Leicester City is coming off a 4-0 Premier League victory against Newcastle United a few weeks ago. They also ended a three-game losing streak. They are currently in ninth place with 22 points after 16 games. So far in the league, they have six wins, four ties, and six losses. They have a mediocre home record, with four wins, one tie, and three losses. They scored 27 goals and surrendered 27 goals in the league. Jamie Vardy, who has nine goals thus far for the squad, is the team’s top scorer. Youri Tielemans has a total of five goals to his credit. However, they have a large list of ailments, including a few players who are out due to Covid. Kelechi Iheanacho, Ademola Lookman, Wesley Fofana, Jannik Vestergaard, Ayoze Perez, Caglar Soyuncu, Daniel Amartey, and James Justin are among the notable absentees.
Liverpool enjoyed a six-match winning streak before a draw against Tottenham. They had beaten Aston Villa, Arsenal, Southampton, Everton, Wolves, and Newcastle. With 41 points from 18 games, they are second in the rankings, with 11 wins, five draws, and one loss. They lead Chelsea by three points and trail Manchester City by three points. With 20 points in nine games, they have the league’s second-best away record. They are the highest goal-scoring team in the league, with 50 goals scored and only 15 goals conceded. With 15 goals, Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool’s goal scorers, while Diogo Jota has ten goals. Virgil Van Dijk, Fabinho, Thiago Alcantara, Divock Origi, Nathaniel Phillips, Adrian, and Curtis Jones are all doubtful for the match against Leeds United owing to a suspension.