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Brighton vs Nottingham Forest

The midweek games in the Premier League begin with a double bill on Tuesday evening and the first of those games is the 7:30pm BST start between Brighton and Nottingham Forest from the Amex Stadium. It's reasonable to say that both teams are in a poor run of form right now and a loss here could be potentially terminal for their hopes of hitting expectations for this season.

Brighton suffered another loss under Roberto De Zerbi on the weekend in a 2-0 defeat away to Brentford. That's now made it 3 league games without a win since De Zerbi was appointed and the team have dropped down to 7th place in the league table. The Seagulls have only lost 1 of their 4 home league games but it remains to be seen how they will perform in front of their own fans under De Zerbi with their only home game under his management ending in a narrow 1-0 loss to Tottenham. The team have also failed to even score in over 187 minutes of league action. Leandro Trossard could be a pick for anytime scorer though despite that drought having scored 4 goals across his last 4 appearances. The jury remains out on De Zerbi. There are encouraging signs with the team enjoying 70% possession and 21 shots on goal against Brentford but something is just missing right now.

Nottingham Forest continue to toil away at the foot of the top flight of English football. Steve Cooper came out and criticised a social media message put out by the club before their 1-0 loss to Wolves on Saturday that he described as "not helpful". The Tricky Trees are back at the bottom of the table due to an inferior goal difference to Leicester after that defeat on the weekend and it's now 7 league games without a win for the Premier League new boys. There were moments of optimism in their last outing and had Brennan Johnson converted the 79th minute penalty then it might've been a different story but that penalty miss summed up their season so far. The encouraging news is that Forest have slowly lost by smaller margins in their last three away league games so after a 1-0 loss last time out having previously lost 6-0 and then 4-0 on the road before that maybe they can go one better and get a draw?

When you're in a period of dire form like Nottingham Forest you will try to find any crumb of positive signs heading into games. Forest fans will see that their team are undefeated in the last 7 meetings with Brighton and feel that could be enough to inspire them to get something here. Brighton still look like a team unsure of this new identity under De Zerbi. It feels like it could still click but it's such a shift in philosophy from Potter to De Zerbi that it was always going to be a tough spell for the club. It's hard to work them out right now. They should win this game but if they fail to take their chances like last weekend then they could get sucker punched by a Forest team who you feel will improve this season under Cooper.

Nottingham Forest Double Chance @ 3.10 with SportNation

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.12 with VBet

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Crystal Palace vs Wolves

The second game in the Tuesday evening double header in the Premier League is the 8:15pm BST kick-off between Crystal Palace and Wolves from Selhurst Park. Both teams are sitting uncomfortably just above the relegation zone so getting a victory in this game would go a long way to easing any anxiety the teams have about getting sucked into that battle. Can either team win it?

Crystal Palace will be looking to turn back-to-back positive results into a little unbeaten run in this game. Patrick Vieira's men have picked up 4 points from their last 2 league games against Leeds and Leicester to move up to 13th position in the table but they remain just 2 points above the bottom three. The Eagles struggled to get any real fluidity going to their attacks in the 0-0 draw with Leicester on the weekend with Wilfried Zaha failing to have the impact he has had on games for the club in the past. Away day troubles can be put on the back burner for now though. Palace now have this home fixture and they've only lost 1 of their last 4 league games played at home. Vieira will be keen to see his more creative players start to have more influence on games with Zaha, Eberechi Eze, and Michael Olise all capable of unlocking opposition defences yet failing to do that recently.

Wolves are undoubtedly thanking the Nottingham Forest official club account on Twitter for doing their team talk for them on the weekend as they pulled off a narrow 1-0 victory at home. The tweet was shared around the team by Ruben Neves who was then the man who converted a 56th minute penalty that proved to be the difference between the two teams. That resulted in "playtime's over" being tweeted by the Wanderers social media team and it was a brutal lesson in how teams should conduct themselves on social media before games. Interim head coach Steve Davis will be in charge for this game as rumours continue to circulate about who the next Wolves gaffer will be with a sensational return for Nuno Espirito Santo being speculated. That win for Wolves ended a losing streak of 3 league games but it's still just 1 goal scored in 4 league games for the Black County side leaving them in 17th place and just 1 point above the drop zone.

