Leicester City vs Liverpool is one of the juiciest contests on the Foxes’ Premier League schedule each and every year and it is one that certainly gets plenty of attention from a number of spectators across the world because of the styles of play that are on show.
The Foxes have become one of the top-flight’s must-watch sides in recent years as they continue to improve with each and every season that goes by, with their famous Premier League title in the 2015/16 campaign setting them on their way, perhaps being spurred on after having a taste of Champions League football.
The King Power Stadium also may have had a say in why Leicester has become a top-quality side, as the 32,313 capacity venue has become an intimidating place for teams to visit; largely in part due to the fans that pack into the stadium and create such a vibrant atmosphere.
Liverpool, of course, needs no introduction as they have been one of football’s most successful clubs ever as they have won almost everything there is to win at club level, including no fewer than 18 top-flight titles.
Previous meetings at the King Power between the two sides have been able to produce a number of goals, although they have not always benefitted the hosts. One such occasion was in 2019 when Liverpool put four past them without reply.
When looking at the fixture historically, it would seem an average of more than three goals a game are scored, therefore providing fans with an action-packed experience when visiting the stadium; although the outcome may not necessarily be welcomed.
A number of superstars have taken part in this fixture over the years, with the likes Jamie Vardy, James Maddison and Riyad Mahrez all having contributed in some form, whereas Liverpool brings the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk to entertain the King Power Stadium crowd.
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Below you can find how the cost of Leicester City vs Liverpool tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Leicester City vs Liverpool ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2020||£680|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2020||£618|
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2019||£697|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2019||£628|
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2018||£509|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2018||£615|
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2017||£540|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2017||£586|
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2016||£648|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2016||£721|
|Leicester City vs Liverpool||Leicester||2015||£494|
|Liverpool vs Leicester City||Liverpool||2015||£595|
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