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Liverpool vs Leicester City – Following a 1-3 Premier League victory over Aston Villa, Liverpool will be hoping for more of the same after their previous performance.
In that game, Liverpool had 53% of the possession, and nine of their 16 shots on goal were successful. Mohamed Salah (5′), Virgil van Dijk (37′), and Stefan Bajeti (81′) scored the goals for Liverpool. Aston Villa, on the other hand, had 12 shots total, with six of them finding the back of the net. Aston Villa’s goal was scored by Ollie Watkins (59′).
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In their last six games, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have scored a total of 12 goals. In the same games, they have also been the victims of six goals scored against them.
After losing their last Premier League game against Newcastle United, Leicester City and their fans will be hoping for a better result this time.
In that game, Leicester City had 60% of the possession, and 2 of their 8 shots on goal were successful. Newcastle United had 12 shots in total, with five of those on goal. For Newcastle United, goals were scored by Chris Wood (3′), Miguel Almirón (7′), and Joelinton (32′).
The Leicester City defense has put up a string of standout performances, as seen by the fact that they have allowed just four goals in their previous six games combined. During the same period, they scored ten goals.
What are the best odds for the game?
Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game in the 90-minute result market, putting your money on Liverpool is best priced at 1.3, a bet on a draw is 6.16.1, and staking on a win for Leicester City will get you 9.6. Those are the best prices that can be secured at the moment.
Liverpool vs Leicester City – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to December 26, 2019, it can be seen that Liverpool won three of them, Leicester City won two, and one match was tied.
Over the course of those games, 20 goals were scored between the two teams, with 13 coming from the Reds and seven from the Foxes. 3.33 goals were scored on average throughout the game.
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Although it may not be as many goals as they have scored against Liverpool, we believe Leicester City have what it takes to dismantle that team in this match.
Liverpool vs Leicester City: Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Home to Win
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