Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will be aiming to
bolster their grip on best spot in the EPL League standings when
Leicester City go to Anfield on Wednesday night.
The table-topping Reds now hold a 4-point lead over
second-placed Manchester City, who experienced a 2-1 defeat to Newcastle
United on Tuesday.
A victory against the Foxes could see Liverpool increase the lead at the summit of the EPL League to 7-points.
They can count on a stern test from a Leicester facet that
claimed the scalps of Chelsea and Manchester City in direction of the conclusion of December,
whilst the Foxes have experienced a slump of late, recording 3 defeats and
a win in their past 4 league fixtures.
On the team information front, Klopp has a number of players
returning from injury, including Dejan Lovren (hamstring) and Gini Wijnaldum
Virgil van Dijk missed instruction on Friday due to sickness but
is predicted to get better in time to face Leicester.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (knee) and James Milner (suspension)
skip out, though Fabinho is predicted to characteristic irrespective of selecting up a minimal
hamstring injury in the 4-3 victory around Crystal Palace past time out.
Extensive-expression absentees Joe Gomez, Rhian Brewster and Alex
Oxlade-Chamberlain continue being on the treatment method table.
For Leicester, defender Harry Maguire faces a late fitness
test after sustaining a leg injury against Wolves on 19 January.
Daniel Amartey, meanwhile, stays on the sidelines as he
continues his recovery from a broken ankle.