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This is Liverpool’s first Premier League match since their return from Qatar and their success in winning the FIFA Club World Cup. Although it is a very quick turnaround for them, I still believe they can be winners on their trip to the King Power stadium. Liverpool’s explosive front three are all expected to start on Boxing Day, and they will want to get back to business straight away, a win over Leicester – their closest rivals in the league standings – would be huge in terms of extending the gap and it would take Jurgen Klopp’s side over the half-century mark for points accumulated. Liverpool have won 11 of their last 12 away matches in the Premier League.
Both teams to score looks like a solid selection, Leicester have managed to find the net in eight of their nine home matches so far this season, and they managed to score two or more in seven of them. Although Liverpool have managed to keep back-to-back clean sheets in the league, they have been a good bet for both teams to score for the most part. The selection has been a winner in 13 of their last 17 Premier League outings.
If Leicester are going to find a goal, then Jamie Vardy would be my bet to get it. He is the league’s top goal scorer and by some distance with a total of 17. He is six ahead of his closest competitor in Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham. Vardy is in incredible form with his goals total nearly matching his number of appearances, he has scored in nine of his last ten outings, including in the 3-1 defeat at Manchester City last time out.