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Leicester City predicted line-up vs. Liverpool-Carabao Cup

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Leicester City travel to Anfield to face Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.

Former Liverpool boss Rodgers had Premier League games against Tottenham and Everton postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak within the camp last week.

All the same, the Leicester side have reopened their Seagraves base in time, on paper to take a trip to a venue they’ve not triumphed on for 21 years.

Here’s the eleven Brendan Rodgers may select to break that run for a place in the semi-final.

  1. Goalkeeper

Kasper Schmeichel (GK) – Leicester’s number one goalie has gone ten without keeping a clean sheet against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

  1. Defender

Timothy Castagne (RB) – So convincing was Leicester’s win over Newcastle United in their last outing. Castagne could share a smile with his goalkeeper after he almost scored a funny own goal.

Jonny Evans (CB) – The Club captain lasted just six minutes against the Magpies but due to repeated (match) cancellations, he may be offered enough game time here against Liverpool.

Caglar Soyuncu (CB) – With a raft of injuries (and supposed illness) cruelly facing on Leicester’s reguard, Soyuncu may also make a rapid recovery from a hamstring injury in his side most recent match.

Luke Thomas (LB) – The 20 years old full back wasn’t yet born the last time Leicester City picked up a win at Merseyside Arena, Anfield.

  1. Midfielders

Wilfred Ndidi (CM) – No club has ever forced Leicester’s defensive midfield into more yellow cards than Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool (four total).

Youri Tielemans (CM) – In the best scoring form of his career to date (averaging a goal every 213 Premier League minutes). And he would be the major hope for the Foxes in this Liverpool duel.

Kiernan Dewsbury – Hall (AM) – He may sound like the venue of a second tier Royal wedding.

But Leicester’s academy product has gradually wormed his way into the first team, thus starting the last three match for the Foxes.

  1. 4. Forwards

James Maddison (RW) – With eight straight goal contributions (four goals and four assists) in his last six matches, Leicester’s punctuated fixture list may have come at the wrong time for the in-form star.

Jamie Vardy (ST) – After a run of seven goals in his first seven games against Liverpool, Vardy’s only strike in the immediate five meetings came in the last match against the Anfield side.

Harvey Barnes (LW) – No Leicester player has had more shots on target than Barnes – only a pair of midfielders have scored more goals than the less fortunate Leicester talent Harvey Barnes.

This article was updated 1 year ago



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