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Liverpool vs Leicester City betting tips, odds and predictions for Sunday's head to head in the Premier League. Liverpool have an injury crisis on their hands and former manager, Brendon Rogers, is looking to take full advantage this weekend.
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Our top free betting tips for Sunday's Premier League match between Liverpool and Leicester are accompanied by the very latest and best-priced ods available. All of our predictions and given the upmost thought by an experienced tipster, ensuring there is no bias whatsoever.
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Top of the Table Leicester travel to Anfield
The Foxe's head into this weekend's Premier League fixtures top of the table, but haven't won away at Liverpool since 2000. However, the hosts are struggling with injuries and now would be the perfect time for an in-form Leicester City side to end that winless run against the Kopites.
Liverpool made the perfect start to their tricky away game against Man City in their last Premier League fixtures. Mohamed Salah converted a 13th-minute penalty to put Klopp's men in front. However, Man City equalised in the 31st-minute through Gabriel Jesus and should have gone in front before the break, but De Bruyne missed a spot-kick in the 42nd-minute. Liverpool held on to secure a good point on their travels.
A Jamie Vardy penalty proved enough for Leicester to beat Wolves at home. The spot-kick arrived after just 15-minutes and the former England man had a chance to double his, and his team's, tally before the break but this time he missed from 12-yards out. However, the Foxes held their nerve and secured yet another 3pts and moved top of the Premier League table.
Leicester are the form favourites heading into Sunday's match after they secured six wins from their last six matches in league and cup. The Foxes beat Wolves, Leeds, and Arsenal in the Premier League, and defeated Sporting Braga, AEK Athens, and Zorya in the Europa League during that six-game period.
Liverpool have only dropped points in one of their last six outings and remain unbeaten in their last six matches. That 1-1 draw with man City ended Liverpool's winning run. The champions had claimed wins against Atalanta, Midtjylland, and Ajaz in the Champions League, and beat West Ham and Sheff Utd domestically.
Head to Head Record
Liverpool lead the head to head record between these two clubs by 7-wins. The Merseysiders have won 40, drawn 21, and lost 33 games against the Foxes. Liverpool are currently enjoying a six-game unbeaten run against Leicester City, winning five and drawing one of the pair's last six meetings.
Liverpool will be without Fabio, Joe Gomez, Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this weekend. Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Thiago Alcantara will all face late fitness tests ahead of the visit of Leicester.
The visitors have their own injury concerns this weekend with Caglar Soyuncu, Timothy Castagne, Ricardo Pereira, Wilfred Ndidi, and Daniel Amartey all ruled out of the trip to Anfield. Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and Wesley Fofana are currently being assessed and have been rated at 50/50 to feature on Sunday.
Three Top Tips for Liverpool vs Leicester
Leicester arrive at Anfield looking to take advantage of their host's current injury woes, but Liverpool are formidable in their own backyard and will take some beating. We're bringing you our top free tips for Sunday's Premier League clash between Liverpool and Leicester.
- Full-Time Result: Draw @ 11/4 with bet365
- Anytime Goalscorer: Jamie Vardy @ 21/20 with bet365
- Under/Over & BTTS: Over 2.5 Goals & BTTS – Yes @ 17/20 with William Hill
Full-Time Result: Draw
Liverpool haven't lost at home to Leicester City since way back in 2000. Liverpool were held to a draw in their last league game against Man City and Leicester haven't lost any of their last six matches in all competitions. Both teams have performed really well in the league so far this season, and just a point separates the pair in the top three after eight games.
Anytime Goalscorer: Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy top scores for Leicester City this season with 8-goals in the Premier League. The former England international has also scored 4-goals in his last eight games against the current Premier League champions. Vardy, 33, has hit double figures in each of his last five campaigns for Leicester City, netting 23 in the Premier League last season.
Under/Over & BTTS: Over 2.5 Goals & BTTS – Yes
Over 2.5 goals have been scored in five of the last six encounters between Liverpool and Leicester. Five of the pair's last six matches have also seen both teams score, so you can see why we're expecting goals on Sunday. Both teams have scored in three of Liverpool's last five outings, and over 2.5 goals have been produced in three of the host's and four of the Foxe's last five games in all competitions.