Wolverhampton v Leicester Betting Tips
Back in August, these teams met at the King Power Stadium and Leicester ran out 2-0 winners, although it’s worth noting that Wolverhampton Wanderers were the better team in that particular clash.
Wind the clock forward and there are just two points between these Midlands rivals, with Nuno Espirito Santo having engineered some pretty accomplished performances against some of the best teams that the Premier League has to offer.
Victories over Chelsea and Tottenham have been particularly eye-catching, while Wolves have also taken points off Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal even if they have floundered against some of the lesser lights in the division.
It’s been strange at Molineux where Wolves are 4-2-5 for the season, a record which is similar to a Cardiff side who are at far greater risk of being relegated come the final reckoning.
Leicester are also a peculiar side to work out, with the Foxes marginally better away from home this season and they come into this game after losing at home to Southampton last weekend.
It was a result which intensifies the pressure on Claude Puel and it’s thought that the Frenchman is now living on borrowed time at the King Power, with a defeat in this match potentially pushing him closer to the edge.
Although Leicester engineered victories over Manchester City and Chelsea during the Christmas break, these have been followed by home defeats against Cardiff and Saints, even if they did win at Everton.
Puel’s defensive tactics have been criticised by the fans and the Foxes’ matches don’t tend to feature more than two goals, with this one likely to be low scoring in a clash where both sides might end up being happy to settle for a single point.
Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.53 with bet365
Wolverhampton Wanderers: 3-5-2 (Confirmed Line-up)
Leicester: 4-2-3-1 (Confirmed Line-up)
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