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Liverpool vs Leicester: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream, referee and team news

Liverpool vs Leicester: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream, referee and team news

Liverpool host Leicester in the Premier League on Friday night.

Brendan Rodgers will come up against one of his former clubs when Leicester City travel to face Liverpool at Anfield on Friday night.

The Foxes will be hoping to bounce back from a disappointing 3-0 defeat to Newcastle in their first Premier League match after the winter break.

Liverpool, meanwhile, will look to extend their winning run to four games.

They beat Aston Villa 3-1 on Boxing Day to record a third successive league win for the first time this season.

Jurgen Klopp's side remain sixth in the Premier League but are now only five points off the top four, having played one game less than fourth-place Tottenham.

Leicester are currently 13th but could end the week as low as 17th if results go against them.

How can I watch Liverpool vs Leicester? What channel is it on?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Pre-match coverage starts at 7pm UK time with the game scheduled to kick-off at 8pm UK time.

Is there a live stream?

Sky customers can stream the match via the Sky Go app, which can be downloaded on tablet or mobile devices.

Non-Sky customers can also stream the game by purchasing either a day or monthly membership to NOW TV.

Who is the referee for Liverpool vs Leicester?

Craig Pawson has been appointed as the referee for Friday's match at Anfield.

Marc Perry and Scott Ledger will act as his assistants, with Andy Madley as the fourth official.

Paul Tierney will be on VAR duties.

Liverpool vs Leicester team news

Liverpool are without long-term injury absentees Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz and Arthur Melo, while new signing Cody Gakpo is not eligible to play until he officially completes his move on January 1.

Roberto Firmino, Curtis Jones and James Milner are also set to miss the match but Ibrahima Konate is in contention after returning to the club following his involvement in the World Cup final.

Leicester are expected to be without several key players, including England international James Maddison – who remains sidelined with a knee injury.

Ricardo Pereira, James Justin and Jonny Evans are also unavailable, while Dennis Praet is a major doubt after picking up a hip injury in the Boxing Day defeat to Newcastle.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Liverpool, Leicester City, Football, Premier League