The game is of course live on Sky and below you’ll find our Leeds vs Leicester betting tips & top picks ahead of kick off.
When is Leeds United v Leicester City?Brendan Rodgers’ men travel to West Yorkshire on Monday November 2 with an 8pm kick off.
The game will be played behind closed doors and will be the main event on Sky’s Monday Night Football show.
- Sunday, November 2, 2020 - 20:00: Leeds United v Leicester City
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Who is the Leeds United v Leicester City Favourite?The home side are just two points behind Champions League chasing Leicester after six games and it’s been a perfect start to life back in the Premier League for them.
Marcelo Bielsa’s men are favourite with the bookmakers and are priced at 7/5 with Paddy Power.
Leicester, who will certainly be looking for the win in this one are priced at 17/10, with the draw available to back at 12/5.
Probable Line-UpsLeeds United (4-5-1): Meslier; Ayling, Cooper, Koch, Alioski; Costa, Klich, Dallas, Rodrigo, Harrison; Bamford
Leicester City (4-3-3):Schmeichel; Fofana, Evans, Fuchs; Justin, Mendy, Tielemans, Albrighton; Maddison, Vardy, Barnes
Head-to-HeadIt’s been a couple of years since the sides last met and they haven’t played in the league since 2014. That was in the Championship and for the last Premier League encounter you have to go back to April 2004.
The last time the pair met was in 2017 when Leicester beat Leeds 3-1 in the League Cup.
Across the last five meetings, the Foxes have won two, with Leeds winning one and two draws, and honours even could well be the bet to take in this one too.
Our Leeds United v Leicester City PredictionsIt’s a difficult game to call on Monday night with two impressive sides going up against each other. What you can expect is an entertaining game and both teams to score in this one.
That’s priced at 11/18 with SportNation with the draw and BTTS backable at 17/5.
That would be our bet for this one, while the draw and over 2.5 goals at 8/1 is the riskier wager that we’d take a punt on.
Leeds will of course have to keep Jamie Vardy quiet. He was clinical against Arsenal last time out and will be worth a bet on scoring, while an away win and BTTS is perhaps the best bet if you fancy a side to take the three points. That can be backed at 7/2 but we’d go with the draw in this one.
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