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Full-time: Liverpool 4-1 Leicester City

One final change for Liverpool, Mane's fine afternoon is done with Alberto Moreno replacing him.

Liverpool pick Leicester off on the counter attack and score a fourth. Henderson knocks the ball up to Mane who breaks over the half way line with Schmeichel racing out of goal to try and beat him to the ball. He doesn't manage it. With an empty goal in front of him, the former Southampton man unselfishly rolls the ball to Firmino who slots into an empty net.

Goal! Liverpool 4-1 Leicester City (Roberto Firmino, 88)

Mane denied! Liverpool have been sublime at times today and that was another fine move that deserved a goal. Looking for his second, Mane darts across his man and into thesix yard area but Schmeichel is out to make a great block.

Mignolet has been in the wars today. After getting a whack in the face earlier this half, he is now sporting a cut above his right eye after clashing with Huth. There's a brief stop in the game as he gets patched up.

What a chance for Liverpool to end this. It;s another superb Liverpool move that frees Coutinho down the inside left. He neatly cuts it back to Henderson who is breaking into the box but he hammers a wild effort over the bar.

Two changes for Liverpool Coutinho and Stewart replace Sturridge and Wijnaldum. Just over 10 minutes remaining in this match.

Leicester work a corner brilliantly with Mahrez swinging one out to Drinkwater on the edge of the box. One of his teammates cleverly holds off Henderson, giving him the space to hammer a fine volley on goal but a deflection takes it just wide.

Leicester continue to press with Hernandez whipping a cross into the box. Ulloa does well to meet it and nod towards the far corner but it just doesn't have the pace on it to beat Mignolet.

Leicester are still battling here. Ulloa has come onto replace Albrighton and the forward combines neatly with Fuchs down the left, sneaking his way up the byline but his cross into the box is hacked away.

What a chance for Vardy! Mahrez slides a splended ball through for his teammate who only as Mignolet to beat, but his effort is blocked by the Liverpool goalkeeper.

Leicester have started the better of the two sides this half but it's Liverpool who get the game's fourth goal! Wijnaldum holds the ball on the edge of the box, with options breaking to his left and right. He opts for Lallana to his right and the England international meets his ball with a vicious effort, arrowing it straight into the far corner.

Goal! Liverpool 3-1 Leicester City (Adam Lallana 58)

Musa's first contribution is an effort on goal from 25 yards out that is charged down by Matip. Leicester whip a corner in, but Mignolet deals with it well.

And we are back underway for the second half. Just one change to bring to you, Ahmed Musa is on for Okazaki.

Half-time: Liverpool 2-1 Leicester City

Two minutes of added time to go.

Now it's Leicester's turn to turn on thr style with swish, one-touch passing. A fine move comes to an end when Jordan Henderson clatters into Drinkwater. The Liverpool skipper is booked, and Leicester have a free kick.

Leicester denied by the bar! Hernandez chucks in a tremendous throw in that Mignolet comes running out to claim. He gets nowhere near it and Robert Huth heads towards goal, but his effort bounces off the top of the bar.

Out of nowhere, Leicester pull one back! Mignolet passes out to Lucas who makes a dreadful error in his own box, miscontrolling the ball and allowing Okazaki to nip and pass across goal for Vardy, who hammers into an empty net.

Goal! Liverpool 2-1 Leicester (Jamie Vardy, 37)

Liverpool spring forward on the counter again with Clyne bursting down the right. He finds Sturridge who cuts inside shaping to shoot. He instead lays it off to Wijnaldum on the edge of the D who sweeps one on goal, but it sails over the bar.

Leicester's woes continue; Danny Simpson has been forced off clutching his hamstring. Luis Hernandez is onto replace him.

This is wonderful stuff from Liverpool. Leicester don't have an answer to the home side's slick, one-touch passing and they again cut through at ease with Sturridge brilliantly teeing up Mane with a cute back heel before the former Southampton man dinks the ball over Schmeichel.

Goal! Liverpool 2-0 Leicester (Sadio Mane, 30)

Leicester are passing circles around the Foxes at the moment and Amartey is booked as he arrives late on Wijnaldum, flooring the Dutchman.

Daniel Sturridge denied! It's another fine move from Liverpool that sees Adam Lallana and Mane exchange neat one twos before the latter threads a ball through for the England striker coming in from the left. He doesn't have a lot of the goal to aim for and Schmeichel is out quickly to make the block.

Vardy wins a header and knocks it on to Mahrez, who has a lot of space down the right to run into. Henderson comes across to put pressure on last season's player of the year and deflects his cross out for a corner.

Liverpool have the lead! Milner breaks forward down the left and threads a decent ball into Firmino. He darts inside past Amartey, opening up the space for the shot just inside the box and brilliantly slots past the Leicester goalkeeper. A fine Liverpool goal, but very slack defending from the away side.

