That first international break is cruel. Just as we’re all getting used to having the league back, it’s taken away again. After a busy break for the Foxes’ internationals they’re now back and Leicester City have the interesting challenge of ahead of them in Liverpool, one of just two teams to beat them last year.
I’m still not really sure what to expect of Liverpool under Klopp. They’re clearly building for the future, but the expectations are high already. Add in their first home game of the season in front of a crowd 8,000 stronger than last year. Check out our full game preview here.
They're still good, but it's now another season. It's our first home game and with 8,000 more in the stadium - that's more power and we should use this - Jurgen Klopp
We are a very strong team. We didn't win the title because we are lucky. We won because we were better than the others. We must be confident - Claudio Ranieri
Check out below for how to watch today’s Leicester vs Liverpool clash, along with team news and lineups when they come
Location: Anfield, Liverpool, England
Kick-off time: 17:30 PM GMT, 12:30 PM Eastern, 09:30 AM Pacific
Available TV: BTSport (UK), NBCSN (US), TSN (Canada)
Available streaming: BT Sport Live Streaming (UK), NBC Sports Live (USA).
For full international listings see LiveSoccerTV.com
Leicester City Team News
Kasper Schmeichel will be available despite coming off injured against Swansea, but Schlupp and Mendy are not yet ready to come back into the side. Deadline day record signing Islam Sliming should be available for selection.
Shinji Okazaki will be there but you might not recognise him.
On our way to Liverpool. On board with @okazakiofficial. Yes it's him! #LivLei #whatatrim pic.twitter.com/9AXTRjDlkD— Christian Fuchs (@FuchsOfficial) September 9, 2016
Liverpool Team News
Emre Can and Ragnar Klavan will miss the game for Liverpool, while Sadio Mané will play after an injury scare over the break. Loris Karius is back in training but not expected to make his debut today.
Enjoy the game and feel free to add your comments below.
@premierleague football is back this weekend! Next stop, Liverpool - https://t.co/gAk72ohmbJ #LivLei pic.twitter.com/6qXsMM6GbE— Leicester City (@LCFC) September 8, 2016