Leicester City will have an opportunity to avenge their recent EFL Cup elimination when they host Liverpool in a Premier League meeting at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Brendan Rodgers’ men will also come into this showdown on a two-game winning run at home. However, they’ve suffered two recent defeats against Arsenal (0-2) and Chelsea (0-3), which no doubt encourages their visitors.
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That being said, Jurgen Klopp’s side have already dropped seven points on the road, including their only defeat this season at West Ham (3-2) on matchday 11.
The unfortunate postpointment of their Boxing Day meeting with Leeds has given Jurgen Klopp an extra day for his players to rest. That being said, there’s still doubts over several players including defensive colossus Virgil van Dijk plus midfield linchpins Fabinho and Thiago. Andy Robertson will remain absent through suspension meaning another runout for Konstantinos Tsimikas who has impressed whenever given an opportunity. Liverpool’s 2-2 draw at Tottenham ended the club’s six-game winning streak but they remain unbeaten in seven and will be looking to register a 16th Premier League win away to Leicester with their most recent success coming en route to a first championship since 1990 in December 2019 when Trent Alexander-Arnold scored and created a further two.