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GOAL! Salah strikes and Liverpool has the breakthrough The Egyptian rolls a nice first finish into the farthest corner of Firmino’s great film

To date, Liverpool have scored 9 goals in their last three visits to Kingpower. Can you find the breakthrough here in the last 25 minutes? The game was played almost entirely in the Leicester half for the last five minutes

STAT: Liverpool want a double in the 3 Book league

TAA plays a sensational cross-field pass towards Robertson’s run, but Albrighton steps back and nods afterwards. Liverpool is now dictated again

It looks like Evans managed to fix the pre-halftime issue he was struggling with One to watch out for

SHUT DOWN! Alexander Arnold aims with a magnificent 30-yard free kick that requires a slight distraction on the way to striking the crossbar

Liverpool are scrutinizing to regain their authority but since the restart it’s a much more even competition

Liverpool counterattack It is fed to Robertson 25 yards away, but he skews his first ride over the top

Good hands from Alisson on his near post after Vardy threatened to pounce on a low ball from the left. Liverpool had previously dealt with a couple of Leicester free kicks from the left wing

Evans drops out again for the hosts after his injury before half-time He’s still limping Will he be able to make it through the whole game?

KICKING OFF! Liverpool gets us going again

HT: Leicester 0-0 Liverpool

The Foxes manage to release Vardy beyond Liverpool’s High Line again after a Henderson mistake, but this time Alisson is good at turning him down

Alexander Arnold’s attempt crashes against the wall and Leicester clearly Evans is still limping after his foul on Mane

OFF THE BAR! Vardy grabs Maddison’s flick from a long ball and whips a shot that hits the bar and flies over

VIDEO: Schmeichel’s Super Save (although it wouldn’t have counted)

SHUT DOWN! Robertson sees a shot from the left side of the box deflect close to the far post The opening came after a flowing move by Salah, TAA and Firmino

For all of Liverpool’s dominance, it’s pretty clear that the Foxes have the quality of attack to give them trouble at some point in this competition, the longer Liverpool doesn’t strike, the more likely Leicester can punish them

And there is the danger. Barnes engineers have a left place and turn, and Vardy can only drive straight to Alisson

So far it’s pretty much everything in Liverpool – but to Klopp’s frustration, it remains goalless

Ndidi rises above Henderson but is unable to direct his header at goal from the right corner

Vardy has a chance to break and run at Henderson.He spins and spins but can’t find a way through Maddison then tries his luck from afar and it distracts better from the hosts

Schmeichel stops Firmino’s volley from close range with a large right hand The flag was offside in the run-up to Henderson, but the Foxes keeper didn’t know that Great

Robertson leads a brilliant Liverpool attack from left to right, playing it to Salah, who in turn finds Firmino, but the Brazilian can’t find a dink to hit Schmeichel from a tight angle

Jones booked for knocking down Maddison and then Barnes when Leicester counterattacked and the referee was trying to gain an advantage

Almost a 92 Goal at his 200th Appearance in Liverpool for Mane In this term he has so far 10

SHUT DOWN! Salah races on to Alexander Arnold’s pass. He faces Schmeichel at a narrower angle and sticks the ball into the six-yard box. Mane reaches for a tap-in, but Amartey comes over to refuse

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A right corner kindly dips off for Salah 15 yards away, but he hisses an uncomfortable shot far. That was a very good opportunity too

The defense of Leicester has so far been subjected to a certain test, The Foxes want to go three times in a row for the first time in four games in November 2019

SCREAM PENALTY! Salah is fed again on the right. He jumps into Ricardo and falls to the ground. He wants a penalty, but the referee is not interested. VAR agrees

NICE TRY! Vardy spins in the left channel behind Kabak. He stands in front of a tight corner, but improvises with a delicious praise that falls right over the bar. Alisson had strayed from his line and would not have got there

Salah clings to Henderson’s arithmetic ball from the depths. The Egyptian seems clear, but cannot quite control the ball and fluffs his lines under Ricardo’s pressure

Leicester works with a back four After the injury that ruled Justin out for the season, there was a mess with Amartey’s right back and Ricardo left

