Leicester vs Everton by Pacifier

Leicester appointed Claude Puel as he is being charged with getting the team further up the table. Leicester have not been that bad when you consider their four defeats this season have come against Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea. Their remaining five games have been two wins and three draws and that makes the sacking of Craig Shakespeare even more appalling. They have now won back to back games and will seek to make it a third against a poor Everton side. Matty James and Robert Huth are both unavailable while Adrien Silva is out until January. Jamie Vardy will lead the forward line with the hardworking Okazaki behind him. They will be supported by Albrighton, Iborra, Ndidi and Mahrez in a usual 4-4-1-1 formation. Slimani and Iheanacho will offer attacking threats from the bench if needed.


Everton had high hopes this season especially with their summer foray of 150 million pounds spent on new players. Some fans might have expected a top six finish at least but those hopes are way down the drain now and they will do well with a top half finish. They are currently in 18th place though with eight points from nine games. They picked up four points from their opening two league games and have won just four points over the next seven games. They have a good squad but the absence of a recognised out and out striker have hurt them and they must wish they had not sold Lukaku to United as he would have provided them with goals. Rooney has been used in that striking position and even though he is past his best in that position, he has chipped in with four goals to help the team and he should once again be the focal point here. Idrissa Gueye is suspended for this game and Schneiderlin is a doubt with Ross Barkley, Seamus Coleman, Yannick Bolasie, Fumes Mori all long term absentees.


This fixture has traditionally produced goals as eight of the last ten has seen over two goals scored and nine of ten seeing both teams getting on the scoresheet. With both teams needing points so much, they should both push for goals here and with neither looking defensively sound this term, I reckon we should see goals from both teams, but I think both side will push for a winner here and either team might well end up victorious. At good odds, I take the quote on both teams scoring and over 2.5 goals currently priced at 2.20, a selection that would have paid out in eight of the last ten meetings between both teams.


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Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Over 2.5 & BTTS- Yes Bet365 2.20 8 2-0 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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