The Whites suffered a demoralising 5-1 defeat at the hands of Crystal Palace last Sunday in a big blow to their hopes of Premier League survival.
Such a thrashing looked very unlikely after the hosts’ first-half dominance saw Patrick Bamford registering his 50th goal for the club.
However, Palace roared back in the game after conceding an early goal, with Marc Guehi scoring the equaliser on the stroke of half-time.
In a completely one-sided second half, the visitors pounded their opponents with four more goals with Jordan Ayew bagging a brace while Eberechi Eze and Odsonne Edouard also earned their names on the scoresheet.
The latest defeat leaves Javi Gracia’s side just two points off the drop zone in 16th spot in the table.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are also enduring a tough period with the Merseyside outfit winless in their previous five matches in all competitions.
The Reds made a poor start to the match as they conceded two goals within the first 30 minutes.
But Mohamed Salah’s strike just before the break got his side back in the game.
The Egyptian star had the brilliant opportunity to restore parity early in the second-half when the Reds were awarded a spot-kick after Rob Holding tripped Diogo Jota in the box.
But Salah failed to convert his spot-kick as he sent his penalty wide of the post.
Liverpool still kept up a huge pressure on the Gunners and were only kept at bay due to Aaron Ramsdale’s brilliance between the sticks.
However, Roberto Firmino finally found the back of the net with a superb header late in the game as the Reds secured a 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Leeds boss Javi Gracia will not be able to call upon the services of Stuart Dallas and Tyler Adams as they are both nursing injuries at the moment.
However, Maximilian Wober has returned to training and could be involved in Monday’s clash in latest Leeds United news.
As for Liverpool, Stefan Bajcetic, Naby Keita and Calvin Ramsay will all sit out the Elland Road match due to injury issues. But Luis Diaz has recovered from his knee injury and could be part of the matchday squad.
Leeds United vs Liverpool potential line-ups
Leeds United: Meslier; Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Firpo; McKennie, Roca; Harrison, Rodrigo, Gnonto; Bamford
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago; Salah, Gakpo, Nunez
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Leeds United vs Liverpool prediction
Confidence in Liverpool camp is expected to be low on the back of their disappointing results in recent weeks.
However, considering the squad quality of the two sides, we believe the Reds to win Monday’s clash at Elland Road.
Leeds United 1-2 Liverpool
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