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Leeds vs Liverpool: Premier League preview


Leeds vs Liverpool: Premier League preview

Jurgen Klopp’s side were involved in a thrilling 2-2 draw with Arsenal last time out, a match they started poorly in but recovered to produce a late charge and in the end could well have taken all three points. A much better start is required here.


Liverpool will be keen to take advantage of a Leeds defence that conceded five goals last weekend to Crystal Palace, a result that has dragged them right back into the thick of the relegation battle.

Date, kick-off time and venue

Leeds vs Liverpool is scheduled for a 8pm BST kick-off time today, Monday 17 April, 2023.

Elland Road will host.

Where to watch Leeds vs Liverpool

TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HDR.

Live stream: The Sky Go app will provide a live stream to subscribers.

Live blog: Follow all of the action with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog.

Leeds vs Liverpool team news

Tyler Adams is still out for Leeds with a hamstring injury picked up before the international break. He is expected to miss an extended period after underdoing surgery on the issue.

Wilfried Gnonto was named on the bench against Palace, but could return to the starting lineup here in place of Brendan Aaronson or Luis Sinisterra.

Klopp has confirmed that Luis Diaz will be in the squad assuming he suffers no further setbacks, in what would be a huge boost for Liverpool. The winger has not played since October.

Thiago made his return off the bench against Arsenal and is in contention to start at Elland Road, while Alisson and Ibrahima Konate are expected to be available despite both missing two days of training this week. Naby Keita and Stefan Bajcetic remain out.

Luis Diaz is set to make his long-awaited return from injury against Leeds

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Leeds vs Liverpool prediction

Since the 7-0 win over Manchester United, and talk of Liverpool being ‘back’, Klopp’s side are winless in five matches. They have won just two of their 11 matches away from home in all competitions since the turn of the year.

However, while Leeds have shown some signs of improvement in recent weeks, they are conceding far too many goals and Liverpool could benefit should this turn into an end-to-end encounter.

Liverpool to win, 2-1.

Head to head (h2h) history and results

Leeds wins: 29

Draws: 31

Liverpool wins: 62

Leeds vs Liverpool latest odds

Leeds to win: 10/3

Draw: 3/1

Liverpool to win: 8/11

Odds via Betfair and subject to change.

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