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Liverpool vs Leicester in the Premier League on Feb 10. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Liverpool vs Leicester in the Premier League on Feb 10. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

With Liverpool getting the better of Crystal Palace before the international break, their hunt of Manchester City is very much on and after suffering defeat at the hands of Leicester in December, revenge will next be on the agenda.

As for Leicester, their season has been somewhat unremarkable - or at least to their own standards of the past couple of years and although they are capable of bloodying the noses of the biggest teams, they are lacking knockout power these days.

  • Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the events will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.
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Match Odds and Over/UnderLiverpool/Over 3.5
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Liverpool Win and Over 3.5 Goals

With Liverpool scoring 58 goals already this season, they are averaging more than 2.5 goals per game and therefore, that particular market may not hold as much value as punters would first hope.

Which means with Liverpool’s propensity to score goals and Leicester’s ability to concede them at will, over 3.5 goals is more likely to be the point of call and even then, your bet slip will need to be boosted further.

Therefore, to truly extract some value from this encounter, backing Liverpool to win and over 3.5 total goals at full time is the best route of travel and if you share the same opinion as myself, you can back this outcome at odds of 5/4.

Liverpool Form, squad news, opinion

Although Manchester City are still considerable favourites to win this season’s edition of the Premier League, they have at least shown a chink in their armour and one that came after a 1-1 draw away at Southampton.

A draw that Liverpool would then capitalise on the following afternoon and after eventually brushing Crystal Palace aside at Crystal Palace, the race for the championship has just taken a slight twist.

A twist that will at least keep Manchester City honest for the next few weeks and with Liverpool’s supporting cast being able to step up to the plate in recent times, it is the Merseyside men who have stepped up to second in the table.

Not only that, but when Liverpool take to the field to face Leicester, they will do so in a much stronger state and with the likes of Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain and Roberto Firmino holding the fort, it will soon be time for Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane to return.

While their participation in the visit of Leicester, will largely depend on just how their respective counties fare in the final week of AFCON and if both Egypt and Senegal face earlier exits than hoped, it will spell good news for Jurgen Klopp.

In terms of injuries and suspensions going into the visit of Leicester, Liverpool will be able to call upon both Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah plus Naby Keita will also have returned from his own AFCON duties.

While in terms of injuries at the time of writing, Thiago now joins the trio of Harvey Elliott, Nathaniel Phillips, and Divock Origi on the Anfield treatment table.

Leicester Form, squad news, opinion

After losing to Tottenham in astonishing circumstances at the King Power Stadium, Leicester then had another home encounter just four days later and although the circumstances were slightly different, a league win still eluded them.

Although with just eight minutes remaining in the clash between Leicester and Brighton, it looked as if the Foxes would see out the game and bounce back from such a stunning defeat to Spurs.

However, Brighton’s Danny Welbeck had other ideas and with his equaliser giving the Seagulls a share of the points, it only added to the frustration that is currently being felt in the Leicester camp.

Frustration which is only being magnified when compared to the efforts of the past couple of seasons and although an F.A. Cup success was recorded at Wembley last May, it has not been enough to override the failure of missing out on the Champions League.

Not only that, but this season Leicester have been hampered by a combination of injuries and defensive fragility and it is this, which is fundamentally hampering any hopes of progress up the league table.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Liverpool, both Wilfried Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho will have returned from AFCON duty, but hamstring injuries will likely rule out the trio of Jonny Evans, Jamie Vardy and Ricardo Pereira.

History

In recent years, Liverpool and Leicester have formed quite the rivalry and it is usually a game which has no shortage of goals. Not only that, but after suffering defeat earlier in the season, the Merseyside men will be looking for revenge.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Liverpool have won on 52 occasions, Leicester 41 and there have been 25 draws

About the Venue

When it comes to legendary stadiums in English football, they do not get much more so than Anfield and although it may not have the biggest capacity, it certainly packs a much louder noise than some of the larger stadiums in the Premier League.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.

Conclusion

If Liverpool are to have any chance of hunting down Manchester City, then all they can do is keep winning their own matches and simply hope that Pep Guardiola’s men stutter along the way.

Admittedly it is a big ask, but one that could be achieved all the same and if Liverpool can start their own march towards City with a win over Leicester, it will just remind the champions that there is a second horse in this season’s title race.

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