If you're going to watch this game and hope for goals then you could be gravely disappointed. The last 9 meetings between these two clubs have produced less than 2.5 goals each time. Crystal Palace have seen 0-0 draws in half of their last 4 league matches and Wolves are struggling to buy a goal from open play. I think backing less than 2.5 goals being scored makes absolute sense but I think this is there for Crystal Palace to win. Wolves have a lot of fire power out for this game and even if they're available they're firing blanks. Palace have too much creativity to remain impotent in the final third for too much longer.

Crystal Palace to Win @ 2.25 with Betfred

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.69 with SBK

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Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton



Crystal Palace


Out (injuries/other): Will Hughes (6/0 m, illness), Nathaniel Clyne (6/0 d), Christopher Richards (3/0 d), Jack Butland (0/0 g), James McArthur (0/0 m), Nathan Ferguson (0/0 d)

Suspended: -



Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Pedro Neto (8/0 f), Raul Jimenez (3/0 f), Sasa Kalajdzic (1/0 f), Chiquinho (0/0 f)

Suspended: -


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Overall Stats
Crystal Palace
5 home games
5 away games
1.4 Goals scored per game 0.2
1.4 Goals conceded per game 1.6
0% Clean sheets 20%
80% Team scored 20%
40% Team scored twice 0%
40% Scored in both halves 0%
80% Goal in both halves 60%
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Bournemouth vs Southampton

The Premier League matches continue into Wednesday evening with a bumper batch of five fixtures. The first of those I'm looking at is a south coast battle between Bournemouth and Southampton in a 7:30pm BST start from the Vitality Stadium. The home team are keeping their good form going as they take on a visiting side who put a stop to their losing streak on the weekend but are still struggling to win. Who will get the points here?

Bournemouth are still unbeaten under caretaker manager Gary O'Neil. The Cherries picked up a 2-2 draw away to fellow newly promoted club Fulham on the weekend but will be disappointed that they surrendered a lead twice in the process. It's now 6 league games unbeaten for the team who are now in 10th position. The team have drawn 4 of those 6 encounters though so there is room for improvement. If the wins dry up then those draws could be considered as points dropped rather than points gained. Just 1 loss from their 5 home league matches this season shows how they have made their home patch a bit of a fortress and that's always vital if you want to stand a chance of staying up in the top flight. A leftfield choice for anytime scorer for this game is central midfielder Philip Billing who has scored 3 goals in his last 5 appearances for the club.

Southampton were facing all sorts of criticism heading into their game with West Ham on the weekend but Ralph Hasenhuttl's men managed to battle out a 1-1 draw. It means the Saints are still without a win in 5 league games now but that point has at least stopped the losing rot. Southampton are still down in 18th place and in the bottom three after Wolves picked up a crucial win to leapfrog them. Just 2 goals scored in 5 league matches shows where the problems lie for Southampton. Hasenhuttl was quick to point out he was aware that it was a lack of quality rather than effort from his players after the West Ham and you can argue his side were fortunate to walk away with the draw. There wasn't anything shown in that game that made me think they're turning a corner. 

Despite Bournemouth heading into this fixture with the superior form it's actually Southampton that have had the better of the two teams over recent meetings. Southampton have lost just 1 of the last 9 meetings and have won the last two head-to-head encounters with Bournemouth failing to even score in both of those. Both games were played at this venue too. In fact, Southampton have kept a clean sheet on all of their last three visits to Bournemouth. I'm not sure I can see that happening here. I think Bournemouth could actually be worth backing to sneak a win given Southampton have lost 4 of their last 5 away league games.

Bournemouth Draw No Bet @ 1.97 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 1.82 with VBet

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Brentford vs Chelsea

The next preview up for the Wednesday evening Premier League games is the 7:30pm BST kick-off between west London rivals Brentford and Chelsea from the Brentford Community Stadium. Both of these teams come into this game on the back of 2-0 wins on the weekend and with their respective campaigns just about meeting expectations there is a chance for them further improve their seasons here.

