Leicester City take on Liverpool in the Premier League on Tuesday night, with Jurgen Klopp’s side looking to close the gap to the top while the Foxes will be hoping for a much-needed win.
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Liverpool take on Leicester City for the second time in under a week as the Reds look to keep the pressure on the leaders City of Manchester.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were out of action on Gift Day, after their match against Leeds United was canceled following the Covid-19 outbreak at Elland Road.
Procrastination means Liverpool Have avoided the difficult task of playing twice in 48 hours with Klopp, a heavy critic of the busy fixture schedule.
Leicester meanwhile they are on a losing streak against Man City on Sunday, losing 6-3 at the Etihad Stadium.
Liverpool are 6 points behind Man City having played fewer games, while the Foxes are currently 10th and having a relatively disappointing campaign.
Here’s everything you need to know about the clash.
When is the game?
Leicester City vs Liverpool match will take place at 20:00 on Tuesday night at King Power Stadium of the Foxes.
The two sides played a thrilling 3-3 draw in the Carabao Cup last week, with the Reds going through on penalties.
Leicester won at home against Liverpool last season with a 3-1 win after their weak defence came in.
What channel is it on?
This round of Premier League The fixtures will be shown exclusively on Amazon Prime, with the game in the East Midlands being the final product.
Prime subscribers will be able to stream the game through the Prime Video App or on smart TVs.
Featured content will then be shown on Match of the Day, which airs on BBC One at 22.35.
Klopp is set to welcome four players who missed the game against the Foxes after testing positive for Covid.
Virgil van Dijk, Curtis Jones, Fabinho and Thiago Alcantara are all back in training and ready to start.
Andy Robertson will be absent, serving the second of three games suspended after being sent off at Tottenham.
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Leicester meanwhile may not have many first-team players, with Brendan Rodgers confirming Ricardo Pereira broke his fibula after a tackle from Tyler Morton.
Pereira is the latest name to substitute for Leicester, along with Patson Daka, Caglar Soyuncu, Jonny Evans, Danny Ward and Harvey Barnes.
Jamie Vardy was only strong enough to sit on the bench in the last match against Man City, but could make it in time.
- Leicester City 13/2
- Drawing 22/5
- Liverpool 4/11
*odds subject to change
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