These two have been undoubtedly the best teams outside the ‘Big Six’ over the last season and a half, with the latter nailed on to be the first side to break that mould since they did so with Southampton in 2015/16, though Wolves will likely join them in that achievement too.
The hosts are not enjoying their best run of the season, winning just the once since taking down Man City after Christmas, while they even went two goals down in that victory over Southampton and would sit in the relegation zone based on form over the last six matches.
They’re actually ninth in the table, though they’re only four points off fifth with a game in hand, so they’re not yet off the pace, though against Leicester they could very easily fall behind.
Indeed, five of Wolves’ eight victories this year have come against the current bottom five in the table, as their double over Man City remain their only results worthy of note.
Up against the top 12 the midlands club are just W2-D8-L5, and although it seems Nuno Espirito Santo has Pep Guardiola’s number, he can’t quite get to grips with the other big managers so we’re astounded to see them favourites here, even if it is on home soil.
Wolves And Leicester To Draw
Brendan Rodgers’ men have hit a slight dip in form themselves, going W3-D2-L4 over their last nine matches as the goals seem to have dried up for Jamie Vardy, who is enduring his longest barren spell under new management.
In fact, over the last eight matches, Leicester have hit the biggest dip in form across the league when compared to their season long success, averaging just 1.25 points per game compared to 1.96 season wide.
With neither side high on confidence at the moment the draw seems a likely outcome, especially considering that was the outcome in the reverse fixture on the opening day.
Both Teams To Score
Despite not quite picking up the results they’re after, the Europa league side haven’t had an issue in front of goal.
Only away at Old Trafford, Anfield and the King Power have Wolves failed to register on the scoresheet in their 25 games this season, while Leicester have scored in 11 of 12 games on the road this year, only drawing a blank at Old Trafford.
With that in mind, the both teams to score market looks appealing considering it’s come off in 10 of 12 matches at this venue all season.
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