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Its been a difficult period for the Reds, and there is now significant pressure building on manager Brendan Rogers as we enter the Festive period, and with the Reds failing to capture their form of last season, the trip to bottom side Leicester could be a potential banana skin.
With Daniel Sturridge out until the new year, and Mario Balotelli struggling with a hamstring injury, options up front are certainly limited, with the pressure falling on Rickie Lambert to bag the goals.
It could be a difficult game for the Kop faithful, and realistically both sides would take a draw considering their positions at the moment.
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Elsewhere, Manchester United will go in search of their fourth successive win when they take on Stoke at Old Trafford tonight.
The Red Devils appear to have finally found their feet after a sluggish start to the season and will enter the midweek fixtures fourth in the table, four points behind Southampton.
Wins over Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Hull have lifted the cloud that surrounded the club. Louis Van Gaal’s methods appearing to be sinking in and the club have lost just one of their last five.
Last time out goals from Chris Smalling, Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie helped the club to a comfortable 3-0 win over an out of sorts Hull.
The goal from Van Persie in particular will have pleased Van Gaal. The Dutch forward has come under criticism at times this season for his performances, but according to his manger there is more to come from his star forward.
“Every striker needs a goal, when you don’t score in the last two or three matches, you need a goal,” Van Gaal said.
“I’m very pleased and happy for him but I’m sure that he can play better than today [Saturday].”
Van Persie will once again lead the line on Tuesday with doubts over Rooney. The England forward does appear to be on course to feature however although the same cannot be said of Angel Di Maria.
The Argentine winger limped off against Hull and is set to miss out.
Stoke for their part will be without Steve Sidwell (knee) and Glenn Whelan (calf) for the trip to Manchester although Phil Bardsley, a former Red Devil, is set to return after missing the defeat to Liverpool.
That 1-0 loss was the club’s third in their last five and they will head into the clash 12th in the table, just four points off the relegation zone.