Goal! Liverpool 1-0 Leicester City (Roberto Firmino, 12)

Firmino drives forward through the middle, cutting across his marker. Mane makes a fine darting run off to his left but the Brazilian instead opts to take the shot on but it's a tame effort that is easy work for Schmeichel.

Leicester again go long, with Mahrez getting the jump on Lucas and knocking it onto Vardy but Mignolet scampers out to mop up.

Leicester have started brightly and look to go route one, launching a ball forward for Vardy to run onto. Lucas just about cuts it out of his path but only as far as Mahrez, whose shot on goal is high and wide.

And Leicester get us started at Anfield, attacking the Kop.

Almost time for kick-off at Anfield, both teams are making their way out onto the pitch at Anfield.

Just half an hour until kick off at Anfield. Full-time whistles have been blown up and down the country and in the Premier League, Arsenal have rescued all three points thanks to a late winner from Santi Cazorla from the penalty spot. Tottenham meanwhile have cruised to a 4-0 win over Stoke City. Catch up on all the day's Premier League action here.

Claudio Ranieri has explained Islam Slimani's absence today.

In case you are wondering why Dejan Lovren isn't in the Liverpool squad today...

Liverpool have problems at centre-half. Summer signing Ragner Klavan is only fit enough for the bench today and with Dejan Lovren absent after picking up a head injury on training on Friday, it means Lucas has to drop back to partner Joel Matip, the club's only fit centre half.

Philippe Coutinho is on the bench following the international break while Loris Karius makes the bench having made a swift recovery having undergone hand surgery.

Claudio Ranieri has decided this evening's game is too soon for new signing Islam Slimani, so it's a rather familiar starting XI for Leicester this afternoon.

Leicester team to face Liverpool: Schmeichel, Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Fuchs, Mahrez, Drinkwater, Amartey, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy.

Subs: Hernández, Chilwell, Musa, King, Zieler, Gray, Ulloa

Liverpool team to face Leicester: Mignolet, Clyne, Matip, Lucas, Milner, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Lallana, Mane, Firmino, Sturridge

Subs: Karius, Klavan, Moreno, Stewart, Grujic, Coutinho, Origi

BREAKING: Daniel Sturridge returns to the starting XI. Dejan Lovren misses out after picking up a knock in training; Lucas slots in at centre-half alongside Joel Matip.

BREAKING: There will be no debut for Islam Slimani today, he doesn't make the Leicester squad. Kasper Schmeichel returns in goal.

In this afternoon's 3pm kick offs, Tottenham have just gone 3-0 up at Stoke City with Dele Alli adding to a brace from Son Heung min. Arsenal meanwhile are being held at home by Southampton while Watford have come from 2-0 behind to lead at West Ham. Follow all the action here.

Leicester's record signing Slimani was on international duty with Algeria on Sunday in a 6-0 win over Lesotho, a game where his Foxes teammate Riyhad Mahrez stuck twice, but Claudio Ranieri expects him to be ready for the visit of Jurgen Klopp's side.

A lot of my players go around the world without playing but it is good. They recover a little more. Slimani arrives this evening or tomorrow. I didn't see him yet, but he is available for Saturday.

"He could play. We bought him because we believe in his ability. It is important he understands the Premier League. He cost a lot of money but if you see the market it is a crazy market.

When will we see Mamadou Sakho in a red shirt again? The France international had offers to leave Liverpool on loan this summer but opted to remain at the club and try to reclaim his first-team role. After being sent home from the club's summer tour of the US, the 26-year-old has slipped down the pecking order not helped by an achilles injury but Jurgen Klopp insists there is no reason why the centre-half can't force his way back in.

Now it's about making Mama fit after a long time out. Then we will see what happens. He doesn't have to gain my trust. He didn't play for a long time. Then you think how can you get match time?

Team news: Liverpool
Summer signing Loris Karius could make the bench after making a swift recovery having undergone surgery on a broken hand. Emre Can is ruled out however due to an ankle problem while Ragnar Klavan, who joined the Reds over the summer, is also unavailable due to a knee injury and Klopp is still unsure when he will return to action.

Team news: Leicester City
Kasper Schmiechel is fit to return this evening after undergoing a hernia operation which saw him miss Denmark's World Cup qualifying clash with Armenia last Sunday. Islam Slimani is fit and in contention this afternoon but Nampalys Mendy and Jeffrey Schlupp are still nursing injuries.

Premier League champions Leicester have won one, drawn one and lost one so far this season but there's nothing like a record signing to help kickstart a season. Islam Slimani, a deadline day signing from Sporting, is in line to make his debut for the Foxes this evening at Anfield, one of the few places where Claudio Ranieri's side were defeated last season.