Welcome to our Liverpool vs Leicester City preview, predictions and head to head analysis. Liverpool are in 9th position in the League, after their loss to Watford. They Have managed one draw and 2 losses from their last 3 matches, and they need to start winning if they are to have any hope of European football next season. Leicester City are on the top of the league, however the past has shown us that pressure in the second half of the season has caused many a team to slip up. Their manager has wisely tried to keep their feet on the ground by saying that the first task is to avoid relegation, but surely they must dare to dream. They need to win this to show they have the mettle to continue their success in the second half of the season.

Recent Form

Liverpool LDLLW
Liverpool have won 1, lost 3 and drawn 1 of their last 5 matches.

Leicester City DWWWL
Leicester City have won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1 of their Premiership matches.

Head to Head

This fixture has played for several times. Seven (7) time to be exact. Liverpool have won 3 and Leicester City have won 4. In recent times Liverpool have won all of the last 3 fixtures.

Goals Scored

Liverpool have scored 14 goals this season.
Leicester City have scored 29 goals this season.

Goals Conceded

Liverpool have conceded 19 goals this season.
Leicester City have conceded 21 goals this season.

Top Scorers

Liverpool’s top scorer is Philippe Coutinho with 5 goals.
Leicester City’s top scorer is Jamie Vardy with 15 goals.

Team News

Liverpool will be playing in full strength.
Leicester City are without James.


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Leicester have looked good all season, but now the pressure is on and as we have seen, that pressure has caused many a team who unexpectedly found themselves top of the premier league at Christmas to crumble. Liverpool have drawn as many matches as they have won this season. I am therefore going for the draw, with a Liverpool victory a very close second choice.