- Elland Road
- Leeds have won just two Premier League games this season.
- Leicester have won three of their last six matches in all competitions.
- Leeds have scored in five of their last six games and Leicester have just two clean sheets in 16 outings this term.
Doubts remain despite Leeds win
Leeds picked up their second Premier League win of the season last weekend to put them three points clear of the relegation zone but they could return to losing ways when they host Leicester on Sunday.
The Whites – so impressive in their return to the top flight last season – have struggled with injuries and form this season. Their only two victories have come against pre-season relegation favourites Norwich and Watford and they have scored just ten goals in ten matches, losing four times.
Foxes set to return to winning ways
Leicester also suffered a slightly shaky start to the season but they have started to find their feet over the last month or so and come into this weekend having lost just one of their last seven in all competitions.
That came against Arsenal last weekend, but they have beaten Manchester United, Spartak Moscow and Brentford in the last month and they should have more than enough to see off the threat of Leeds.
Expect goals at Elland Road
That being said, the Foxes have just two clean sheets in 16 competitive games this season and while Leeds have struggled with the injured Patrick Bamford they have still scored in five of their last six league matches.
I’m expecting an away win but Leeds can threaten going forward so a Leicester win and both teams to score appeals, as does a 2-1 correct score prediction, with Leicester scoring exactly twice in five of their last ten matches.
Leeds predicted lineup: Meslier; Llorente, Struijk, Cooper; Raphinha, Klich, Phillips, Dallas, James; Rodrigo; Harrison
Leicester predicted lineup: Schmeichel; Amartey, Evans, Soyuncu; Castagne, Ndidi, Tielemans, Thomas; Maddison; Iheanacho, Vardy
- Both teams have found the net in five of Leeds’ last seven Premier League home games
- Of Leicester’s four wins in the league this season, two were by a 2-1 scoreline
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