Leicester vs Liverpool Odds, Prediction and Live Score
Leicester vs Liverpool Odds 2017
On Monday February 27 at 3PM, Liverpool face Leicester in the EPL. One wonders about the atmosphere at the King Power Stadium come Monday. How will the supporters react to having the man who managed their club to the most improbable title victory in Premier League history? Will the fans voice their displeasure? But the more pressing issues are on the field. Who will take over the reigns for the Tinkerman, what style will they play and will it be able to keep Leicester from dropping out of the top flight embarrassingly, only one season after coming in top spot.
Whoever the manager for Leicester is on Monday, they will only have a couple days at most to sift through all the turmoil to field a team and have them ready for a refreshed Liverpool side. Klopp's men who had to play a ridiculous 10 games in 32 days between December 31st and January 31st will arrive at the King Power having not played a game in over 2 weeks and only 13 games total to play over the next 4 months. If we are looking to project gambling futures, and we always are, this bodes well for the Reds the rest of the way.
TAKE LIVERPOOL -1 (+104) @BET365
Leicester vs Liverpool Prediction BPL Week 26
After the dust has settled from Liverpool's shambolic January which at one point had them in 2nd place and only 5 points out of 1st place, they find themselves only 1 point out of the Champions League spots and absolutely nothing else to play for. This will behoove their top 4 run which means European Football for the fans next season and the revenue that comes with the qualification. For a club with Liverpool's history this is very meaningful, so expect no mercy!
The likes of Mane and Firmino running the channels against an aging Leicester backline should be more than enough to get the job done. The team Klopp fields should have stamina to press hard for 90 minutes. The big unknown is how Leicester's players will respond to Ranieri's sacking. If they play like they have been all season, Liverpool could dismantle them like they did at Anfield earlier in the campaign. But the Foxes are hoping a fresh start might breathe some life into their club the way it appears to have for Hull and Swansea. Since hiring new managers both teams are in the ascendancy and have looked to have increased their chances of surviving relegation.
Premier League Games Week 26
When Burnley visit the KCOM Stadium this Saturday expect a low scoring affair. I lean Under 2.5 goals there. Bournemouth who have lost 2 out every 3 games away from home in the league this season, and 5 of their last 6 overall take on West Brom at the Hawthorns. Pulis' men have been a great value play all season, especially at home where they have 7-2-3 record overall. At +110 on BET365 I recommend a 1-unit play on the Baggies.
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