Secretly thrilled! Revealing the stats of Liverpool with the last 8 visits to Leicester

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Secretly thrilled! Revealing the stats of Liverpool with the last 8 visits to Leicester.

The statistics show clearly that Liverpool rarely affected by the visit to the King Power Stadium. After the last 8 years that Leicester returned to play in the Premier League. It appears that lost here 5 times. once

Monday night game Crucial for the future of both sides, Leicester need a win to avoid relegation. From now sinking the plum of the table. They at least two points behind safety ahead of Everton’s kick-off on Sunday, with Liverpool also needing a win to chase fourth-placed Manchester United closer to four points clear.

However, statistics over the years that followed said that Leicester were clearly the better side. By opening the house to defeat for 2 years in a row, until a total of 5 wins from the last 9 meetings at King Power Stadium

Over the last eight years, the pair have met nine times at the King Power Stadium, with Leicester winning five and winning four without a single draw.

For the last two seasons, Leicester have tied the Reds with scores 3-1 and 1-0 respectively, with Ademola Lookman scoring the only goal last season.

Leicester-Liverpool match results at the King Power Stadium 8 years later.

2014/15 Liverpool won 3-1

2015/16 Leicester won 2-0

2016/17 Leicester won 3-1

2017/18 Leicester won 2-0 (FA Cup), Liverpool won 3- 2

2018/19 Liverpool won 2-1

2019/20 Liverpool won 4-0

2020/21 Leicester won 3-1

2021/22 Leicester won 1-0

English Premier League football match on the 2nd day of the year 2023 in the game at Brentford, 10th in the table, will open the nest G-Tech Community Stadium Welcome the visit of the 6th team in the league.

The last 11 real members of the “Reds” army have already come out.

(4-3-3 system): Alisson Becker (goalkeeper) – Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ibrahima Konate, Fergie. L van Dijk, Konstantinos Tsimikas – Fabinho, Harvey Elliott, Thiago Alcantara – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez