Liverpool vs Leicester City tips Ashton Lowbridge
Liverpool are four points clear at the top of the English Premier League and without a home loss all season. They are unbeaten in their last 32 home league games, though they did trail to Crystal Palace (the last team to win an away league game at Anfiield) in their last game. The goals have been flowing at Anfield with 23 scored in the last seven home league games, all of which have been won. The 4-3 home win over Crystal Palace dented their defensive record but they have still kept 12 clean sheets in their last 16 home league games, With no game at the weekend, Liverpool will be rested for this match and have no major injury worries. Leicester City are ninth in the Premier League and that's two points off seventh which might get them in the Europa League. That's only if a top four team win the FA Cup and that's not certain this season. City aren't in great form at present with four defeats in their last five league and cup games. The other game was a 1-0 win at Everton, so they will be hoping a return to the city of Liverpool will inspire them. Away league form has seen Leicester with the fifth best record in the Premier League. Five games have been won, but they've lost five too and they have only won two of the last six. Go for over 2.5 goals to be scored in this game.
Liverpool vs Leicester City tips Michael Owen
Liverpool vs Leicester City Liverpool have won their last seven home Premier League games and I feel they will continue that sequence against a Leicester side who – like their hosts – were involved in a seven-goal thriller in their last league game. Neither side was involved in the FA Cup fourth Round, so they should be fit and ready to go with Jurgen Klopp taking his Reds’ squad out to Dubai for some warm weather training. The Foxes are likely to play their part in what promises to be a cracking game, but it is Liverpool to keep the points for me. Source: Daily Post
Liverpool vs Leicester City tips AnObviousBettor
Liverpool are on a seven match winning run on home-soil so i expect another victory for the leaders as Leicester are in poor form having lost in three of their last four PL matches and were recently knocked out of the FA Cup by League Two Newport County, Leicester have lost in each of their previous three visits to Liverpool. Liverpool looking perfect for winning the title for first time in 30 years. Leicester are in bottom half of the table. My bet is for home team.