Liverpool FC Starting XI Prediction vs Leicester City FC


Liverpool continue their quest to end their title drought when they host Leicester City on Wednesday night. Their closest competitor in the table, Manchester City, visit Newcastle United tomorrow night, so the Reds will be well aware of that result before this match kicks off. With the gap between the two sides just four points, neither side can afford to be settling for draws instead of wins.

The Merseysiders currently have an injury crisis in defense, and it will be interesting to see how manager Jurgen Klopp makes his selections for his first team. He will likely have to keep on slotting midfielders in the back line, as a stop gap measure.


Liverpool won 2-1 in the reverse fixture earlier this season, and have emerged victorious 11 of their last 12 League fixtures. 

The Bank    Liverpool FC Starting XI Prediction vs Leicester City (4-3-3)

Forwards: Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino 

Midfielders:  Xherdan Shaqiri, Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita

Back line:  Andrew Robertson, Virgil van Dijk, Dejan Lovren, Fabinho

Goalkeeper:  Alisson

Leicester City at Liverpool FC FYIs

Kick-off: 8pm (BST), 3pm (EST) Wednesday January 30, Anfield Stadium

Google Result Probability: Liverpool win- 78%, Draw 15%, Leicester City win- 7%

Odds via Bet FairLiverpool 1/4, draw 6/1, Leicester City 16/1

Injury Report for both teams: go to this link


Leicester City Recent form in Premier League: WWLWLL
Recent form (all competitions): WLWLLL

Liverpool Recent form in Premier League: WWWLWW
Recent form (all competitions): WWLLWW

Prediction: Liverpool 2, Leicester City 1

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  1. Instead of Keita, we should include Camacho on the left. Robertson must not go too far up the pitch. Because Foxes counterattack may be vicious. Vardy like spaces. We saw against Wolves for the FA cup how the first goal came in large spaces. Fabinho must be the CB.

  2. Charles Zammit says

    Liverpool finished without a right fullback for this game because one is justly injured but the other was hastily transfered in my opinion and the make shift other one is not qualified to play due to being disqualified.

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