Jurgen Klopp’s side are unbeaten in their last 14 home Premier League games; winning each of the most recent five.
The Reds have also won seven of their 10 previous meetings with Leicester in the English top-flight, although the Foxes have prevailed in the last two.
You must go back to November 1963 for the last time Liverpool suffered three successive league defeats against Leicester.
The Foxes are targeting a first league double since the 1998-99 season under Martin O’Neill.
Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers is looking to become only the second ex-Reds boss to do so over his former employers – and first since Kenny Dalglish with Blackburn Rovers in 1993-94.
Both teams have scored in each of Leicester’s last 10 away games. However, they have only taken the lead once in their 10 most recent visits to Anfield.
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Liverpool vs Leicester City: Match Stats
The attacking quality of both sides – in addition to the recent history book – suggests we can expect goals here.
Indeed, there have been three or more scored in eight of their last 10 meetings across all competitions.
When on form, both teams like to get on with things, so there are unlikely to be too many stoppages for foul play.
In fact, less than four cards have been shown in each of the last seven matches involving Leicester.
Liverpool vs Leicester City: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Leicester City
December 28, 2021: Leicester City 1-0 Liverpool – Premier League
December 22, 2021: Liverpool 3-3 Leicester City – League Cup
February 13, 2021: Leicester City 3-1 Liverpool – Premier League
November 22, 2020: Liverpool 3-0 Leicester City – Premier League
December 26, 2019: Leicester City 0-4 Liverpool – Premier League
Leicester are unbeaten after 90 minutes in each of the three most recent meetings between the sides across all competitions.