Jordan Ayew to score against Liverpool on Saturday - Featured
22 Nov

Jordan Ayew to score against Liverpool on Saturday -

Crystal Palace’s important goal scorer Jordan Ayew, and his teammates will come stronger as they face Liverpool this Saturday at the Selhurst Park in South London, as Africa’s biggest bookmaker predicts Jordan to score against Liverpool and Crytal Palace will split the points for the day. has placed attractive odds of 25.00 on Jordan Ayew to score and Crytal Palace to draw. This is a welcoming odds for all sports punters.
Jordan stands as a prolific striker for Crytal Palace and has scored four goals this seasons, making him the leading goal scorer at Crystal Palace. The Ghanaian youngster scored in matches against Manchester United, Aston Villa, West Ham and Arsenal.  
The player’s form has been remarkable this season, scoring important goals in big games. Football pundits believe the narrative could be the same against a high pedigree Liverpool team, though Crystal Palace has gained just one point in their last four EPL games.
However, after the international break, what could be the worrying factor for Liverpool is the number of injuries making the matching complex for the Reds especially with the absence of Salah and Andy Robertson with ankle injuries.
The Selhurst Park has been an unhappy hunting grounds for Liverpool in the past, with Liverpool’s 2014 title hopes coming down in the infamous 3-3 “Crystanbul” draw
Jordan Ayew comes into Saturday match with a big boost, having scored during the international break for the Black Stars against Sao Tome and Principe, this should propel him to find the net against the Reds and stop them in their tracks. believes if Roy Hudgson and his technical team map out a good strategy, they have no doubt Jordan will find his rhythm and score.
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