Two Changes – Liverpool’s Strongest XI to face Leicester

Emre Can Liverpool Football ClubHigh flying Liverpool will face bottom of the league Leicester side on New Year’s day as Reds will look to win third game in a row.

The merseysiders defeated Leicester 3-1 away from home and should hold stronger cards at Anfield.

Liverpool ripped Swansea apart 4-1 in their last game with Lallana hitting a brace. The front trio of Coutinho, Sterling and Lallana are tormenting defenses lately and the new system is working well for Rodgers.

Expect two changes to be made in the starting XI that played against Swansea with captain Gerrard returning in place of Manquillo.

The Spaniard’s place on the right will be taken by Henderson making way for Gerrard in central midfield alongside Lucas Leiva.

On the other hand, Skrtel is suspended for the game against Leicester after getting booked in the last fixture and Toure should take his place in the defense.

Here is Liverpool’s strongest XI to face Leicester.

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One Response to Two Changes – Liverpool’s Strongest XI to face Leicester

  1. IAN says:

    If that is what is called Liverpool’s strongest XI, then the Webster’s dictionary needs to redefine its term strong. Yes, great, Liverpool went 2-0 up, but if you gift two goals away then what is the point! Shown up and embarrassed by the team sitting at the bottom of the league. That is not Champions League quality, that is a mid-table performance while looking over your shoulder at the bottom end of the table. You can put in a 4-1 winning performance against Swansea, but cannot see a 2-0 lead through to the end, at home, against bottom of the table Leicester? The team is “at sea” with its “head in the clouds” and a manager at the helm helping and watching it sink! Rodgers, its time to go!