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Leicester City VS Everton, home unstoppable to win

ENG PRLeicester City VS Everton, home unstoppable to win

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Posted Sun, 01 Dec 2019 09:09:18 GMT        

Match Time:12/2/2019 00:30 Monday(GMT+8)

English Premier League -- Leicester City VS Everton

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Leicester City: Unstoppable ( Recent Form: W W W W W )

Leicester City normally fails to compete for an entire season with the top teams of the Premier League. Nevertheless, The Foxes managed to compete with Manchester City and Liverpool during the first thirteen rounds, although the latter team has already built up a considerable lead over the Leicester City of Brendan Rodgers. It is certain that The Foxes are busy with an excellent season in the Premier League. It is not without reason that the counter is already at 29 points after thirteen games. For comparison: Leicester City took a total of 52 points in 38 games last season. Currently, The Foxes have long gone over half that score, while Leicester City has only played thirteen games. The last five matches, Leicester City earned 15 points in total in the Premier League. For the last point loss of The Foxes in competition, we have to go back almost two months in time - on October 5, Leicester City went down 2-1 on a visit to list leader Liverpool. So for Leicester City there will be a home game with Everton on Sunday and Watford will be guest at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday evening. Looking purely at the rankings - both teams dangling at the bottom - the two home games Leicester City must still yield six points.

 

Everton: Silva is under pressure ( Recent Form: L W D W L )

It's a crisis at Everton. Silva's team is far too low in the Premier League and the Portuguese know that if he doesn't get better results with The Toffees in the coming weeks, the story may well be over. In any case, it is quite striking that Silva is still responsible for Everton, certainly because The Toffees have underperformed from the first round of play. The only bright spot for Everton is that the club is not yet under the red line, but everything is said with that. Everton is playing an away game at Leicester City on Sunday and the Merseyside Derby is on the program again on Wednesday evening. Everton then plays at league-leader Liverpool and if The Toffees lose both games this week, I can hardly imagine that Silva will still be on the bench at Everton next week. If so, then matches for Chelsea and Manchester United will follow for Everton. In short: the program in the coming weeks is so difficult for The Toffees that it is not inconceivable that Silva will again lose a number of games and then be fired by the club.

 

THE BETTING VERDICT:

After all, in the last 10 appearances, the foxes only lost 1 match against Liverpool players, the rest are 9 extremely impressive wins. With such a high performance, it is certainly not difficult to bring all 3 points in the next match against Everton. Facing a home team with a good performance and performance, Leicester is a very difficult challenge for Everton players. The opportunity for the visitors to be able to bring back the score in this match, even if only a few points are extremely fragile.

 

Leicester City - Everton

Pick:Leicester City -0.75

Leicester City VS Everton, home unstoppable to win

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