Leicester City vs Spartak Moscow Predictions

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Both Teams To Score

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Leicester City 3-1

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Patson Daka To Score Anytime

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Tip Reasoning

  • Both teams have scored in six of Leicester’s last eight games and they have conceded in all of those fixtures.
  • There have been goals at both ends in five of Spartak’s last six games.
  • Patson Daka scored four goals in the reverse fixture in Moscow.

Goals on the agenda at the King Power

Leicester and Spartak Moscow played out a seven-goal thriller in the reverse fixture and we could be in line for another entertaining affair when the two teams meet at the King Power Stadium on Thursday.

The Foxes went down 2-0 at home to Arsenal over the weekend to end a five-game unbeaten run. They should be able to bounce back against Spartak, but the price on a home win isn’t particularly appealing and instead both teams to score looks the best bet here.

Leicester won the reverse fixture 4-3 and both teams have scored in six of their last eight games, while they have conceded in all of those fixtures. Both teams have scored in five of Spartak’s last six games and the Moscow club have scored in each of their last seven games.

Home advantage should see Leicester over the line

The hosts have lost just two of their six home games this term and those losses came against Premier League champions Manchester City and an improving Gunners outfit. Spartak may have won at Napoli in their only Europa League away game so far but they played against 10 men for over an hour and weren’t necessarily the dominant team for large periods, so a 3-1 win for Leicester looks a reasonable option in the correct score market.

Leicester striker Patson Daka scored all four goals for Brendan Rodgers’ men in Moscow as Spartak were unable to cope with the Zambian. A repeat showing is perhaps unlikely, but the 23-year-old can still get his name on the scoresheet on Thursday against a defence he terrorised just two weeks ago.

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