Everton (@2.38) vs Leicester (@2.8)
18-12-2019

Our Prediction:

Everton will win

Everton – Leicester Match Prediction | 18-12-2019 14:45

This is eight more than any of his teammates, and his influence going forward really cant be overstated. Romelu Lukaku continues to steal the show for The Toffees. Considering Leicesters defensive record on the road Id suggest him for our anytime goalscorer predictions at 1/1. He bagged a goal and an assist on Monday night and now has 11 Premier League goals to his name this season.

That includes the 2-1 win at the King Power back in October when Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson scored either side of Ricardo Pereiras leveller. Everton have dominated recently too, with four wins to two in the last six games. Everton have won 42 of their previous games against Leicester City, with the Foxes winning 35 and drawing 32. They also won 2-1 when they last met at Goodison Park in January Theo Walcott scoring twice before Jamie Vardy pulled one back from the spot.

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Everton enter the round three points off the pace of the Foxes and are in 11th place. Many fans would have been happy to be a point and a place off Manchester United at this stage, but seeing as how the Red Devils haven't play well, either, it won't make them very giddy about their standing. The Toffees should realistically not be in any danger of the drop. In fact, they are already eight points ahead of the relegation zone. But they have got to start winning matches if Marco Silva wants to stay on board. Just two wins from seven is hardly good enough after they splashed the cash two summers in a row.

Leicester managed to pick up just their third Premier League point of the season away from home on Monday when they played out a drab and lifeless goalless draw at Middlesbrough. This makes it three draws and seven defeats in the Premier League away from home this season, and when you look at other competitions it doesnt get much better.

Ademola Lookman continues to recover from an ankle/foot injury, while Phil Jagielka was back on the bench last time out. Gylfi Sigurdsson was only on the bench last time out, as Everton went with three at the back again. Both he and Richarlison could start together against Leicester, however it would mean Andre Gomes or Idrissa Gueye missing out if the current formation is retained.

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Both he and Richarlison could start together against Leicester, however it would mean Andre Gomes or Idrissa Gueye missing out if the current formation is retained. Ademola Lookman continues to recover from an ankle/foot injury, while Phil Jagielka was back on the bench last time out. Gylfi Sigurdsson was only on the bench last time out, as Everton went with three at the back again.

Expert Verdict: Leicester's inconsistency was perfectly summed up by the fact they beat Manchester City and Chelsea and then squandered the chance to beat Cardiff - missing a late penalty before conceding an even later winner to lose 1-0. Everton lost last time out too - their third defeat in four games - and both teams could cancel each other out here.

Leicester enter the weekend's action in eighth place in the current table on 12 points. They are only three points off Arsenal, who have the first Europa League place at the moment, but they aren't far from a slew of other teams racing to catch them, either. The Foxes have shown that they can play with any team any day, but they tend to very often match their opponent's level. That means they are capable of both the brilliant and the lamentable. An interesting note to look at is that they have four wins and three losses in their seven matches. So far, it has been feast or famine for them.

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Everton will be looking to put an end to their six-game winless run in the Premier League when they host Leicester City at their Goodison Park on Matchday 25. Leicester City, on the other hand, are a team with two faces. The clubs main goal is to finish the season in top ten, but Sam Allardyces men need to return to winning ways as soon as possible if they are to meet the goal. The Toffees have been having their ups and downs in the English top flight this season, but they are still sitting in the top half of the standings. Anyhow, seeing that Everton have been struggling to find their best form of late, we predict that the visitors are going to grab something from Wednesdays football match. The Foxes have been impressive at their King Power Stadium this term, but their away record is anything but brilliant.

Neither team are really bad enough to drop much further, but which is more likely to take up the mantle? Both teams are in the middle of the table already, and if they each don't find some way to be consistent, they are likely to remain there. As things look, it's the home side, who could just about pinch it. The head-to-head indicates this, and the PL record also does so. Expert Verdict: Across history, these two teams have been generally well-matched against one another. And this season, they also look like they are very evenly matched, too.

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