Premier League Preview: Leicester vs Liverpool Prediction, Preview, and Odds (May 15)
- Leicester looking to end a three-game winless run
- Liverpool hoping to keep top-four dreams alive with a seventh straight win
The Premier League action concludes this weekend on Monday evening, as Liverpool travel to the King Power Stadium. Both sides will desperately need a victory to enhance their chances of achieving their goals this season, with Leicester remaining in the bottom three places.
How To Watch
- When: Monday, May 15, 2023, at 3:00 p.m ET
- Where: King Power Stadium, Leicester
- How To Watch: NBC
Leicester City’s miserable season has continued under the leadership of Dean Smith, and there remains a real chance that they could be playing Championship soccer next term. The Foxes come into their penultimate home game of the season in the bottom three places, but a victory over Liverpool could move them out of the bottom three positions.
However, they don’t come into this game in reliable form, as they have won just once across their previous six. Their most recent outing was a damning showing against Fulham, as they found themselves 3-0 down at half-time. Leicester showed a little fight in the second half, but their 5-3 loss could prove damaging to their chances of safety.
It has been a testament to the job done by Jurgen Klopp that Liverpool remains in the hunt for a top four spot this term. The Reds sit just a point behind Man United, although they have played a game more than the Red Devils. But, Liverpool could move into the Champions League spots on Monday if United fail to beat Wolves on Saturday.
Liverpool comes into this game after winning their previous six, but their previous five wins have come by a one-goal margin. Only five teams have previously won six games on the bounce by a one-goal margin. Liverpool have lost their previous two against Leicester at the King Power, but they have still won eight of the last eleven overall.
Leicester vs Liverpool Prediction
This looks set to be a massive match at the King Power Stadium on Monday, with both teams battling for points. However, we struggle to see the Leicester defense holding out this Liverpool front-line, which means that we could see the Reds running out as commanding winners.