Leicester City v Liverpool tips – Reds no banker at even money

Leicester can stop the rot against a Liverpool side who struggled to beat Stoke on Saturday

Leicester City v Liverpool tips – Reds no banker at even money

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December 1st, 2014

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Opposing Liverpool this season has been a profitable excursion and there are plenty of reasons to take on the Reds on Tuesday night.

Liverpool have won just two of their six games on the road this term, losing the other four and their position of 11th in the Premier League table is an accurate reflection of the performances to date.

Bet365 are among those bookies going even money about the visitors winning at the King Power Stadium although it’s a leap of faith to back a team who have suffered defeats at West Ham, Newcastle, Manchester City and Crystal Palace.

Daniel Sturridge continues to be missing from the attack and Raheem Sterling is not having the sort of impact that he did in the second half of last season which convinced Roy Hodgson that the youngster was a banker to not only board the plane to Brazil but actually start for England.

Leicester are admittedly in dire form, having lost their last six matches since putting Manchester United to the sword 5-3 in September.

However, Nigel Pearson’s side created enough chances to win at Loftus Road before going down 3-2 and they can earn at least a point from this encounter.

City have actually only lost one match at the King Power all season, having drawn four of their six matches and we are going to back this one to finish all square too along with No Goalscorer.

After all, Liverpool were largely toothless during their 1-0 win against Stoke and creating chances in the Premier League is proving to be a tall order at the moment.

Draw @ 13/5 with bet365
No Goalscorer @ 11/1 with Sky Bet

Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Burnley v Newcastle 19:45
Leicester v Liverpool 19:45
Man Utd v Stoke 19:45
Swansea v QPR 19:45
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 20:00
West Brom v West Ham 20:00

Wednesday 3rd December 2014
Arsenal v Southampton 19:45
Chelsea v Tottenham 19:45
Everton v Hull 19:45
Sunderland v Man City 19:45

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