English League Preview, Live TV Info & Prediction Liverpool vs Leeds United: Don't Buy Up for the Big Four

Liverpool vs Leeds

Liverpool vs Leeds
Liverpool vs Leeds
Premier League - Round 32
Tuesday, April 20 2021
12:30 midnight Indian time
Elland Road

Match Finished

Liverpool | 1 - 1 | Leeds United

Liverpool XI:  
Milner, Wijnaldum, Thiago, Alisson, Firmino, Mane, Fabinho, Robertson, Jota, Alexander-Arnold, O. Kabak
Leeds XI: 
Ayling, S. Dallas, Hélder Costa, E. Alioski, P. Bamford, D.Llorente, T. Roberts, K. Phillips, J. Harrison, P. Struijk, Illan Meslier
Match Preview
Liverpool will travel to Leeds United's headquarters in Week 32 of the Premier League 2020/2021, Tuesday (20/4/2021). The Reds have no choice but to win in order to maintain a chance to penetrate the Champions League zone.

In the middle of last week, Liverpool only drew 0-0 to host Real Madrid in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals and had to be eliminated. After losing 1-3 in Spain in the first leg, Jurgen Klopp's troops had to be willing to be eliminated.

However, Liverpool's performance in the Premier League is still quite promising. They have always won in their last three matches, namely 1-0 over Wolverhampton, 3-0 over Arsenal, and 2-1 over Aston Villa.

Even so, Leeds, who was beaten by Liverpool 3-4 in the first meeting of the season, also cannot be underestimated. Finally, Marcelo Bielsa's boys won a surprise 2-1 victory through a pair of goals from Stuart Dallas at the headquarters of leaders Manchester City. They even played with ten men since defender and captain Liam Cooper was red-carded late in the first half.

Just like Liverpool, Leeds have always won in their last three matches in the Premier League.

Leeds are currently in 10th place with 45 points from 31 matches. Meanwhile, Liverpool is ranked 6th with 52 points. Liverpool is only three points adrift of the top four, but their rivals have been more consistent than them.

Liverpool must not slip if they want to maintain their chance to finish in the top four. Leeds they need to beat. Can the Reds do it?

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