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Liverpool vs Leicester City betting tips: Premier League preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Premier League meeting between Liverpool and Leicester City on December 30th, 2022


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December 30, 2022

8:00 pm GMT

Owing to Liverpool’s heavy favourite status, our recommended bet for Friday’s clash at Anfield comes in the form of a draw between the Reds and Leicester City.

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Match preview

A Liverpool outfit in the midst of a fine spell of form are set to act as hosts in a Premier League clash at Anfield on Friday, December 30th.

Their upcoming opponents? Leicester City.

Jurgen Klopp’s troops, of course, have embarked on a timely return to form either side of the recent World Cup break.

After heading into the break fresh off downings of Tottenham and Southampton, the Reds followed up with a further three-point haul on Boxing Day.

This came at the expense of Aston Villa, when goals on the part of all of Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Stefan Bajcetic gave rise to a 3-1 final scoreline.

Liverpool, as a result, remain 6th in the table in England’s top-flight, five points adrift of the top-4 pace.

A Leicester City branded corner flag ahead of the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester. Picture date: Tuesday January 19, 2021. - Image ID: 2E3K33B

And all associated with the Merseysiders will no doubt be confident in their chances of closing this gap further come the full-time whistle at Anfield on Friday night.

This comes with Klopp and co. primed to take on a Leicester City outfit fresh off an alarming result last time out.

The Foxes’ return to competitive action, earlier this week, saw them welcome high-flying Newcastle United to the King Power Stadium.

Despite heading into the clash fresh off six wins from seven across all competitions, though, Brendan Rodgers and co, when all was said and done, were dealt a hefty dose of reality.

This came as goals from Chris Wood, Miguel Almiron and Joelinton inside the opening half hour guided Newcastle to an altogether comfortable victory.

Leicester, owing to a dismal start to the campaign, therefore remain just four points clear of the bottom three.

And we at 101 do not envision this gap being opened any further over the days ahead, instead backing Liverpool to ultimately emerge on the right side of the scoreline at Anfield on Thursday night.

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