Leicester vs Liverpool Date and Time: Saturday, February 13, 2021 12:30 PM (UK Time) Venue: King Power Stadium Prediction: Leicester Bookmaker: 1xbet
Leicester City vs Liverpool is scheduled for kick-off on February 13, 2021, at 12:30 in the afternoon, at King Power Stadium. Liverpool won 9 of their last 14 meetings, while Leicester City won 3, and 2 matches ended in a draw. The last game between Leicester City and Liverpool in the English Premier League Season 2020/2021 took place in November 2020 and ended with a 3-0 victory for Liverpool.
Leicester City started the week sitting third in the Premier League behind Man City and Man Utd. The Team has won 13, drawn four, and lost six games so far, scoring 39 goals while conceding 25. Brendan Rodgers’ men are currently seven points off the pace set by City meaning there is no margin for error for the remainder of winter. An extended winning run is required.
Unbeaten in their last two at this level we saw Leicester beat lowly Fulham 2-0 in London in their opening game of the month but were held to a goalless draw by Wolves last Sunday on the road. It was a game the Leicester were expected to win but were held to a level finish by their Midlands rivals who took great pleasure in knocking Leicester off course.
Liverpool won last season’s Premier League title after finishing a narrow second in the campaign before that, but they need a large slice of good fortune if they are to successfully defend their trophy. The Reds are fourth in the table with 11 wins and seven draws against five defeats, scoring 44 goals while conceding 29. 40 points claimed Liverpool 10 off Man City. Despite sitting top of the league late last year we now find Liverpool off the pace after losing three of their last five and each of their last two. They were beaten 1-0 at Anfield by Brighton and followed that with a hurtful 4-1 home defeat against Man City last weekend. The latter put a serious dent in their chances of winning the league.
Both teams are currently out of the title race but know victory here could push them back into contention. Anything less than all three points would be viewed as a bitterly disappointing result for Liverpool, but they face a well organized and dangerous opponent in Leicester.