Leicester City vs Everton Prediction & Betting Tips – 26/12/2016

Leicester City vs Everton – Premier League Match Preview, Predictions & Betting Tips

Boxing Day finds both Leicester and Everton well below where they would like to be in this period of the season. While Everton is 9th, just a couple of places below where they targeted early in the season, the champions find themselves in 15th place with just 17 points. It’s really imperative for Leicester to win this game, but will they be able to do it?

Leicester City vs Everton – 26/12/2016

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FT Result:  Leicester 2.55 or 31/20  Draw 3.30 or 23/10  Everton 3.00 or 2/1

Total Goals Over/Under 2.5:  Over 1.95 or 19/20  Under 1.85 or 17/20

Both Teams To Score:  Yes 1.75 or 3/4  No 2.00 or 1/1

It has to be said, it’s hard to find both teams in worst form than these two. Both teams have won 9 points in their last 10 games. Leicester’s victories came against Manchester City and Crystal Palace, which clearly shows us they can still play football.

Unfortunately for them, this only happens every once in a while, and they’ll also miss Jamie Vardy in their game against Everton. Their goal difference isn’t the best either but gives us some clues about their style – 23:39 this season.

If we speak about Everton, we have to say that the only thing saving their recent form is their great 2-1 win over Arsenal. Apart from that, they’re on a fairly lengthy period with sub-par performances, especially away from home.

Everton has won one point in their previous 5 away games, and have lost the last 4 – hardly a record to be proud of. They’ll certainly want to end this streak as soon as possible, just as Leicester will want to gather points which can re-take them to the top half of the standings.

Leicester City vs Everton Betting Tips

We’re certain of a single thing in this game: we will see goals. At least over 1,5, but most probably over 2,5. We also believe that Leicester will manage to avoid defeat in front of their home fans, so 1X is another smart bet.

The “both teams to score “ bet is also recommended here, since we expect to see an open game with lots of action at both goals.

Total Goals – Over 2.5 @  1.95 or 19/20

Both Teams To Score – Yes @  1.76 or 10/13  with 138

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