Lineups

Leicester City

( 3-5-2 )

  • 1. K. Schmeichel

  • 3. B. Chilwell

  • 2. J. Justin Yellow Card

  • 6. J. Evans

  • 4. Ç. Söyüncü

  • 10. J. Maddison

  • 7. D. Gray

    73'
  • 24. N. Mendy

    69'
  • 25. W. Ndidi Yellow Card

  • 9. J. Vardy

  • 14. K. Iheanacho

    69'

Substitutes

  • 12. D. Ward

  • 5. W. Morgan

  • 28. C. Fuchs

  • 11. M. Albrighton

  • 26. D. Praet

  • 8. Y. Tielemans

    69'
  • 15. H. Barnes

    69'
  • 20. H. Choudhury

  • 17. Ayoze Pérez

    73'

England - Premier League

12' J. Justin 12' Yellow Card 12'  J. Justin 34' W. Ndidi 34' Yellow Card 34'  W. Ndidi 36' D. Stephens 36' Yellow Card 36'  D. Stephens 80' S. Duffy 80' Yellow Card 80'  S. Duffy
Leicester City

Leicester City

0 - 0

Brighton and Hove Albion

Brighton and Hove Albion

  • Date: 23/06/2020
  • Time: 18:00
  • Venue: King Power Stadium
  • Referee: Lee Mason
Leicester v Brighton betting tips

Date published: 6/23/2020 2:42:07 AM

Leicester v Brighton betting tips

The first set of post-lockdown Premier League games brought an awful lot of slow starts and another could be on the cards when Leicester host Brighton on Tuesday.

No fewer than seven of the first 11 games back saw no first-half goals with the matches involving both Leicester and Brighton being among them.

It may well be worth backing a similar outcome here with 7/4 about the half-time scoreline being 0-0.

The UK heatwave is due to arrive in time for this game with 26C expected at kick-off time in Leicester, conditions hardly likely to favour two teams going hell for leather.

Another cagey start could easily result, especially with the hosts short on confidence following a run of just four wins in their last 14 league games. Brighton, meanwhile, aren’t safe yet, despite a much-needed victory over Arsenal on Saturday. A tight, dreary game would suit them down to the ground – that was the case on their last away trip to Wolves.

Leicester will, of course, have other ideas and given they are one of the strongest teams in terms of second-half performance this season, backing Draw/Leicester in the HT/FT market is an option for those seeking a bigger price.

Only Man City have scored more second-half goals than Leicester and so they usually come on strong after the break.

That makes the 7/2 on offer about Draw/Leicester make some appeal.

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 31
  • King Power Stadium
  • Lee Mason
  • 23 Jun, 18:00

Predictions

Markets Odds Probability% Bet Here
Over 0.5 In 1st Half
6/1 Bookmaker
70%Panelty

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Last Goal After 73 Minutes
11/10 Bookmaker
67%Panelty

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Over 2.5 In Full Time
16/1 Bookmaker
63%Panelty

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Goals In Last 15 Minutes
60%Panelty

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Both Teams To Score
50/1 Bookmaker
57%Panelty

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Betting Tips

Markets Odds Rating Bet Here

Correct Score - Leicester City To Win 2-0

8.50 Bookmaker

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Betting Tips

Markets Odds Rating Bet Here

Correct Score - Leicester City To Win 2-0

8.50 Bookmaker

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League Table

Place Team GP Won Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
1 Liverpool 38 32 3 3 85 33 52 99
2 Manchester City 38 26 3 9 102 35 67 81
3 Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66 36 30 66
4 Chelsea 38 20 6 12 69 54 15 66
5 Leicester City 38 18 8 12 67 41 26 62
6 Tottenham 38 16 11 11 61 47 14 59
7 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 15 14 9 51 40 11 59
8 Arsenal 38 14 14 10 56 48 8 56
9 Sheffield United 38 14 12 12 39 39 0 54
10 Burnley 38 15 9 14 43 50 -7 54
11 Southampton 38 15 7 16 51 60 -9 52
12 Everton 38 13 10 15 44 56 -12 49
13 Newcastle United 38 11 11 16 38 58 -20 44
14 Crystal Palace 38 11 10 17 31 50 -19 43
15 Brighton and Hove Albion 38 9 14 15 39 54 -15 41
16 West Ham United 38 10 9 19 49 62 -13 39
17 Aston Villa 38 9 8 21 41 67 -26 35
18 AFC Bournemouth 38 9 7 22 40 65 -25 34
19 Watford 38 8 10 20 36 64 -28 34
20 Norwich City 38 5 6 27 26 75 -49 21
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Lineups

Leicester City
(3-5-2)
Brighton and Hove Albion
(3-4-1-2)
  • 1. K. Schmeichel

  • 3. B. Chilwell

  • 2. J. Justin Yellow Card

  • 6. J. Evans

  • 4. Ç. Söyüncü

  • 10. J. Maddison

  • 7. D. Gray

    73'
  • 24. N. Mendy

    69'
  • 25. W. Ndidi Yellow Card

  • 9. J. Vardy

  • 14. K. Iheanacho

    69'

Substitutes

  • 12. D. Ward

  • 5. W. Morgan

  • 28. C. Fuchs

  • 11. M. Albrighton

  • 26. D. Praet

  • 8. Y. Tielemans

    69'
  • 15. H. Barnes

    69'
  • 20. H. Choudhury

  • 17. Ayoze Pérez

    73'
  • 1. M. Ryan

  • 5. L. Dunk

  • 33. D. Burn

  • 15. A. Webster

    24'
  • 2. T. Lamptey

  • 6. D. Stephens Yellow Card

  • 10. A. Mac Allister

    58'
  • 18. A. Mooy

  • 8. Y. Bissouma

    58'
  • 7. N. Maupay

    57'
  • 44. A. Connolly

    82'

