Liverpool boss Klopp explains what he expects against Leicester City

Liverpool boss Klopp explains what he expects against Leicester City

As enthusiasm is on the up at Anfield again, with the forthcoming signing of Puel's former centre-back Virgil van Dijk for a world record of £75 million (S$135 million) for a defender, the Frenchman is back at a ground where he won a League Cup semi-final in January.

"Of course, after a defeat it is a disappointment but Liverpool played their best", said Leicester manager Claude Puel.

'It is a maximum satisfaction to win like this today and on flawless days we win football games, ' he added. "We have to check and see what he can do for the next match".

Liverpool will be looking to maintain their winning run when they take on Leicester City in the Premier League today.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will sit out of the encounter as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury sustained against Swansea.

"Maguire hasn't got the pace to get back with him". However, Liverpool have lost only thrice to Leicester in the league at Anfield.

Loris Karius was similarly brought in to the starting XI, with Simon Mignolet dropping to the bench.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said that he expects his side to face a tough test when they take on Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday.

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The Brazilian has bagged a couple of goals in his last match while scored and assisted in each of 2 games before that.

"He can keep this standard, for sure", Klopp told a news conference.

But it looks as if Liverpool's win against the Foxes might have come at a cost.

The Egypt worldwide scored his 17th Premier League goal of the season in the 76th minute when he showed the strength to hold off Harry Maguire and the composure to place a finish into the net.

Liverpool have been ruthless in front of goal this season.

Despite Mahrez and Vardy being in fine form, I would go with Liverpool to score more goals.

The result moved them on to 41 points and consolidated fourth position in the table.

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