Liverpool are playing at home in search of a tenth consecutive win on Anfield in all competitions. The Reds took advantage of a break during the weekend after being knocked out of the FA Cup early in 2019. In the Premier League, Liverpool are performing great and have lost only against Manchester City. At home, The Reds are unbeaten in 32 games in a row, while this season didn’t take the three points only versus the Citizens.
Leicester also had rest over the weekend after the team was knocked out in the previous phase of FA Cup. The Foxes are not in their best form and have lost four of the last five fixtures in all competitions. However, since the start of the season, Leicester never have lost three consecutive games in the Premier League and two straight away fixtures. Jamie Vardy loves to play against Liverpool and have scored seven goals in the fixtures against The Reds. The Foxes have scored in all games as a guest of teams from Top 6, although they won only against Chelsea.
Liverpool are showing a solid performance in defence in a big part of the season but had just one clean sheet in the last five fixtures. James Milner had a red card versus Crystal Palace, and his absence in the middle of the pitch will affect how the team is playing in defence. I will back Both Teams to Score, with Liverpool 2-1 Correct Score. We recommend placing this bet in William Hill, where you can take advantage of a $30 Welcome Bonus and regular promotions for loyal customers.
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Liverpool vs Leicester Head to Head
Liverpool have four wins and two defeats in the previous six games against Leicester. In five of these fixtures have been scored over 2.5 goals. The last match between both sides was on September 1st and ended as a 2-1 win for The Reds.
Liverpool have won six of the previous seven games on Anfield versus Leicester in all competitions. For the last time, The Reds won four consecutive times against The Foxes in September 1996.
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Liverpool vs Leicester Stats
- Liverpool don’t have a defeat in 32 games in a row on Anfield in the Premier League.
- The Reds have scored four and more goals in the previous three fixtures at home.
- Liverpool don’t have a loss in 19 consecutive games at home over the week.
- For the last time, Liverpool won eight straight times on Anfield in the Premier League in March 2010.
- Leicester have lost the previous 11 fixtures against a team that is on the first place in the standings .
- The Foxes haven’t lost three consecutive games in the Premier League since February 2017.
- Jamie Vardy has seven goals versus Liverpool.
Liverpool vs Leicester Odds
Liverpool vs Leicester Team News
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joe Gomez are injured and won’t play for Liverpool. James Milner is punished for the red card he received against Crystal Palace. In doubt for The Reds are Trent Alexander-Arnold and Georginio Wijnaldum.
Daniel Amartey and Harry Maguire are injured and will miss the game for Leicester.