Substitutes

  • 27. D. Button

  • 4. S. Duffy Yellow Card

    24'
  • 21. E. Schelotto

  • 22. Martín Montoya

  • 20. S. March

    58'
  • 13. P. Groß

  • 24. D. Pröpper

    58'
  • 17. G. Murray

    82'
  • 11. L. Trossard

    57'
Leicester City Leicester City
Brighton and Hove Albion Brighton and Hove Albion
4
Corners
7
2
Shots On Target
1
60
Possession
40
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
8
Shots Off Target
8
117
Attacks
74
40
Dangerous
27

Leicester City v Brighton and Hove Albion

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    Leicester’s limp towards Champions League qualification continued with a goalless draw against Brighton as Kasper Schmeichel saved a first-half penalty.

    Brendan Rodgers’ side have now won only two of their last 10 games as they look to seal a top-four finish in the Premier League.

    It could have been a fifth defeat in that sequence had it not been for Schmeichel. The Denmark international smothered Neal Maupay’s penalty after 14 minutes, holding on to the shot down to his right.

    Maupay’s miss could leave Brighton thinking about what might have been as three points would have given them significant breathing space in the battle for survival.

    Meanwhile, Leicester, who were strong favourites to finish third at the turn of the year, lacked a cutting edge throughout and are now looking over their shoulders at fourth-placed Chelsea – who visit the King Power Stadium in the FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend.

    Brighton began brightly with a flurry of efforts, all of which were repelled by the Leicester defence.

    Their early endeavour looked like it would be rewarded after Aaron Connolly chased a long pass forward by Aaron Mooy and was clumsily brought down by James Justin.

    The Video Assistant Referee checked the penalty decision but referee Lee Mason’s award of the spot-kick stood, only for Schmeichel to save from Maupay.

    It was a let off for Leicester but a poor penalty from the Brighton striker, with Schmeichel not needing to stretch or extend himself to keep it out.

    Brighton, who had to make a change at centre-half with Shane Duffy replacing the injured Adam Webster, threatened again through Connolly midway through the first half when he once more broke through the heart of the Leicester defence, but his effort was deflected wide by the recovering Caglar Soyuncu.

    Leicester offered little in the first half, with Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho largely anonymous and starved of service.

    However, they could have taken the lead in injury time but Soyuncu got his header from close range all wrong after a Wilfred Ndidi shot looped towards him at the far post.

    The hosts looked a little more lively as the second half got under way and Ben Chilwell, on the scoresheet in the 1-1 draw at Watford on Saturday, spurned a good chance.

    Vardy headed the ball back across goal and Brighton failed to clear it properly, allowing Chilwell a strike at goal, but the left-back snatched at his chance.

    Another Vardy lay-off sat up invitingly for James Maddison to strike but he too rushed his effort and fired his 25-yard shot wide.

    Brighton’s menace had waned, despite boss Graham Potter freshening things up with a triple substitution just before the hour mark, but Leicester were unable to make their growing possession stats tell on the scoreboard.

    Maddison, regularly lethal with free-kicks just outside the penalty area, put the ball in the empty stands again with 10 minutes left.

    Leicester felt they should have had a penalty in injury time when a Maddison cross struck Lewis Dunk on the arm but referee Mason waved away the appeals.

    Goalless draw | Leicester 0-0 Brighton | EPL Highlights


    Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers was satisfied despite being unable to breakdown Brighton in Tuesday’s goalless draw at the King Power Stadium.

    He said: “I didn’t think we were very good in the first half. We got into some good positions, but didn’t have very good movement off the ball. Kasper made a good stop from the penalty.

    “I thought second half we were much better. It felt like it was coming, but we didn’t quite make the final pass. A clean sheet, fitness was good and subs tried to make an impact and we didn’t concede so we’ll take a point.

    “We haven’t won the games, but we’ve showed a good mentality to not concede so much and hopefully after more training we can find the goals to get back to winning.”

    Meanwhile, Graham Potter praised the fight of his side after they backed up Saturday’s 2-1 win over Arsenal with a goalless draw at Leicester.

    “Four points from two games is good, especially when you consider the opposition, but every game is tough,” he said. “We have to fight for every single point.

    “We carried a threat in the first half, the penalty is a big moment for us, but we carried a threat. We had to dig in at times and overall a clean sheet, I am really proud of the players.

    “To be able to stick together like they did and push until the end was fantastic. We had to defend more in the second half, but we were still OK.”

     

    Lineups

    Brighton and Hove Albion

    ( 3-5-2 )

    • 1. M. Ryan

    • 5. L. Dunk

    • 33. D. Burn

    • 15. A. Webster

      24'
    • 2. T. Lamptey

    • 6. D. Stephens Yellow Card

    • 10. A. Mac Allister

      58'
    • 18. A. Mooy

    • 8. Y. Bissouma

      58'
    • 7. N. Maupay

      57'
    • 44. A. Connolly

      82'

    Substitutes

    • 27. D. Button

    • 4. S. Duffy Yellow Card

      24'
    • 21. E. Schelotto

    • 22. Martín Montoya

    • 20. S. March

      58'
    • 13. P. Groß

    • 24. D. Pröpper

      58'
    • 17. G. Murray

      82'
    • 11. L. Trossard

      57'