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A Jamie Vardy and James Maddison inspired performance saw Leicester run out 3-0 winners against Brighton on Sunday night, though their visitors here also completed an impressive victory of their own as they overcame Chelsea at Goodison Park for third season in a row.
That win over the Seagulls was Leicester’s third on the bounce in all competitions, which is exactly the kind of run Brendan Rogers needed having gone four games without a win prior to Vardy’s late winner against Sheffield United and they now sit third in the league table.
They haven’t had the hardest fixtures so far though, facing each of the bottom eight in their opening 12 matches, and have actually gone W1-L3 up against top half sides like Everton this season, and while their victory came in impressive 5-2 fashion away at Man City, three of those goals were penalties, while those three defeats all come to nil.
Everton have drifted since their blistering start to the season in which they won their opening four matches as they’ve gone W2-D2-L4 since, though a win over a high-flying Chelsea side at the weekend would’ve done a lot for confidence.
While their form hasn’t been electric, they still sit in 7th place having picked up points against the bigger sides they’ve faced in Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool, so it wouldn’t exactly be a shock to see them pick up points again here.
Both Teams To Score
While Leicester go into the game as favourites, their record against the better sides in the division leaves the match winner very difficult to pick, though their may be value elsewhere.
Indeed, both these sides are seeing an average of 3.25 goals per game this season and it’s not hard to figure out why. The array of goalscoring talent on the pitch is difficult to argue with, as Dominic Calvert-Lewin remains the league’s top scorer, while Jamie Vardy’s credentials aren’t lost on anyone.
James Maddison and Richarlison aren’t exactly strangers to the scoresheet either, and there’s nothing outstanding about either defence to negate the chances of goals.
Only the bottom three, Brighton and Leeds have conceded more than the Toffees this season, while three of Leicester’s four clean sheets have come against bottom-six sides and with the attacking potency on display, we’re struggling to see how both teams wont score.
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Dominic Calvert – Lewin To Score Anytime
Calvert-Lewin s yet to go two games without scoring for his club this season, which just shows the level he’s been performing at, and he could cause the pairing of Wesley Fofana and Jonny Evans some issues at the King Power.
He’s scored six goals in as many away games this season, including four in his last three so he looks a very good price to get behind.