Leicester City vs Liverpool – LIVE Premier League Football Final Match Reddit Soccer Score Today February 13-02-2021
Leicester City vs Liverpool live score: Match details
Match: Leicester City vs Liverpool
Competition: Premier League
Date: February 13, 2021
Kick-off time: 12:30 pm, February 13, 2021 (UK time)
Stadium: King Power Stadium
Liverpool will need a defensive reshuffle for Saturday’s early-afternoon trip to Leicester City after Fabinho was ruled out of the fixture. Jürgen Klopp confirmed during his Friday morning press conference he would be without the services of the Brazilian due to a muscle issue. The manager told reporters: “Fab will not be available. He suffered again a little muscle issue, so will be out for this game.” In the absence of Fabinho, deadline-day additions Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies could come into contention to make their Liverpool debuts at King Power Stadium. Nat Phillips and Rhys Williams also present options to Klopp as he decides upon his line-up.
Third hosts fourth in the Premier League on Saturday lunchtime when high-flying Leicester City welcome champions Liverpool to the King Power Stadium. Three points separate the two sides in the table after 23 games, and the visitors arrive at the King Power looking to bounce back from successive league defeats for the first time under Jurgen Klopp.
Brendan Rodgers has had three bites at besting his former club and so far has failed each time, including a 4-0 thrashing at the King Power last season. Naturally, Liverpool are no where near the side they were then so the fourth time just might be the charm for Leicester, especially with Jamie Vardy and Wilfred Ndidi returning. Jürgen Klopp’s side need to avoid a third successive defeat with Chelsea, West Ham and Everton all excellently placed to rise above them should they slip further. Fixtures and pressure continue to pile up for Klopp as Liverpool face RB Leizpig in Budapest on Tuesday. A quick Champions League exit could boost chances of another crack next season but morale could be damaged further in the process. Graham Searles
Not many would have predicted that, in mid-February, Leicester City would host champions Liverpool above them in the table.
However, that’s the current situation, thanks largely to the form of the two sides.
Leicester are winless in seven meetings with Liverpool, losing six of them but will that change here?
All 11 of the Reds league wins this season have come in cities beginning with L but winning is not what they’ve been doing of late.
Their attention now is more on securing a top four place.
This will be a serious test of Liverpool’s resolve so will they leave the King Power back on track or even more derailed?