Liverpool have the chance to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League when they take on Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Reds have won all three of their league contests so far this campaign and are yet to concede a single goal, putting them top of the table on goal difference.
Leicester have also started impressively, winning two from three, but they are distant second favourites for this one, despite having home advantage.
Jamie Vardy remains suspended for the Foxes whilst Liverpool remain without the pair of Dejan Lovren and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain through injury.
When is Leicester vs Liverpool?
The match is on Saturday, 1 September with kick-off at 12.30 at the King Power Stadium.
What TV channel is Leicester vs Liverpool on and is there a live stream?
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live with coverage on the former starting at 12.30pm and the latter at 11.30am.
Sky Sports customers can stream the contest on Sky Go, or if you dont have a subscription you can buy a Now TV Sky Sports Day Pass to stream the match.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Head-to-head in last five meetings
30 Dec 2017 – Liverpool 2-1 Leicester – Premier League (Salah x2)
23 Sep 2017 – Leicester 2-3 Liverpool – Premier League (Okazaki, Vardy) (Salah, Coutinho, Henderson)
19 Sep 2017 – Leicester 2-0 – Liverpool – League Cup (Okazaki, Slimani)
27 Feb 2017 – Leicester 3-1 Liverpool – Premier League (Slimani) (Salah, Coutinho)
10 Sep 2016 – Liverpool 4-1 Leicester – Premier League (Vardy x2, Drinkwater) (Coutinho)