LIVERPOOL take on Leicester as the champions look to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.
Before the international break, Jurgen Klopp's Reds were held to a 1-1 draw against Manchester City at the Etihad.
Now back at Anfield, they welcome a Foxes side who are flying high this season and dreaming of another shock title challenge.
What time does Liverpool vs Leicester kick off?
- This Premier League clash is part of the Super Sunday schedule on November 22.
- Kick-off is at 7.15pm GMT.
- When the sides met here last season, a James Milner penalty gave Liverpool a 2-1 victory in the 95th minute.
- Leicester haven't won at Anfield since 2000, losing on seven out of their last ten visit.
What TV channel is Liverpool vs Leicester on and can I live stream it?
- You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
- If you're a Sky subscriber, download the Sky Go app to stream on a number of devices.
- Non-subscribers can watch the game by grabbing a NOW TV pass from £9.98.
What is the team news?
Liverpool are missing a number of key players with Klopp sent for a defensive headache.
Virgil Van Dijk is out long-term and the German is also without Joe Gomez.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson are huge doubts, while Mo Salah tested positive for coronavirus while on international duty.
For the Foxes, Wilfred Ndidi looks set to feature for the first time since September after returning from injury.
Timothy Castagne was also spotted back in training, but this one might come too soon for the Italian.
- Liverpool victory – 10/11
- Draw – 11/4
- Leicester win – 27/10
- Over 2.5 goals – 4/7
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
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Hello SunSport family.
Has the lockdown here in the UK made your weekend boring? Well strap on your seatbelts people because this next fixture is shaping up to be a good one!
High flying Leicester City travel to Anfield where they’ll be taking on the reigning Premier League champions Liverpool and I for one just can’t wait.
The Reds go into this game off the back of a 1-1 draw with Manchester City and when you take their injury crisis into consideration, it was a point well earned.
However, Liverpool have looked vulnerable at the back this season. They have only managed to keep just one clean sheet in their last 13 Premier League games. Going into this weekend, only promoted sides Leeds and West Brom (17 each) have conceded more than the Reds (16) but seven of them did come in one game against Aston Villa.
On the other hand, after picking off their midlands rivals Wolves with a 1-0 victory before the international break, Leicester did start the weekend at the summit of the table which is the first time since their 2015-16 title triumph until Spurs knocked them off the top yesterday evening.
The Foxes have made an impressive start to the season and a win at Anfield would really stamp their mark on what aspirations the club has going forward.
Despite Liverpool leaking a lot of goals at the back, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers will be aware that he is coming up against a side who are trying to break their own record of being unbeaten in their last 63 Premier League home games, but can anyone guess which team ended this same streak in 1980?
You guessed it… Leicester City.
This is going to be interesting.
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