Brentford had been looking a little rickety before the weekend with no win in 3 league matches and just 1 goal scored during that time but a solid 2-0 win at home to Brighton has settled some nerves and moved the club up to 9th position in the table. The Bees now face some local rivals aiming to make it back-to-back league wins. Thomas Frank's side have only lost 1 of their 5 home league games this season so they're doing their best to make their home ground a fortress. Ivan Toney is back on the scoring trail with 3 goals in his last 2 league games having fired blanks in the previous two league matches before then. It'll be interesting to see what performance the defence delivers here with the team conceding 3 goals versus Arsenal then keeping a clean sheet against Bournemouth before conceding 5 goals against Newcastle and then earning a clean sheet against Brighton. Will we see the defence crumble again here?

Chelsea look a very well-oiled team already under Graham Potter. I anticipated a solid business-like victory away to Aston Villa on the weekend and, thanks to a Mason Mount brace, that's exactly what they got. The Blues are still unbeaten under the former Brighton gaffer and have moved to 4th place in the table and 3 points inside the Champions League qualification spots after winning their last 5 matches in all competitions. The win on the weekend showed how Chelsea are able to withstand heavy attacks from the opposition but also punish them on the front foot. It makes them a very dangerous team to play when they are on their travels. The defence has really stepped up in recent weeks with the team keeping clean sheets in their last 4 games played across all competitions. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also proving to be quite the signing having scored a goal in 3 of his last 4 appearances for the club.

It may well be Chelsea that have dominated this fixture against Brentford in recent memory with Brentford winning just 1 of the last 9 meetings including losing 7 of those but it was actually Brentford who prevailed as 4-1 winners when the teams last met in the league back in April at Stamford Bridge. I don't think we'll see a repeat of that here and I actually think it's Chelsea who will return to winning ways in this fixture. It could be worth backing them to win with a clean sheet as well given they have done so in 4 of the last 5 meetings.

Chelsea to Win @ 1.78 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang @ 2.62 with Bet365

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Liverpool vs West Ham

Liverpool would like to pick up where it left off after beating Manchester City 1-0 last weekend. Although the Reds are still far from the title race, that win will give them a big boost of confidence. Liverpool hasn’t had any problems with scoring, hitting the target in each and every one of their last six matches. They’ve claimed a sum of 17 during that time while seeing the number of goals scored against them stand at 8. Coming into this fixture, Liverpool hasn’t lost at home this season. Regarding the availability issues,  Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Hamstring Injury), Naby Keïta (Hamstring Injury), Joel Matip (Calf Injury), Luis Díaz (Knee Injury), and Arthur Melo (Surgery) are unavailable for Liverpool gaffer Jürgen Klopp.

Last time out, West Ham United drew 1-1 in the Premier League tie with Southampton. That draw broke the Hammers’ four-game winning streak in all competitions, but they want to continue the unbeatable run. A sequence of outstanding performances by the West Ham United defensive players has resulted in the number of goals they’ve conceded, amounting to 4 from their last six clashes in total. In that period of time, their own attack force managed to score 9. Out of a mainly available squad, there’s just a single fitness issue for the West Ham United boss David Moyes to be concerned about. Nayef Aguerd (Ankle Injury) misses out for this game.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

The home side wants to continue in the same fashion, and although West Ham is a tricky opponent, the Reds are favorites. We think they will meet expectations and book an important win on Wednesday evening.

Goals Market Prediction

Four of their last five h2h matches were pretty efficient, and we think the tradition will continue in this clash. Therefore, we believe these two teams will produce at least three goals in total at Anfield.

Liverpool to Win @ 1.45

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.55

Correct score 3:1 @ 12.00

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Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester United will play in this match coming off the back of a 0-0 Premier League stalemate against Newcastle United. That draw broke their three-game winning streak in all competitions. Matches involving Manchester United have often been exciting affairs lately, with plenty of scoring the rule rather than the exception. Over their past half dozen clashes, the sum of 20 goals has flown in for both sides combined (at an average of 3.33 goals per game), with 11 of those coming from Manchester United. Coming into this clash, Manchester United has not lost a league tie with Tottenham Hotspur in their previous three games. Harry Maguire (Hamstring Injury), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (Unknown Injury), and Anthony Martial (Back Injury) are unavailable for Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.

