Liverpool vs. Leicester City live stream: Premier League prediction, how to watch online, time, news, oddsGetty Images As the festive period rolls on, Liverpool are looking to keep their good form going when they face Leicester City on Friday while the Foxes are picking up the pieces following a 3-0 loss to Newcastle United. The Reds are charging forward as they chase a Champions League spot and will soon have Dutch forward Cody Gakpo to add to their attack when the winter transfer window opens on Jan 1. But for now, Liverpool should have more than enough to see off a Leicester City side that will likely be without James Maddison and has been spiraling in the Premier League this season. Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:How to watch and oddsDate: Friday, Dec.
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Here is how you can watch the match:Date: Saturday, Dec. 30Time: 3 p. m. (GMT)/10 a. (ET)TV: CNBC (U. S. only)Stream: NBC Sports Live, fubo. tvPreviewIAN KINGTON/Getty ImagesThere is little wrong with Liverpool's forward selection, but with the imminent arrival of Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, there will be renewed optimism on Merseyside. James Pearce of the Liverpool Echo reported the Dutchman will watch his new team-mates feature against Leicester ahead of his £75 million transfer to Anfield. The centre-back will train with the Reds for the first time after the clash against Burnley on Jan. 1. Liverpool have been desperate to add quality at the back for two years, but they will have to manage with their current options on Saturday. The Foxes' form has improved overall under new coach Claude Puel, who joined the team in October.
Liverpool vs. Leicester City: Preview, Live Stream and TV InfoJan Kruger/Getty ImagesLiverpool welcome Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday, as the Reds attempt to cut the gap on Manchester United and Chelsea. Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp has watched his team score 12 goals in their last three league matches, and the Foxes will be wary of Liverpool's attack. Leicester hold eighth spot in the table but are 10 points behind Arsenal in sixth.
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However, they have lost two of their last three matches in the league. Michael Regan/Getty ImagesThe Frenchman lost his job at Southampton last season, but his pedigree is undeniable after spells at Monaco and Lyon. The Foxes recently pegged back Manchester United in a stunning 2-2 draw at home, and they will now attempt to reinforce their quality on the road. Recent victories at Newcastle United and Southampton prove Leicester can score goals away from home. However, it could be a clash of styles when they face the Reds.
30 | Time: 3 p. m. ETLocation: Anfield -- LiverpoolTV: None | Live stream: PeacockOdds: Liverpool -370; Draw +475; Leicester City +900 (via Caesars Sportsbook) Featured Game | Liverpool vs. Leicester City StorylinesLiverpool: Still without various members of the first team attack, Liverpool will again need Mohamed Salah to work his magic. With a goal and an assist in their victory over Aston Villa, Salah is getting back to top form just at the right time for the team. Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota, and Curtis Jones will all be absent along with James Milner and Artur Melo. But with the first-team midfield and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain back in action, Liverpool should have plenty of firepower to down Leicester.
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