Sport Betting Tip: Liverpool - Leicester City, Premier Leauge
- Title : Sport Betting Tip: Liverpool - Leicester City, Premier Leauge
Liverpool have been rocked by another injury to a key defender, following Alexander-Arnold limping off during the Man City game, the front three remain key, although Mo Salah tested positive for Covid:19. Liverpool are set to break the record for unbeaten home games at Anfield. Ironically, that record was ended by Leicester City. Leicester are one of only 11 sides to take points off Liverpool during that run (52W/63). They were only beaten last season by a late goal. Leicester have already won at the Etihad & the Emirates and are sure to target a Liverpool backline that has suffered a great deal of disruption. A revitalized in-form Jamie Vardy could cause problems & there may be an irony that their last manager is the one who brings this run to an end.
returning from the international break is always a hard proposition, especially when you are Liverpool. they drew last time out upon return from the break, against everton in the merseyside derby, and ended up losing van dyk. now they don't have a host of players, especially in defense, and with vardy not involved in international football, i see Liverpool's injuries pile up and now Salah is ruled out with Covid, this would be a fair price for Leicester under normal conditions but with such a depleted side this should be real value.
Liverpool would have trusted their wounds couldn't deteriorate after Virgil van Dijk was precluded for the vast majority of the period with a front cruciate knee tendon injury however he was before long followed into the treatment room by Fabinho and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
However, the global break has carried more wretchedness to Merseyside with Joe Gomez and Jordan Henderson getting wounds on the job with England. Gomez is out for various months after knee medical procedure while Henderson fell off at half-time in England's Nations League rout by Belgium.
Andrew Robertson will likewise be evaluated on the ball yet Joel Matip will begin in focal protection with Fabinho, who has missed the last three games.
The Foxes have won their last six in all rivalries and have indicated this season they are equipped for pulling off outcomes from home. They crushed Arsenal 1-0 a month ago and broadly destroyed Manchester City 5-2 at the Etihad in September. Then, Liverpool's 7-2 misfortune away to Aston Villa has demonstrated they are a long way from invulnerable.
The Reds have not lost a home association game in 63 matches going back to a 2-1 destruction to Crystal Palace in April 2017, yet I am supporting Leicester to at last end that amazing sudden spike in demand for this game.
My prediction: Leicester City or Draw Double Chance