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Boxing Day Clash: Leicester City vs Liverpool Prematch Analysis
Source It's gonna be going down today later in the night, as resilient Leicester City welcomes the European and most recently, FIFA Club World Cup Winners Liverpool to their boxing day league clash at the King Power Stadium. It's one of those games many of us have been looking forward to, and of all days, it's the boxing day. Who is gonna leave the other with punches? Well, in the English Premier league, you just can't predict what's gonna happen. Brendan Rodgers Leicester appear to have rejuvaneted that fighting spirit we saw in them few years ago which fuelled them to the league Victory. However, such fury can always be checked when playing against a highflying team like Liverpool who are currently perceived by many as the most dangerous and in form team. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have risen to become a force to reckon with both in England and Europe in general. Having played the Champions league final consecutively, the reds have proven that whatever victory or heights they attain is far from being a fluke. When the season started, they were pitched alongside the current league champions Manchester City as favorites to contend for the title. However, as we speak, they seem miles away from their presumed rivals and it all seem like they're already the undisputed champions. With City 11 points behind Liverpool, not so many believe the reds will be toppled again this season. Source Leicester are currently sitting in the second position with 39 points from 18 games, while Liverpool are leading the table with 49 points from 17 games. It's also worthy of note that Jurgen Klopp's side are yet to lose any game this season, that is, they have claimed 16 wins and a draw so far. Leicester at the other end have won 12 games, settled for 3 draws and have suffered 3 defeats. But then, they is something about Leicester that should be of worry to a bystander, and that's the simple fact that they are yet to lose at home in their last 11 games in all competitions, since losing to Newcastle in April. They have recorded 8 wins and settled for 3 draws since then at the King Power Stadium, that's to say, it may not be an easy ride for Liverpool who are the favorites heading into this game. Apart from that, the reds may have little to worry about when we put their past 5 encounters with Leicester. The European champions appear to have an upper hand statistically against their opponents, having defeated them four times and settling for one draw. Well, Jamie Vardy who is currently one of the hottest strikers in Europe may leave bruises on Liverpool if given the slightest chance. He remains the biggest threat to Klopp's side ahead of this game and Liverpool fans will hope Van Dijk keeps him at bay. It's always easy to stop a man who is currently leading as the league top scorer with 17 goals to his name. However, having Allison Becker and Van Dijk at the backline could prove to be the antidote to Vardy's venomous attacks. Do you think Leicester Can do it? Lemme hear your thoughts.
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idunique
Boxing Day Clash: Leicester City vs Liverpool Prematch Analysis
Source It's gonna be going down today later in the night, as resilient Leicester City welcomes the European and most recently, FIFA Club World Cup Winners Liverpool to their boxing day league clash at the King Power Stadium. It's one of those games many of us have been looking forward to, and of all days, it's the boxing day. Who is gonna leave the other with punches? Well, in the English Premier league, you just can't predict what's gonna happen. Brendan Rodgers Leicester appear to have rejuvaneted that fighting spirit we saw in them few years ago which fuelled them to the league Victory. However, such fury can always be checked when playing against a highflying team like Liverpool who are currently perceived by many as the most dangerous and in form team. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have risen to become a force to reckon with both in England and Europe in general. Having played the Champions league final consecutively, the reds have proven that whatever victory or heights they attain is far from being a fluke. When the season started, they were pitched alongside the current league champions Manchester City as favorites to contend for the title. However, as we speak, they seem miles away from their presumed rivals and it all seem like they're already the undisputed champions. With City 11 points behind Liverpool, not so many believe the reds will be toppled again this season. Source Leicester are currently sitting in the second position with 39 points from 18 games, while Liverpool are leading the table with 49 points from 17 games. It's also worthy of note that Jurgen Klopp's side are yet to lose any game this season, that is, they have claimed 16 wins and a draw so far. Leicester at the other end have won 12 games, settled for 3 draws and have suffered 3 defeats. But then, they is something about Leicester that should be of worry to a bystander, and that's the simple fact that they are yet to lose at home in their last 11 games in all competitions, since losing to Newcastle in April. They have recorded 8 wins and settled for 3 draws since then at the King Power Stadium, that's to say, it may not be an easy ride for Liverpool who are the favorites heading into this game. Apart from that, the reds may have little to worry about when we put their past 5 encounters with Leicester. The European champions appear to have an upper hand statistically against their opponents, having defeated them four times and settling for one draw. Well, Jamie Vardy who is currently one of the hottest strikers in Europe may leave bruises on Liverpool if given the slightest chance. He remains the biggest threat to Klopp's side ahead of this game and Liverpool fans will hope Van Dijk keeps him at bay. It's always easy to stop a man who is currently leading as the league top scorer with 17 goals to his name. However, having Allison Becker and Van Dijk at the backline could prove to be the antidote to Vardy's venomous attacks. Do you think Leicester Can do it? Lemme hear your thoughts.
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idunique
Boxing Day Clash: Leicester City vs Liverpool Prematch Analysis
Source It's gonna be going down today later in the night, as resilient Leicester City welcomes the European and most recently, FIFA Club World Cup Winners Liverpool to their boxing day league clash at the King Power Stadium. It's one of those games many of us have been looking forward to, and of all days, it's the boxing day. Who is gonna leave the other with punches? Well, in the English Premier league, you just can't predict what's gonna happen. Brendan Rodgers Leicester appear to have rejuvaneted that fighting spirit we saw in them few years ago which fuelled them to the league Victory. However, such fury can always be checked when playing against a highflying team like Liverpool who are currently perceived by many as the most dangerous and in form team. Under Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have risen to become a force to reckon with both in England and Europe in general. Having played the Champions league final consecutively, the reds have proven that whatever victory or heights they attain is far from being a fluke. When the season started, they were pitched alongside the current league champions Manchester City as favorites to contend for the title. However, as we speak, they seem miles away from their presumed rivals and it all seem like they're already the undisputed champions. With City 11 points behind Liverpool, not so many believe the reds will be toppled again this season. Source Leicester are currently sitting in the second position with 39 points from 18 games, while Liverpool are leading the table with 49 points from 17 games. It's also worthy of note that Jurgen Klopp's side are yet to lose any game this season, that is, they have claimed 16 wins and a draw so far. Leicester at the other end have won 12 games, settled for 3 draws and have suffered 3 defeats. But then, they is something about Leicester that should be of worry to a bystander, and that's the simple fact that they are yet to lose at home in their last 11 games in all competitions, since losing to Newcastle in April. They have recorded 8 wins and settled for 3 draws since then at the King Power Stadium, that's to say, it may not be an easy ride for Liverpool who are the favorites heading into this game. Apart from that, the reds may have little to worry about when we put their past 5 encounters with Leicester. The European champions appear to have an upper hand statistically against their opponents, having defeated them four times and settling for one draw. Well, Jamie Vardy who is currently one of the hottest strikers in Europe may leave bruises on Liverpool if given the slightest chance. He remains the biggest threat to Klopp's side ahead of this game and Liverpool fans will hope Van Dijk keeps him at bay. It's always easy to stop a man who is currently leading as the league top scorer with 17 goals to his name. However, having Allison Becker and Van Dijk at the backline could prove to be the antidote to Vardy's venomous attacks. Do you think Leicester Can do it? Lemme hear your thoughts.
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