Goals will surely be the order of the day at Anfield this weekend. Arguably the Premier league’s most impressive sides to date, Liverpool and Leicester City, face each other.
Its first versus third as Brendan Rodgers returns to Anfield with his Foxes side after hammering Newcastle 5-0 last Sunday.
The Reds similarly saw lots of goals last time out. They beat RB Salzburg 4-3 on Wednesday night in the Champions League – possibly a glimpse of things to come?
This could be the league match that sees Liverpool’s unusually shaky back four found out like they were against on Wednesday – the Foxes have smashed 10 goals in their last four.
It is a very appealing 10/1 for Leicester to win and both teams to net or bag the 6/1 on the Leicester home win.
Jamie Vardy kept his fine form last weekend. He bagged a brace and his 11/1 to score two or more again here.
It was actually right-back Ricardo Pereira who opened the scoring against Newcastle. The highly offensive full-back is 12/1 to score anytime.
Liverpool have won their last sixteen Premier League games however. They will without a doubt be chasing the record Manchester City recorded between August and December 2017 of eighteen consecutive victories.
4/9 is the odds for a Liverpool win. Sadio Mane got the only goal in their 1-0 win over Sheffield United last weekend, courtesy of a Dean Henderson howler. It is 6/4 for him to score again in a victory for the Reds.
Corners should be expected with this one, as both sides usually offer a quantity of shots and along with quality. 4/1 for over thirteen corners on Saturday afternoon.
Both teams playing massively attractive, attacking football and goals are guaranteed.
Liverpool will look to keep the gap between them and Manchester City at five points before next week’s international break, though they will have to be at their best to stop this quality Leicester side.