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Leicester vs Watford Prediction, Preview and Betting Tips

Leicester vs Watford Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

This Saturday, Leicester will host Watford at the King Power Stadium in the fourteenth round of the English Premier League. After a colorful start to the season, both teams will be going all out in order to win all three points.

Leicester are placed tenth at the table with eighteen points from five wins, three draws, and five losses. Currently, they are on a four-game unbeaten streak with three draws and a win. One of those draws came in the week behind us when they faced Brighton. Murray scored for Brighton just fifteen minutes into the match and Vardy managed to equalize ten minutes before the final whistle with a goal from the penalty spot.

Leicester vs Watford Prediction

Watford hold the number nine spot in the league standings with twenty points from six wins, two draws, and five losses. At the moment, they are on a three-game winless streak with two losses and a draw. One of those losses came in the week behind us when they faced Liverpool and were defeated by the result of 0-3. They had a great start to the game and defense was spot-on, neutralizing all the threads. In the second, things stopped working as well as they used to and as a result, Watford conceded three goals. Salah, Firmino, and Alexander-Arnold scored once in order to secure all three points for their quad.

The two teams have a long history between them and in the recent past, they have been equal when facing one another. Out of the previous five games between them, Watford have won two and Leicester have won three. In those matches, the teams averaged 2.4 goals. At the King Power Stadium, against Watford, Leicester have a record of four wins and a draw from the five most recent outings there. Watford have just one away win from the recent matches and it will be really hard for them to grab any points today.

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Missing players

Leicester don't have many missing players for the match against Watford. Matty James and Daniel Amartey are injured and they will not play on this match. Harry Maguire, Rachid Ghezzal and Vicente Iborra are not fully fit and they are doubtful for the match. All other players are available to play.

On the other side Watford also don't have big injury concerns before this game. Adalberto Peñaranda, Tom Cleverley, José Holebas and Daryl Janmaat are not fully fit and they are doubtful for the match. All other players are ready to play.

Possible starting lineups

Leicester: Schmeichel; Chilwell, Evans, Morgan, Pereira; Ndidi, Mendy; Gray, Maddison, Albrighton; Vardy

Watford: Foster; Femenia, Cathcart, Kabasele, Holebas; Doucoure, Capoue; Hughes, Pereyra; Deeney, Deulofeu

Leicester vs Watford Prediction

What a great betting opportunity to place our bets and win a big from Premier League on Saturday. Leicester have won 8 of their last 10 home matches against Watford in all competitions and they are in full of confidence before this game at King Power. The Foxes have scored at least 2 goals in 9 of their last 11 home matches against Watford in all competitions. Both sides play with some oscillating in form and we expect an interesting and exciting game with lots of scoring chances on the both sides. Watford like to play attractive football, but this time they will play very cautious and their main objective for the match will be fast counterattacks.

Our prediction and betting tips for the match Leicester vs Watford Prediction: Leicester to win. We expect from Foxes to score a goal more on this match and our second betting pick for the match is Both teams to score. Also we expect to see more then three goals and will try to win a big with bet on correct score 3-2. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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