Liverpool take action to safeguard Leicester clash from adverse weather

September 13, 2019 posted by


  Liverpool are confident their crucial Premier League clash with Leicester City will go ahead on Wednesday night despite weather warnings across the UK   Commuters in western and northern parts of the country were facing travel chaos due to snow and black ice , while the Met Office issued a yellow warning through to Friday  On Wednesday morning runways at both Liverpool and Manchester airports were closed temporarily as crews cleared snow  But the Premier League leaders do not expect the adverse weather to impact on the visit of the Foxes  The Anfield pitch is heated meaning the surface will remain playable regardless of snowfall Read More Liverpool predicted line-up vs Leicester as Jurgen Klopp handed big boost    Liverpool council could intervene if they deem the walkways inside and around the stadium to be too treacherous for supporters, but it is understood the club have taken the precaution of gritting those areas  Club legend Michael Owen is adamant the wintry weather will not stop him getting to Anfield for the game   Jurgen Klopp’s side will stretch their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points with victory over Leicester , following Manchester City’s defeat to Newcastle on Tuesday night  Virgil Van Dijk and Gini Wijnaldum are both expected to start at Anfield but Klopp has concerns at right-back, with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez and James Milner all unavailable  Summer signing Fabinho – who started his career as a full-back – could come in.

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