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Watch Online: Liverpool - Leicester (Premier League) 10.02.2022 19:45 - Thursday

Watch Online: Liverpool - Leicester (Premier League) 10.02.2022 19:45 - Thursday

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Liverpool meet Leicester in a match of the 24th round of the Premier League. Even without Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah for a month, the performance of the Merseysiders was at a well-known high level. Liverpool have won five of their six games without their big stars, scoring three or more goals in four. The only wrong move was a 0-0 draw with Arsenal in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup, but it did not prove fatal as seen in the rematch of the Emirates, won 2-0.

Leicester's situation was a little different. The combination of injured and missing players had a far greater impact on the Foxes' results. Although he won only in the final minutes, Tottenham totally beat Leicester and deservedly beat him 3: 2. In the ensuing 1-1 draw with Brighton, the Foxes again showed weaknesses in defense. According to certain indicators such as expected goals conceded and others, Leicester's defense is the weakest in the league, even behind the outsiders in the Newcastle and Watford rankings.

In the first match between the two teams in December, Leicester was very lucky to beat Liverpool 1-0. The Merseysiders dominated completely then, but the partnership between midfielders Wilfred Ndidi and Daniel Amarthey in the center of defense surprised the Liverpool strikers. I expect that this time a miracle will not happen and Liverpool will achieve a comfortable victory with 2 or 3 goals difference in their favor.

Leicester have not won as a guest in all tournaments since October 24. On their last visit to the Premier League, the Foxes were defeated 6-3 in a crazy match against champions Manchester City. An aggressive team like Liverpool can take advantage of the difficulties of the guests in defense and even without their big stars to achieve convincing success. Six of Merfield's seven victories at Anfield this season are 2 or more goals in their favor. Five of Leicester's six losses against Top 7 rivals are two or more goals away.