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[[[SPORT-]+]] Liverpool vs Leicester live 27 September 2023

While a Premier League title challenge could yet come of the campaign, the cups offer a major chance to win silverware. Here, Liverpool. com has picked out all of the information that you need to know, including the kick-off time, TV details, highlights and early team news. What time is kick-off? The match kicks off at 7. 45pm in the UK (11. 45am west coast and 2. 45pm east coast in the US). Liverpool vs Leicester City » Predictions, Odds, Live Scores & StreamsLiverpool host Leicester City in a League Cup game, which is certain to entertain all Football fans. The event will take place on 27/09/2023 at 18:45 UTC. Oddspedia provides Liverpool and Leicester City betting odds from 41 betting sites on 41 markets. Currently. bookmakers place Liverpool as favourites to win the game at @ 1. 3. Also, you can check the recent form of Liverpool and Leicester City along with standings and head-to-head statistics on this page. You can follow all the updates and read the analysis on Liverpool. com and you can also follow along live on our social channels including on Twitter and Facebook, and catch the post-match press conferences on the Blood Red YouTube channel. Early team news Trent Alexander-Arnold is back in team training but will not be involved here. Pep Lijnders was keen to talk up how sharp he looked in training on Tuesday during his press conference, but said he will return to face Spurs. Thiago, meanwhile, is still on the recovery trail. "He is in a good way, " Lijnders told Liverpool's official website just before the press conference began. "The healing process is going well so that's the most important [thing] at the moment. In keeping with last week's Europa League opener, Liverpool are expected to name a strong side for the League Cup with Harvey Elliott, Cody Gakpo, Diogo Jota and Ryan Gravenberch all pressing for a start, but the Reds will, in fact, be without both Trent Alexander-Arnold and Thiago Alcantara with the pair not yet having recovered from their respective hamstring and hip issues. If you are not fortunate enough to be at Anfield on Wednesday night, here are all the details of how you can follow the start of Liverpool's League Cup journey. READ MORE: Liverpool strongest XI is now obvious after two signings and Darwin Nunez change READ MORE: Liverpool full squad for Leicester City as two stars miss out with changes expected What time is Liverpool vs Leicester City? The League Cup tie against between Liverpool and Leicester City kicks off at 7:45pm on Wednesday, September 24. Is Liverpool vs Leicester City on TV? Kick-off time and live streamLiverpool's strenuous schedule continues on Wednesday evening as they welcome Leicester City to Anfield in the League Cup third round. The two sides meet in the competition for the first time since the Reds' dramatic penalty quarter-final shoot-out victory over the Foxes back in December 2021. However, Wednesday sees a different introduction to the competition for the Midlanders, who were relegated from the Premier League in May and are currently enjoying life in the Championship. Although, not a competitive game, Liverpool came out victorious when the two sides met in Singapore this summer, with Ben Doak and Bobby Clark among the scorers as the Reds ran out 4-0 winners. Liverpool also beat Leicester on penalties on the way to their most recent Carabao Cup title in 2022. How to watch Liverpool vs Leicester Frustratingly for UK viewers, the game unfortunately won't be televised. com channels, including pre-match build-up and post-match analysis from Anfield. You can follow us in all the usual places. The draw for the next round of the competition will take place after Liverpool's game (and the rest of Wednesday's ties) have finished. Those ties will take place on October 31 and November 1. Where can I catch the highlights? The highlights will be available on Sky Sports' YouTube channel post-match, along with the highlights from the rest of the matches that are taking place as well. How to watch Liverpool vs Leicester City on TV - Anfield WatchLiverpool host Championship leaders Leicester City in the Carabao Cup third round on Wednesday evening. The match marks the first competitive meeting between the two teams since the Foxes' relegation to the Championship at the end of 2022/23. Both sides come into the game at Anfield in good form, with Enzo Maresca's side the early pace-setters in England's second tier. Leicester have won seven from eight in the Championship so far, sitting in first on goal difference. Liverpool, of course, remain unbeaten in this season's Premier League and are behind only Manchester City in the table, with the opening day draw at Chelsea representing the Reds' only dropped points to date. READ MORE: Liverpool vs Leicester – Match Preview Jurgen Klopp's side have a fine recent record against the Foxes, having won seven of the last ten encounters. It is one of several third round ties to take place that evening. Is Liverpool vs Leicester City on TV? Liverpool vs Leicester City has not been selected for broadcast in the UK and will therefore not be shown on TV. ITV 1 will be hosting a Carabao Cup highlights show at 12. 05am on Thursday morning, which will be available to stream on ITVX. Highlights and a full match replay will also be available for subscribers of LFCTV GO from midnight BST on Wednesday. How can you follow Liverpool vs Leicester City? You will be able to follow a live commentary stream of all the events from Anfield in our match blog, which will be available at the top of the Liverpool section on the ECHO website. Paul Gorst, Theo Squires, Stephen Killen and myself will be at Anfield this evening to provide all the pre-match build-up and post-match reaction. What is the early Liverpool vs Leicester City team news? As mentioned above, Liverpool will be without Alexander-Arnold and Thiago, with the former only making a partial return to team training on Monday afternoon. Liverpool, facing Spurs at the weekend, is expected to rotate its line-up, but the Foxes could do likewise. Their priority is to make an immediate return to the top flight this season and Maresca will not be judged on whether or not he progresses in the Carabao Cup having been handed a tough draw. READ MORE: Liverpool faces Mohamed Salah 'Groundhog Day' and he's already explained what he wants READ MORE: Pep Lijnders has unleashed Liverpool star with 'pure intuition' as Jürgen Klopp has new talisman For Liverpool, the domestic cups should be a priority with a couple of decent draws meaning that the Reds can really enhance their season. Liverpool last played at Anfield on Sunday, beating West Ham 3-1 thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah, Darwin Núñez and Diogo Jota. Leicester, now in the Championship, beat Bristol City 1-0 thanks to a Jamie Vardy penalty on Saturday. Enzo Maresca's men are currently top of the second division on goal difference, level on points with Ipswich Town. Is the match on TV? The game is not being shown in the UK as Sky Sports has selected to televise Newcastle United vs Manchester City instead and only picks one game per night for this competition. Manchester United vs Crystal Palace was shown on Tuesday. In the US, the Liverpool match will be available to stream on ESPN+ meaning that it will be shown but only via that service. How else can I follow the game? We will have all of the coverage you need across all the Liverpool. Liverpool vs Leicester City Live Carabao Cup. Liverpool. vs. Leicester City. imgalt. Live Stream. imgalt. Match Live. Live. Highlights. Odds. Commentary. stats. Lineups.


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