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Leicester vs Brighton Prediction & Betting tips
A day without football? This has been a bitter reality for a long time in the past few weeks, but every disadvantage has an advantage. Football of the highest level is on the program these days. The 31st round of the English Premier League will kick off on Tuesday with the duel between Leicester and Brighton.
A look at the betting base table service shows that there are felt worlds between the two teams. Nevertheless, the restart has brought something in common – namely the last minute madness. Leicester gambled away in added time, while Brighton scored a sensational win with a last-minute goal.
Nevertheless, the Potter elf is traded as a clear outsider on Tuesday night at King Power Stadium in third place.
The game starts on Tuesday evening at 18:00 p.m. Fans of English football should definitely save our Premier League tip category in their favorites for the coming time. Detailed previews of all PL games are published there.
For a long time, the team of ex-Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers was the “first chaser” of the Reds. Before the long forced break, the team apparently ran out of steam and the results at the beginning of calendar year 2020 left a little to be desired.
The bare figures when looking at the latest results in the English football upper house do not necessarily suggest that the Foxes are a hot candidate for the UEFA Champions League. Of the most recent six games, only one has been victorious – the 4-0 win over Aston Villa before the long break.
Despite the weaker results in calendar year 2020, the conclusion of the sensation master from 2016 is absolutely positive. 54 points mean third place in the table and eight points ahead of fifth in the table Manchester United. The return to the UEFA Champions League is within reach given the current table situation.
Overall, the Rodgers team is strong this season, especially at home at the King Power Stadium. Nine of the 15 home games were won, the CL aspirant suffered only three losses at home. However, Leicester had to cope with these three losses in their last six home games (Liverpool, Manchester City and Southampton were the opponents).
With the 4-0 success in March top striker Jamie Vardy ended his losing streak and was finally able to celebrate another goal. The now 19-time goal scorer was without goals in seven Premier League games between December 21 and March 9 and then scored twice against the Villians. With 19 goals, Vardy currently tops the English Premier League scorer list and is two goals ahead of Aubameyang and Aguero.
Rodgers only has to do without right-back Ricardo Pereira on Tuesday evening, the Portuguese will probably be available again in October at the earliest. James Justin performed well in the RV position draw against Watford and got a big draw from Rodgers.
The 23-year-old Frenchman Neal Maupay was the focus of the restart. After a duel with Bernd Leno, the German goalkeeper had to be replaced and from the stretcher he wanted to make the French responsible for the injury, but he only shrugged his shoulders.
Football was also played and Maupay once again came into focus. In added time, his last-minute goal ensured an important 2-1 home win against the Gunners. Thanks to the three points, the Potter elf clears a little air in the relegation battle.
The sensational success at home ensured that the upcoming tasks could be completed with less pressure. Thanks to Maupay’s ninth goal of the season, the Seagulls are 15th and five points (and 13 goals) ahead of the Cherries of Bournemouth AFC.
This success was by no means to be expected, because before the long break the team remained without success no less than nine times. In this phase, the reputation of being the Remis King was earned, six of the nine games ended with a division of points.
After the sensational victory, the confidence will be almost limitless. In order to survive in the King Power Stadium, a gala performance will also be necessary. But Brighton can rarely convince, especially abroad. In the course of the season so far, the journey home has only been won twice.
With a 2-5-8 record, there are hardly any arguments in favor of predicting the success of the Seagulls between Leicester and Brighton on Tuesday.
Leicester vs Brighton head to head matches
23.11.19 PL Brighton Leicester 0 : 2
26.02.19 PL Leicester Brighton 2 : 1
24.11.18 PL Brighton Leicester 1 : 1
31.03.18 PL Brighton Leicester 0 : 2
19.08.17 PL Leicester Brighton 2 : 0