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The Greek outfit head into this fixture with three defeats from their last four, as they were beaten at home by Panathinaikos at the weekend.
In Europe, they’ve lost four of five games as they conceded 13 times, though did find the net in three of these. They also beat Wolfsburg 2-1 in qualifying, while Leicester haven’t been keeping too many clean sheets.
Both Teams To Score
Brendan Rodgers’ men claimed a first victory in five last time out at Sheffield Utd, though it was far from convincing over the Premier League’s bottom side as Jamie Vardy’s late strike spared their blushes.
They failed to shut their opponents out in any of these games and continue to suffer with the absence of defensive-minded players.
Ricardo Pereira, Caglar Soyuncu and Daniel Amartey remain sidelined, while Timothy Castagne is a doubt, so the visitors will fancy their chances of grabbing a goal.
Leicester To Win And Both Teams To Score
AEK Athens have scored at least once in eight of their last nine matches in all competitions, and even if five of these were domestic encounters, 15 goals from their past seven outings is a decent return.
Still, from the group stages onwards, they’ve lost 10 of 11 European matches since 2018/19, though six of these came in the Champions League against Bayern, Benfica and Ajax. With that in mind, the home win and both teams to score appeals.
Leicester have in fact scored at least three times in three of their five Europa League games this term, averaging 2.4 per game.
They have a fair bit of depth to keep the attack fresh as the likes of Harvey Barnes and Cengiz Under were unused substitutes at the weekend, while Kelechi Iheanacho was only utilized from the bench.
Harvey Barnes To Score Anytime
Barnes has scored in two of his three starts in this competition and Iheanacho has three goals from four starts, but the former appeals more at the bigger price.
He’s also chipped in with a couple of goals last month against Leeds and Fulham, while there’s the possibility that Jamie Vardy could be preferred up front over the Nigerian as the Foxes look to ensure first place.