Liverpool continue to check Salah is in an acre space on the right, but he shuffles his first ball towards the six yard area and Leicester survives

STAT: Liverpool have only scored eight goals in nine Premier League games since beating Crystal Palace 7-0

League H2H in Leicester: Liverpool 16 wins, 10 draws, Leicester 24 wins /// In the PL era in Leicester: Liverpool 7 wins, 3 draws, Leicester 4 wins

Liverpool have looked very good going forward. Mane’s diagonal run keeps him clinging to Alexander Arnold’s piercing pass, but Soyuncu is again alert to the danger he has made a good start in the Foxes defense

Soyuncu is immediately forced to walk behind Robertson’s dangerous cross Liverpool make a mess of the resulting corner leading to a mistake by Jones Maddison reaches for it but his shot from his own half doesn’t have enough quality to beat Alisson that was far from its line

KICKING OFF! Leicester brings the show to the streets

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Let’s take a closer look at the line-up as we continue counting down to get started Leicester makes six changes to the side that secured an FA Cup win over Brighton Kasper Schmeichel is back between the sticks, Jonny Evans and Ricardo Pereira are called back on defense Harvey Barnes, Marc Albrighton and Maddison also come in. Meanwhile, Liverpool have made two changes from losing to Man City. Kabak is in his bow and joins Jordan Henderson at the defense center James Milner also gets the nod He replaces Thiago who falls on the bench The Reds’ other newcomer, Ben Davies, has been hit in training and is not involved

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More from Maddison on his aspirations for England, the midfielder has been involved in six goals in his last six home division games, scoring four goals and assisting two He said, “I know I’m good enough I just want this opportunity, that’s not a goal, that I’ll hide. I want to be back in the English squad, it’s that simple ”

James Maddison: “They (Liverpool) still have a fantastic team I know they were beaten 4-1 by Man City but they still have a top team and they still have a good squad apart from that Center halves They have a full scrimmage, midfielders and the goalkeeper we’re going to try to correct the result we had against them last year at King Power Stadium that was hard to take It really showed a difference in class and they became champions We have come a long way since then and hope that we can identify ourselves well “

Curtis Jones on Liverpool’s upcoming games: “It’s going to be a tough run against three great teams (Leicester, Leipzig and Everton) that do well, that will be very good, but in different ways – and we know that as a team and as a bunch Boys I think if we win against Leicester we will be perfectly positioned for the Champions League Of course if we win there everyone knows how big the game against Everton always is, put us in a perfect position.But we just take every game as it comes and we’ll see what each game has in store for us.But hopefully everything is positive and hopefully we can make a profit from everyone “

Brendan Rodgers on Liverpool: “Your consistency over the past two years has been phenomenal. Look, you’re still up there and it’s still a long, long way to go. We all try to stay there for as long as possible and see where we are with five games are ”

It’s been a difficult time for Klopp on and off the pitch the past few weeks. Can he mark a milestone for him by leading his team to a much-needed victory?

Jürgen Klopp: “To be honest, I don’t understand the noise about the results. Whatever you wrote, I haven’t read it. But I know what the situation is like and I talk about results. Although I know the reason why we do don’t fly, I expect we will win more games than we do. That’s why I’m worried. We’ll do our best to have the best season from now on. We’ll try. That’s our job “

We’re all taking a closer look at Kabak The rumor mill suggests the defender’s loan move could be permanent as Dayot Upamecano appears to be slated for Bayern

CONFIRMED TEAMS – LEICESTER CITY: Schmeichel, Pereira, Amartey, Evans, Soyuncu, Albrighton, Ndidi, Tielemans, Barnes, Maddison, Vardy Subs: Ward, Iheanacho, Perez, Under, Choudhury, Mendy, Fuchs, Thomas, Daley-Campbell // / LIVERPOOL: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Robertson, Kabak, Henderson, Jones, Milner, Wijnaldum, Mähne, Salah, Firmino Subs: Adrian, Thiago, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Tsimikas, Shaqiri, R Williams, N Williams, Phillips, Clarkson

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