Tottenham Hotspur comes into this clash following a 2-0 Premier League win in the defeat of Everton in their most recent match. It was their third straight win in all competitions, and the Spurs remain four points behind their arch-rivals Arsenal. Demonstrating their predisposition for high-scoring encounters, the back of the net has been hit 20 times in the last six games in which Tottenham Hotspur have sent out their troops, yielding a mean average of 3.33 goals each clash. Their opponents have got 7 of these goals. A success here would see Tottenham continuing the title chase.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

It is going to be an exciting clash that can easily go either way. Therefore, we won’t be surprised if these two sides share spoils on Wednesday evening.

Goals Market Prediction

Although Man Utd has recently been involved in low-scoring matches, we think both teams will find the back of the net at Old Trafford. The crowd should see an entertaining clash and both teams scoring. 

Draw @ 3.60

BTTS Yes @ 1.65

Correct score 1:1 @ 7.50

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Liverpool vs West Ham United

Despite West Ham United picked up good form of late and lifted themselves out of the relegation trouble, David Moyes had really not got a good result at Anfield in his career. The visitor may try to upset an unsettled Liverpool side with a possible goal or two.

Liverpool finally woke up, following their 7-1 last week at Glasgow Rangers and defeated Man City on Sunday with a 1-0 victory. A morale boosted was much needed for Liverpool, at home tonight they should have no trouble of winning this.

Liverpool   @ 1.40
Over 3 @ 1.88

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Liverpool vs West Ham

The next preview I'm writing for the Wednesday night games in the Premier League is the 7:30pm BST kick-off between Liverpool and West Ham from Anfield. Both teams have every reason to feel confident coming into this game with the home side pulling off a major win on the weekend and the visiting club managing to put together a positive run of results recently to move on up the table.

Liverpool were becoming written off by a lot of people, including me, this season before the weekend game with Manchester City as the team floundered in mid-table mediocrity. However, a narrow 1-0 win has helped move to side up to 8th in the table and back in touch with the European qualification places leading to some suggesting that Jurgen Klopp's side are not busted yet. The Reds have also won 11 of their last 12 midweek matches played in the Premier League. It's now 28 home league games undefeated for Liverpool. That being said, they have failed to win any of their last 4 league matches with London-based teams. Mohamed Salah was the match winner on Sunday and he's bagged 9 goals in 10 league matches against West Ham so he's a solid anytime scorer option.

West Ham are fast putting their early season woes behind them. David Moyes has now led his team to a run of 6 wins from their last 8 matches in all competitions including an unbeaten streak of 3 league games with the team also already qualifying for the knockout stage of the Europa Conference League due to winning every group game in that competition. The Hammers were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw away to Southampton on the weekend in a game they undoubtedly feel they deserved to win. Away form still haunts the team with the club having only won 4 of their previous 19 away league matches. There's even more pessimism in the form of Moyes and his personal record against Liverpool. The former Everton gaffer hasn't won any of his 17 away league games against Liverpool as a manager. Hmm, that doesn't bode well!

If Liverpool weren't confident enough already then reading the head-to-head stats for this fixture will only further boost their self belief. Liverpool have only lost 1 of their last 49 home league matches versus West Ham and if they play like they did on Sunday then that should be a record that continues in a positive direction for them here. West Ham are improving as the season goes on but there's still a bit of a gap in quality between these two teams and Anfield under the floodlights is a special place where few visiting teams flourish.

Liverpool HT/FT @ 2.20 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Mohamed Salah @ 2.10 with Bet365

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Newcastle vs Everton

The penultimate game from the Wednesday evening schedule in the Premier League is another 7:30pm BST kick-off with Newcastle hosting Everton at St James' Park. The home side will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run even longer and keep their rise up the table going against a visiting team who could potentially have seen their encouraging run of form come to an abrupt end already.

