The Reds return to the King Power Stadium for the second time in five days, looking to improve on their miserable run of form, having gone four games without a win.
They have so far failed to build on their sensational 4-0 victory over Arsenal, but could another trip to the East Midlands see Klopp’s side back on their way?
Check This Is Anfield for the latest team news ahead of the Reds’ latest clash.
The match kicks off at 5.30pm (BST)—that’s 12.30pm in New York, 9.30am in Los Angeles, 2.30am (Sunday) in Sydney, 7.30pm in Nairobi and 8.30pm in Dubai.
Rest of the World
Supporters can find the Reds’ Premier League clash on the following channels worldwide:
beIN SPORTS CONNECT Arabia, SuperSport 3 Africa, Flow Sports Premier, ESPN2 Argentina, Optus Sport, DAZN Europe, Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique, Watch ESPN Brasil, beIN Sports Connect Thailand, beIN Sports 1 Thailand, Astro Go, Diema Sport 2, Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet World, PPTV Sport China, BesTV, QQ Sports Live, Ssports Live, ESPN2 Colombia, Sky HD, SKY Planeta Futbol, Cytavision Sports 2, Cytavision Sports HD, DIGI Sport 1, Viaplay Denmark, Eurosport Player Denmark, 6’eren, Viasat Football HD, Viaplay Finland, Viasat Sport Premium, Cosmote Sport 1 HD, LeTV Sports Hong Kong, Spiler TV, Hotstar, beIN Sports 1 Indonesia, RCTI, Sky Sport 3 HD Italia, J Sports 4, SportsNavi Live, SBS ESPN Korea, Astro SuperSport 3, SPS HD, Skynet Myanmar, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, TV2 Sport Premium, TV2 Sumo, beIN Sports 1, Sport TV3, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Arabia, 102 (HD) mio Stadium, DIGI Sport 1, SportKlub 1 Slovenia, Viaplay Sweden, Futbol 2, ESPN Dos Venezuela
Keep an eye on This Is Anfield for live coverage throughout the evening.