Leeds United are looking to keep pulling away from the dreaded relegation zone when they host Liverpool on Monday night.
Leeds are currently in 16th place with 29 points after suffering a humiliating 5-1 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace last time out.
Liverpool on the other hand have not win in five games and are in 8th place with 44 points.
Leeds retain a narrow buffer over the relegation places in 16th spot, albeit just two points clear of Nottingham Forest.
Jurgen Klopp’s only home defeat in the league this term came against Leeds in dramatic fashion in October, going down 2-1.
Leeds have conceded 10 goals in their three EPL games in April – the worst defensive record of any team in the competition during this period.
The hosts have not beaten Liverpool at home in the league since 2000/01, where Mark Viduka single-handedly crushed them with four goals in a 4-3 spectacular.
Can the Reds snap their poor winless streak and bounce back with a win here to preserve their good record away at Leeds?
What time does Leeds vs Liverpool start?
The game kicks off at 10pm Kenyan time at Elland Road.
Leeds vs Liverpool team news
The home team are still without Stuart Dallas and Tyler Adams who are recovering from thigh injuries.
Wilfried Gnonto will certainly be called to feature in the starting XI alongside Jack Harrison and Rodrigo in the attacking third.
Patrick Bamford got the lone goal last time out and will start up front.
For the visitors, Luis Diaz is expected on the bench after a long period on the sidelines through injury.
Thiago Alcantara also returned from injury and will get his first start in months in the midfield, alongside Jordan Henderson and Fabinho.
Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo will be the attacking trio up front.
Leeds vs Liverpool head to head
Liverpool have a good historical record against their opponents and have won 62 out of the 122 matches played between the two teams, as opposed to Leeds 29 wins.
Leeds vs Liverpool current form
The hosts have won twice, lost twice and shared the spoils in one from their recent run of five matches, while Liverpool are without a win – losing 3 times in the process.
Leeds vs Liverpool prediction
There’s a point to prove for both teams in this match and it is set to be evenly poised. Both are set to score and a draw could be the most likely outcome.