Newcastle are knocking on the door of the Champions League qualification places with the team in 6th place having lost just 1 of their opening 10 league games this season. Eddie Howe's men are unbeaten in their last 5 league games but the fact they have drawn 6 of their league fixtures this season shows that it could've been an even better start for the Magpies had they pushed on and turned a few of those draws into wins. The 15 points they have earned so far is their highest top flight points tally since 2011/12. The team is currently thriving on the foundation of a sturdy defensive line with the club boasting the best defensive record in the division having only conceded 9 goals so far. Even more impressive when you consider they conceded 33% of those goals in that 3-3 draw versus Manchester City. Home form has also been crucial for the Toon Army with the team losing just 1 of their last 15 home league matches.

Everton had briefly looked like defying the critics as Frank Lampard steered them to a safe mid-table position with a string of solid defensive displays. Unfortunately, football is a fickle game and moods can change in the blink of an eye. The old saying goes that you're only as good as your last performance and it's now been back-to-back defeats in the league for the Toffees leaving them down in 14th position and just 2 points above the relegation zone. Away form is also fragile for Everton with the club losing 15 of their previous 22 away league games. It's also 17 losses from their 31 league games played during 2022. That's their worst record in a calendar year since 2005. It appears the team also hates playing midweek matches having failed to win any of the last 6 midweek games in the league. If you're looking for an anytime scorer bet then the fact Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored on each of his last 3 visits to this stadium makes him a tempting option.

It used to be that Everton dominated Newcastle in this fixture having earned a victory in 8 of the 9 encounters that the team played between 2013 and 2018. However, Everton have only managed 2 wins from the 8 meetings between the two clubs since then. The form is clearly in favour of Newcastle and you'll be hard pushed to find a pundit or fan that doesn't think the home side will earn a business-like win here.

Newcastle to Win @ 1.65 with Betway

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.93 with SBK

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Manchester United vs Tottenham

The stand out game of the midweek Premier League schedule is coming our way at 8:15pm BST on Wednesday night when Manchester United and Tottenham go toe-to-toe at Old Trafford. These two teams are both firmly in the battle for Champions League qualification this season and with both sides looking in decent form at the moment there is the potential for this one to be a real fire cracker.

Manchester United might have had a slow start to their season but it seems that Erik ten Hag is starting to settle his way into things now. The Red Devils are up to 5th in the table and could only be 8 points off the top spot if they win here. It may only be 1 win from their last 3 league games but it's also just 1 loss from their previous 7 league matches. The good news is that United boast a superb record of playing league games on a Wednesday having won 72 Premier League matches played on that night. No team possesses a better top flight league record on this night during the Premier League era. Cristiano Ronaldo didn't deliver a goal against Newcastle on the weekend but having scored in each of his last 7 appearances against Tottenham he could be worth an anytime scorer shout here. Especially because he has also scored 8 goals against them in the Premier League.

Tottenham continue to enjoy their best start to a Premier League season with the club in 3rd place and only 4 points off the pace of league leaders and rivals Arsenal. Antonio Conte's side are now on a run of 4 wins from their last 5 league games including back-to-back victories with a clean sheet. Spurs will be hoping for a fifth win in a row across all competitions. Tottenham have now only lost 1 of their last 16 league matches under Conte in a spell stretching back to last season. On the down side, Conte has lost all three of his previous trips to Manchester United in the league. As if the defeat to them on aggregate in the 1998/99 Champions League Semi-Finals as a player for Juventus wasn't bad enough! Harry Kane is definitely a player to back here to score because he could become the first Tottenham player to score in 6 Premier League games in a row. 

There is very little between these two teams in terms of player and managerial quality. 7 points separate them in the table but Manchester United have won the previous 3 league meetings with Tottenham. United are historically a bogey team for Tottenham but this is a Tottenham side with a lot more character and resilience under Conte. I can see these two teams playing out a thrilling draw.

Draw @ 3.60 with SpreadEx

BTTS @ 1.64 with SportNation

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Fulham vs Aston Villa

The final day of midweek games in the Premier League hits us on Thursday with two matches taking place. The first of those is newly promoted Fulham hosting a struggling Aston Villa in a 7:30pm BST kick-off from Craven Cottage. Neither team is in the best of form right now but there's certainly more pressure on the away manager to get results as soon as possible otherwise the managerial axe could fall.

