Liverpool vs Leicester City Prediction 22.11.2020

Here's our Liverpool vs Leicester Prediction analysis: Brace yourselves for a Super Sunday Premier League clash between Liverpool and league leaders Leicester City at Anfield, both sides vying for that coveted top-spot on the log.

Liverpool vs Leicester City Prediction
Match status: 2020/21 Premier League - Matchweek 9
Venue: Anfield (Liverpool)
Tearing it up in the league last season, Liverpool comfortably steamrolled their way to the summit, miles clear of the other teams in the pack. They were, by far, the best team and fully deserving of their Premier League winners’ medal.

Looking to defend the league title this time around, Liverpool have begun the new campaign in brilliant fashion, picking up 17 points from eight games to occupy third-place. We expect them to deliver a strong performance here, as they aim to leapfrog Leicester on the table.

Liverpool vs Leicester City Team News

Retaining their eye-catching, scintillating piece of football, Liverpool haven’t dropped the bar from the massive heights marked last season. They are a ruthless side, capable of causing opposition teams all sorts of problems.

You bet that even European champions Bayern Munich will not be looking forward to a game against Jurgen Klopp’s charges – such has been Liverpool’s brilliance in recent times. However, the Reds have struggled to string positive results like the managed the previous season.

Their leaky defense being the major culprit, Liverpool have shipped a whopping 16 goals so far, and are ahead of only newly-promoted West Brom, who have ceded just one more. Such a disturbing stat, this highlights the Reds’ defensive frailties.

With towering center-back van Dijk poised to spend the rest of the season on the sidelines, it appears Liverpool’s defensive problems will linger on for some time to come. However, their free-scoring forwards will look to cover up for these misfortunes at the opposite end of the pitch.

Very fond of goals, Liverpool have already hit the target 18 times this season, and will likely continue to have success on the attacking front. Last time out, they were held to a one-all draw by Man City on away turf. They will be hopeful of a better result here, to return to winning ways.

Leicester City have been quick off the blocks this season, and have wasted no time in announcing their title-winning intent. Probably the most consistent side in the league, the Foxes lead the way on the standings, boasting a whopping 18 points to their name.

They were made to dig really deep to see off Wolves on the last matchday as Vardy’s 15th-minute spot-kick helped seal all three pointsDetermined to hold on to first-place on the log, count on Rodger’s men to give Liverpool a difficult game in Merseyside come kickoff.

Injured or Suspended Players

Liverpool: Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson.
Leicester City: Ricardo Pereira, Caglar Soyuncu and Timothy Castagne.

Pre-Match Odds

Liverpool: 1.968
Draw: 4
Leicester City: 3.88

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Who will win the match?

Liverpool vs Leicester Predictions

As if there weren’t enough defensive issues to keep Klopp awake at night already, another center-back in Joe Gomez picked up a nasty-looking injury while on international duty. Now, Liverpool’s backline is looking frailer than ever before.

Surely, Rodgers will be instructing his boys to exploit Liverpool’s weakness at the back, as they look to score a vital win. Goals a surety in this fixture, we fancy both sides to hit the target with the Foxes edging their menacing opposition to secure maximum points.
Our Betting Tip:
X2 @ 2.02
Correct Score:
Liverpool 2-4 Leicester @ 67.00

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