Liverpool have made a perfect start to the new Premier League campaign scoring seven goals without conceding but face a challenging trip to Leicester in our highlight fixture this week. Looking for value in the Leicester City vs. Liverpool odds? Read on to inform your Leicester City vs. Liverpool prediction.
A close look at the Leicester City vs. Liverpool odds
Despite being away from home the Money Line odds make Liverpool clear favourite to win the match, giving The Reds a 68.78% chance to take all three points.
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Venue: King Power Stadium
Leicester City vs. Liverpool Predicted lineups
Leicester City predicted
4-2-3-1: Schmeichel, Chilwell, Morgan, Maguire, Mendy, Ndidi, Pereira, Amartey, Gray, Maddison, Iheanacho.
Leicester City team news
Kelechi Iheanacho took the place of the suspended Jamie Vardy against Southampton last weekend and is expected to keep his place. Elsewhere, Claude Puel’s side
Liverpool predicted lineup
4-3-3: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, van Dijk, Robertson, Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita, Salah, Firmino, Mane.
Liverpool team news
Jurgen Klopp is expected to name an unchanged side from the victory against Brighton. Jordan Henderson is potentially pushing for a start after three appearances off the bench so far this season, with Georginio Wijnaldum set to miss out if Henderson is selected.
Leicester City vs. Liverpool expected goals stats
- Leicester City expected goals for per game: 2.84
- Leicester City expected goals against per game: 0.44
- Leicester City expected goal difference: 2.72
- Liverpool expected goals for per game: 0.81
- Liverpool expected goals against per game: 1.01
- Liverpool expected goal difference: 1.11
Inform your Leicester City vs. Liverpool prediction
Whilst free-flowing in
With the addition of Brazilian number one Allison in the summer, Liverpool’s
Since their defeat at Wembley last season to Tottenham, no team has conceded fewer Premier League goals (22) and shots on target (70
The Reds averaged over two goals per game on the road last season – and although very early in the season, they sit top of the actual and expected goals table.
Klopp’s men didn’t perform at their best against Crystal Palace and Brighton after thrashing West Ham on
Leicester will come into the match on a
Southampton enjoyed 62% of the possession in the first half against Claude Puel’s
The figures from Leicester’s victory at Southampton shows that a draw would have been a much fairer result (with 0.76 xG they only bested their opponents by 0.05), whilst their victory against Wolves also did not give a precise reflection of the match. The Foxes achieved just 0.20 xG over the course of the match, racking up just 6 shots in the process (compared to their opponent’s 1.08 xG and 11 shots
Leicester City vs. Liverpool: Where is the value?
Claude Puel has introduced a lot of young players with a focus on potential at Leicester this season, with eight players aged 25 or under starting against Southampton on Saturday being evidence of this. The French manager will
Mohamed Salah was the difference for Liverpool at the weekend as the Egyptian clinically finished a chance that many others wouldn’t. Last season's top scorer, now has 29 goals to his name in 29 appearances at Anfield and it looks likely there will be many more to come.
Liverpool’s starting 11 are very well drilled and each player knows their job. Add to this the frontline of Salah, Firmino, and Mane and Liverpool should have a little too much firepower for Leicester.
Just 42% of Leicester's home games last season featured over 2.5 goals, and this has been factored into the market, but watching the Foxes so far this season it is evident that this could change. Add to that, The Reds averaged over two goals per game on the road last season – and although very early in the season, Liverpool
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