Fulham enjoyed a very positive start to their first season back in the top flight of English football but it's now 3 league games without a win and the team have slowly dropped down the table to 12th place. The Cottagers halted a run of back-to-back defeats with a 2-2 draw at home to fellow new boys Bournemouth and they needed to show real character in that game to come back from 2-0 down at half-time. Marco Silva's team have now gone 8 Premier League games without a clean sheet having conceded 18 goals during that period so there will be an emphasis on the team needing to tighten up at the back. If the back-line can start shutting out the goals then in Aleksandar Mitrovic they have a striker who has already scored 6 league goals this season so they can certainly grind out the victories.

Aston Villa were a team many felt could be consolidating a top half position this season but it's not quite gone to plan for Steve Gerrard's side. The Lions are down in 17th position and only above the relegation zone due to a superior goal difference. It's now just 1 win from their last 8 league games including no win in their previous 3 league outings. Scoring goals continues to be a problem for Gerrard's team which seems a bizarre issue to have for a team managed by one of the great goalscoring midfielders in Premier League history who has the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Leon Bailey, Jacob Ramsey, and Emiliano Buendia in his ranks with Danny Ings and Ollie Watkins up front. Only Wolves have scored fewer goals than Villa this season. It's also just 1 win from their last 16 league games against London-based opponents. 

There's not a lot separating these two teams coming into this game but you feel that Fulham will be the side with slightly more confidence. Something isn't right with Aston Villa. Despite starting well against Chelsea they fell short and you have to wonder if the low confidence levels will be tough to turn around for Gerrard. There is certainly a sense that he's slipping ever closer to being relieved of his duties. The team really should be doing better given the talents at their disposal. I'm torn between a draw and a home win but I think the difference here could be that Fulham have players confident in front of goal right now. Aston Villa do not.

Fulham Draw No Bet @ 2.20 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Aleksandar Mitrovic @ 2.50 with Bet365

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Leicester vs Leeds

The final game of the midweek Premier League fixtures comes on Thursday night at 8:15pm BST when bottom-placed Leicester will once again look to claw their way off the foot of the table against fellow strugglers Leeds at the King Power Stadium. It may still be relatively early in the league season but it's already becoming clear that whoever loses this game could have some real problems to address.

Leicester still seem to be unable to get their season going with the club sat in 20th place in the top division. It's not exactly what many expected for Brendan Rodgers and his team this season. Just 1 win from their 10 league games so far isn't ideal but there are signs of progress with the team picking up 4 points from their last 3 league games including 2 clean sheets from those matches. Both of those clean sheets came on home turf too so they head into this game unbeaten in back-to-back home league games. The Foxes are without the suspended James Maddison for this game though and that's a massive blow given his direct involvement in 14 goals in his previous 13 league games for the team. He's one of a number of key absentees for Leicester ahead of this game in a match they'd have hoped to try and win. There will be a lot of hope piled onto Harvey Barnes who has scored in each of his last 5 appearances against Leeds in the league.

Leeds were a team that had surprised a number of pundits and fans with their early season start but the club now appears to be entering a state of free fall. The team are down in 16th position with no win in their last 6 league games. The Whites will be wondering how on earth they didn't get something from their 1-0 loss at home to Arsenal and that defeat made it just 1 goal scored in their last 191 minutes of league action. There is a risk here that Leeds could lose 4 away league matches in a row for the first time since 2018. The club have conceded a staggering 16 goals in their last 3 midweek away league games played in the Premier League. Striker Patrick Bamford is now without a league goal in 10 matches so if the team wants to start scoring he needs to find his scoring touch again.

I am deeply concerned for Leicester without Maddison being available but maybe it's a chance for others to step up. The Leicester defence has conceded a division high 24 goals already this season and they are fragile without the players they are likely to have missing including potentially Jonny Evans, Caglar Soyuncu, and Ricardo Pereira. So you have to feel for Rodgers to that extent. Leeds aren't exactly Fort Knox at the back mind having only kept one clean sheet in their last 6 league games. I was initially swaying towards a Leicester win at home but their absentees worry me. Leeds could smell blood. It's a hard one to call so I might go down the middle and back a draw.

Draw @ 3.63 with VBet

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.80 with SBK

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