While Liverpool have been playing quite well in the English Premier League under the guidance of coach Jurgen Klopp since January, in contrast to the home team, Leicester have been in decline in recent times. Therefore, the team nicknamed the Foxes is also difficult to die when leaving Anfield.
Leaving behind the disappointing matches under Jurgen Klopp’s reign in December, Liverpool are really sublimating in recent matches. Specifically, The Kop is unbeaten in the last 3 matches and won 2. With 7 out of 9 points obtained after 3 rounds, the Anfield team has climbed to 3rd place in the table. Along with the impressive performance of the Merseyside team, it is impossible not to mention the brilliance of Oxlade-Chamberlain, the former Arsenal midfielder has opened fire twice in the past two rounds of the Premier League.
In addition, today Liverpool also play at Anfield. Coach Jurgen Klopp has won all of the last 2 home matches, scoring 6 goals and conceding only 1. Conceding Kelleher at this time is not easy at all, especially for a team with an unstable attack like Leicester, this is even more difficult.
Leicester’s form is in stark contrast to the home team. In the last 4 matches in the English Premier League, the Foxes received 2 defeats and only won 1 victory. Most recently, Brendan Rodgers’ teachers and students were held to a 1-1 draw at home against Brighton Hove Albion. This draw has pushed the King Power Stadium team to 10th place, 10 points behind the position with tickets to the European Cup.
It must also be emphasized that Leicester’s away record is extremely weak. The last 3 trips away from home in the Premier League, they did not earn any victories, while the opponent conceded 10 goals. Therefore, it is likely that Brendan Rodgers’ teachers and students will have to receive their first defeat against Liverpool, after 3 consecutive unbeaten matches against this opponent.