Paul Higham has Sunday's props column with Diogo Jota backed to score twice against Brentford...
"Jota has 10 goals from what works out as just over 15 full games, and playing with Firmino will help him get in among the goals."
Back Diogo Jota to score twice @ 7.06/1
We're looking for goals on Sunday and that means heading to Anfield as Liverpool take on Brentford looking to prove they can still hit the back of the net without Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
Salah's agent was perhaps the only person connected with the club who enjoyed the 0-0 draw with 10-man Arsenal in midweek, as the Reds should now really be handing the Egyptian King exactly what he wants to stay.
And Brentford could offer the perfect remedy for Liverpool's forwards as Thomas Frank's men are determined to play their way to Premier League survival, and there does like like plenty of teams will be worse than them this year.
The Bees played brilliantly to grab a 3-3 draw in the home fixture and they'll again be dangerous, but if they play like they did in their 4-1 defeat to Southampton last time out they'll be in trouble.
Sometimes it pays to keep it simple and when scanning through the prices for this game, the OddsBoost on the Sportsbook for Diogo Jota to score twice here jumps out at 7.06/1.
The Portuguese has gone slightly under the radar but ever since he arrived at Anfield he's been a constant goal threat.
To break into one of the best front threes in the world takes some doing, but he's comfortably out-performing Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino this season, and with how Brentford play he'll get far too much space to strike again.
He makes smart runs, will benefit from playing up with Firmino and can finish with either foot - he's got 10 goals this season from what equates to just over 15 full games.
Given the opposition, the need for Liverpool to get back among the goals and playing at home - he's a worthy play to bag two goals here.