Betting Special: Liverpool 7/1 to beat Leicester City

Jurgen Klopp's men are odds on favourites to pick up three Premier League points but new Paddy Power customers can take a huge quote of 7/1 (8.0)

Once again the eyes of the footballing world have been focused on events at Leicester City over the past few days. Just months after winning the Premier League title, the club sacked Claudio Ranieri after a string of dismal domestic performances which now see the Foxes come into their clash with Liverpool inside the relegation zone.

With just one point and zero league goals scored in 2017, something had to change for the faltering champions and Craig Shakespeare will take charge of the hosts as Jurgen Klopp brings his side to the East Midlands off the back of an impressive 2-0 win over Tottenham last time out.

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That victory was a vital one for the Reds, who had also struggled for consistency since the turn of the year and they're just 4/6 (1.67) to inflict what would be a sixth consecutive Premier League defeat on Leicester.

New Paddy Power customers though, can take a huge enhanced price on an away win when opening an account online. Simply register using the link provided, back Liverpool at the usual price shown on site and if Klopp's men come out on top, the returns will be topped up to 7/1 (8.0). Winnings paid as free bets. T&C's apply.

Earlier this season, the champions were categorically beaten by the Merseyside club at Anfield. That 4-1 win will no doubt be a blueprint for Monday's visitors, with their high-intensity, pressing style likely to be in full flow after a two week break since their previous match against Spurs.


The Foxes' problems might stem from a lack of potency up front but their defensive woes are just as prominent. It's now been 10 matches since Leicester managed to keep a clean sheet and with the departure of Ranieri dominating the headlines in the run up to this match, any distractions within the squad will surely be punished by Klopp's side.

While backing the visitors at 4/6 (1.67) might not be too attractive to some punters, the opportunity to oppose the team bottom of the form table at a massive 7/1 (8.0) is bound to catch the eye and should prove popular with those yet to register with Paddy Power.

Liverpool to win at 7/1 (8.0) for new Paddy Power customers

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