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Leicester heads to Anfield this Thursday to battle Liverpool. Soccer expert Alex Campean is here with the best picks for the match.

Liverpool vs. Leicester Prediction: Liverpool Gets Mo Salah Back in the Lineup

Liverpool will be eager to record their fifth win in a row across all competitions on Thursday against Leicester. With Mo Salah back in the starting lineup, Liverpool should have enough to maintain the pressure on Man City at the top of the table.

Premier League Round 24 Betting Picks: Liverpool vs. Leicester

When: Thursday, February 10 - 2:45 pm ET

Where: Anfield, Liverpool

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Liverpool vs. Leicester Prediction

Liverpool: Strong start of the year

The Reds return to Premier League action seeking to add three more points to their season tally and close the gap on leaders Man City. They are sitting second in the EPL standings with 48 points earned in 22 games, and they are trailing the Citizens by nine points, having a game in hand on them. They have the best attack in the league with 58 goals scored and the fourth-best defense with 19 goals conceded. 

They’ve lost their last two Premier League matches against Leicester City and have not suffered three consecutive defeats against the Foxes in over 58 years. On top of that, they are unbeaten on home soil this season, winning seven on their 10 EPL home games and netting 25 goals in the process.

The Africa Cup of Nations finished a few days ago with Sadio Mane’s Senegal beating Mo Salah’s Egypt and winning their first AFCON in their history. The media outlets in the UK reported that Mo Salah is expected to take part in training on Tuesday and start against the Foxes on Thursday, with Mane set to get back in the starting lineup on Sunday against Burnley. 

Klopp completed the signing of Luis Diaz from FC Porto for almost $68m. The winger joined Liverpool in the January transfer window, and he made his debut in the 3-1 win over Cardiff, offering his first assist for Takumi Minamino’s goal. The 25-year-old Colombian has scored 20 goals for Porto and country this season. He will become one of the main players for the Reds, given his talent, fantastic pace, and excellent skills. It will take him some time to adapt, but he’s aware that a place in the starting XI is anything but guaranteed. 

The Reds will take on Inter next week in the Champions League, and they will be eager to keep the ball rolling and continue to win games. They have impressive attacking firepower, and they should take advantage of Leicester’s squad issues. We’re taking Diogo Jota to find the back of the net at +125 with DraftKings. 

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Leicester: No Vardy, No Party 

In the FA Cup, Leicester was a complete mess in the 4-1 defeat to Nottingham Forest, having just two shots on target. As a result, they are languishing in 10th in the standings and have not launched a top-four challenge this season. Yes, they beat Liverpool 1-0 back in December with a depleted squad, but they are out of form, and we don’t expect them to pull off another upset. 

They will be without Jonny Evans, Timothy Castagne, Jamie Vardy, Ryan Bertrand, and Wesley Fofana, all injured. They have an AFCON champion on their own, with Nampalys Mendy being named in the team of the tournament. He will not be ready for this clash as he needs a few days to recover after such a long campaign.

The Foxes have not completed a league double against the Reds since 1999, and it isn’t easy to back them here. They enter this clash on a three-game winless run across all competitions, losing two in the process. What’s great about them is that they are scoring goals. The last time they failed to find the back of the net was back in November in the 3-0 defeat to Chelsea. Their last away win was back in October when they beat Brentford 2-1 on the road, and the last time they beat Liverpool was 22 years ago. However, they struggle defensively, and they conceded 21 goals in their previous six away games, allowing at least two goals in each match. Liverpool should get the job, but a bet on a straight home win will not make you rich as the Reds are priced at -400 on the three-way moneyline. 

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Alex Campean has been a soccer fan since 1990 when he watched the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. He knows everything about the top 5 European leagues, Champions League and Europa League and he is well known for his “trade-mark” “Alex Classic” bet (both teams to score and over 2.5 goals in the match). He’s very disciplined, follows a strict set of rules, and has great bankroll management. He’s our European soccer specialist and he's having an average of 55 units of profit in the last 7 years with his soccer picks. He’s all about positive energy, respect, and long-term profit and if you ever hear “Alex’s last-minute goal” that means he did it again winning a bet in the last minute of the game, so never lose hope.


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