.

Perhaps Wright is alluding to the form of Dominic Solanke, a player who didn’t quite make it at Liverpool.

Either way, it would seem that most football fans would agree with Keane over Wright on this one, Liverpool are just looking so strong.

That being said, Roy Keane has now been laying into one of Klopp’s players today.

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