Leicester Vs Liverpool Free Tips [26th Dec]
Published on 23/12/19
Few people would have predicted the Boxing Day match between Leicester vs Liverpool would be a clash between the top two teams in the Premier League, but that’s exactly what it is. The trouble for Leicester is they trail Liverpool by 10 points, with the Premier League leaders also having a game in hand over the chasing pack. That means it’s a must-win game for Leicester if they want to keep their faint title aspirations alive.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Leicester vs Liverpool.
Leicester vs Liverpool Free Tips Analysis
20:00 Kick Off on 26th Dec
Leicester vs Liverpool Match Details
Leicester vs Liverpool kicks-off at 8.00pm on Thursday 26 December. It takes place at the King Power Stadium and is being shown live on Amazon Prime Video.
After an amazing season so far, Leicester probably face Liverpool at the worse time after a defeat at Manchester City followed a poor home draw against Norwich.
But Leicester remain unbeaten at the King Power Stadium, with convincing wins against Bournemouth, Tottenham, Newcastle, Burnley, Arsenal, and Watford being bookended by draws by Wolves and Norwich.
Liverpool will come into this match with their confidence higher than ever after adding the FIFA Club World Cup to their Champions League and Super Cup titles. They’re certainly playing like the best club side on the planet, with a 1-1 draw at Manchester United remains the only points they’ve dropped in the Premier League all season.
On the road this season, Liverpool have beaten Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Southampton, Sheffield United, Chelsea, and Burnley. They’ve won stylishly, grittily, and also had some luck along the way. But what they keep doing is winning.
Leicester vs Liverpool Head-To-Heads
Liverpool have won 14 of their 27 Premier League encounters with Leicester, but Leicester have won four and drawn three of their 13 home matches against Liverpool. Liverpool have also won four of their last five matches against Leicester, but all those wins were by just one goal, whilst the other ended 1-1. Leicester were also unlucky to lose at Anfield earlier this season to an injury-time goal.