Published: Tue, February 28, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Henderson out of Leicester and doubt for Arsenal

Liverpool have already conceded three goals in matches against Crystal Palace, Southampton, Watford, Sevilla, Dortmund, Arsenal (twice) and Swansea (also twice) since Klopp became manager, as well as shipping four at Bournemouth and Norwich.

Now Liverpool face Leicester City on Monday night and the Brazilian says they will need a repeat of their blistering performance against Tottenham, telling, "It was a very hard and very important game, and we won".

After all, just look at Leicester sacking Claudio Ranieri last Thursday, nine months after he oversaw them winning the title!

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Emre Can and Lucas Leiva are in contention to replace Henderson at Leicester, although the Brazilian may again be required in central defence with Dejan Lovren recovering from a knee problem. The Reds got back to winning ways with a comfortable 2-0 win over Tottenham at Anfield a fortnight ago.

Leicester are gash this season but it's still the same team that won the Premier League, and in a one-off game, the Foxes are capable of beating any team in the league (as they proved last year). Jurgen Klopp's team trained indoors after Storm Doris gave Melwood a battering. "There are very good players there, so it's sure to be a hard game". And that's what we're going to continue to try to do. "For me it was clear we had to try everything to keep a player like him".

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