Diogo Jota could lead the line for Liverpool after his hat-trick against Atalanta earlier this month (Image: REUTERS)
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The league leaders going into the weekend visit the home of the champions on Sunday night.
Leicester City went into the weekend top of the Premier League table on 18 points, thanks to three consecutive wins, while Liverpool are one point behind the Foxes.
Few sides have as many injury problems as Liverpool right now – Jurgen Klopp has been sweating over the fitness of as many as nine first-team regulars in the run-up to this weekend's match.
Jamie Vardy has hit the ground running this season with eight goals so far, a stat matched by Mohamed Salah, although the Egyptian is ruled out having tested positive for coronavirus.
What time is Liverpool vs Leicester?
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Liverpool vs Leicester is the final game being played in the Premier League on Sunday.
The two sides kick off at 7.15pm, about an hour after the end of Leeds vs Arsenal at Elland Road.
The final two Premier League games of the weekend – Burnley vs Crystal Palace and Wolves vs Southampton – will be played on Monday.
Liverpool vs Leicester TV channel and live stream
Liverpool defender Rhys Williams could help cover his side's injury crisis against Leicester on Sunday
As with the previous two games being played on Sunday – Sheffield United vs West Ham and Leeds vs Arsenal – Sky Sports will be showing the action on its Main Event and Premier League channels.
Those who have paid via Sky or NOW TV can stream the game through the respective apps.
Both of tomorrow’s matches will also be shown on Sky Sports.
Liverpool vs Leicester odds
Jurgen Klopp has numerous injury worries ahead of this weekend's clash
Liverpool's injury woes seem to continue in the international break with Rhys Williams and Andy Robertson added to the list.
It is unclear how long if they are indeed fit for the match against Leicester so Jurgen Klopp will be looking to set a make-shift defence.
Liverpool may have enough still to beat the Foxes but expect goals from both sides. The Reds are 11/5 with thepools.com to win and both sides to score.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.