Leicester vs Sunderland by GlacialSpirit
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The hosts improved tremendously after Craig Shakespeare replaced Claudio Ranieri. The team looked like it could well fall into the relegation zone but after the change in management things made a sharp turn. Their first match without Ranieri saw them beat Liverpool 3-1 at home, followed that with an identical win against Hull then they turned around their Champions League first leg deficit against Sevilla with a 2-0 win. This followed by a 3-2 victory away to West Ham and a 2-0 win against Stoke at home making it 5 wins in a row. Vardy scored last time against Stoke and before that he also found the net against England. He looks in form and backing him to score looks viable.
Sunderland are right in the bottom of the League. They look destined at the moment for Championship football unless something is massively improved. With 20 points 7 away from safety zone they are nowhere near it at the moment. The team looks just incapable of creating and converting chances failing to score in 7 out of their last 8 games. Things aren’t looking rosy for the Sunderland adding the fact that 6 players are injured and probably none of them will feature on Tuesday.
Leicester are definitely on for of late while Sunderland are on the polar opposite. With Leicester scoring at least 2 goals in their last 5 games I can’t see them missing the net against Sunderland. Currently home win is prized at 1.57 in bet365 but it may well fall closer to the game. My pick here is Leicester City -1AH for 1.95 in bet365. Good Luck!
|Leicester -1 AH||Bet365||1.95||8||2-0 WON (+7.6 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.