Leicester vs Liverpool Predictions & Betting Odds – 26th December 2019

Can the Foxes get the better of the leaders?

Roberto Firmino /Liverpool ©imago images / Xinhua 25.12.2019

Leicester vs Liverpool Betting Tips – Premier League, 26th December 8.00pm

The Foxes had a taste of defeat out at Manchester City on the weekend. Now having to face Liverpool, that’s a tough couple of matches to battle through. But will the Foxes become the first side to get the better of the Reds in this season’s EPL? Liverpool, who are 10 points clear at the top with a game in hand, return after their foray to Qatar in the FIFA Club World Cup. Read our predictions for Leicester vs Liverpool.

Leicester vs Liverpool Betting Odds*

Liverpool 23/20
Draw 11/4
Leicester 2/1

Premier League Betting at Bet365

Leicester vs Liverpool Live Stats & Betting Odds

Leicester News and Form – Can Leicester beat Liverpool?

Despite having taken the lead through Jamie Vardy at the Etihad on the weekend against Manchester City, Leicester ended up losing 3-1. That snapped their great nine-match undefeated streak of form that they had been running on. Vardy though has scored in 9 of their last 10 league games. Leicester do still have an unbeaten home record in this season’s top flight to defend on Thursday. The Foxes will be defending it against the best side in the country as well. Leicester have posted a fantastic W7 D2 home record in this season’s campaign. So will they be able to pose a threat to the Reds?

Leicester To Win


Leicester have averaged over 2 goals per home game and they have only shipped five goals in total at the King Power. There has been a clean sheet by Leciestser in 44% of their home fixtures. Five of Leicester’s nine home games have been level at the half-time break. They are currently running on a 13 match scoring streak in the league and Leicester have scored 66% of their goals in the second period of fixtures. On the flip side of that, 11 of the 14 league goals that Leicester have conceded this season have been in the first 45 minutes of fixtures. Even though it would have little impact in the title race, can Leicester beat Liverpool?

Leicester vs Liverpool Head to Head

Liverpool edged a 2-1 home win over Leicester in early October
Both teams have scored in each of the last seven league meetings
Leicester are W2 L2 in their last four home games against the Reds
Liverpool are unbeaten in five against the Foxes in all competitions


Key-Facts – Leicester vs Liverpool

  • The Foxes are unbeaten on home soil in this season’s league campaign
  • The Reds are on an eight-match winning streak in the EPL
  • Jamie Vardy has scored in 9 of his last 10 league games for the Foxes


Liverpool News and Form – Can Liverpool survive a tough test at Leicester?

Liverpool sauntered off to Qatar this week and played two games there in the FIFA Club World Cup. They won their semi-final and then needed extra time on the weekend to lift the trophy over Brazilian side Flamengo. So how much will that extra workload that they have had, on top of all the travelling, affect them on their trip to the King Power? Liverpool are on an eight-match winning streak in the top flight and on a three-match winning streak on the road. After struggling for badly to earn clean sheets this season, they have taken two back to back.

The Reds have averaged two goals per away game this season and have only conceded five goals in their eight road games. They are in a good place. Three-quarters of their away games have made it over 2.5 goals. Considering the week that they have had, this is going to perhaps be the biggest test of Liverpool’s resolve in defending their unbeaten season. Five of Liverpool’s seven away wins this season have been recorded by a one-goal margin. The Reds have opened the scoring in 6 of their 8 away games during this campaign.

Leicester vs Liverpool Tips & Odds

Leicester – Draw Double Chance at 4/6
Draw HT at 13/10

* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on December 21st, 2019 at 3:52 p.m.)

Leicester vs Liverpool Predictions

Leicester to win: The Foxes failed a test at Man City on the weekend, but opened the scoring. This is a great time to be meeting Liverpool who had a long trip back from Qatar and had to play extra time in the final there. Home win. If anyone can, Leicester can.