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Everton vs Leicester: Betting tips, Match prediction and preview

The last results of [team 42] are not really convincing. From the last 3 matches in the [league 8] the team managed to gain only 2 points for 2 draws against much weaker opponents. Alarming is the number of scored goals in the mentioned clashes, which is only 1. On the other hand, even though losing to [team 18], the statistics of [fixture 12027463] suggest a clash of opponents with a similar strength. To see the details of the remaining fixtures please go to [fixture 11867524] and [fixture 11867528].

[team 13] started the resuming of the league with a 4:0 loss to Chelsea (details at: [fixture 11867508]) but then managed to gain a point against [team 8] and a win in [team 33]. Everton however managed to score the same amount of goals as Leicester and [coach 455800] can not be happy either. All mentioned statistics you will find in team details.

Everton vs Leicester value bet and betting tips

[fixture 11867541] is expected to be a highly tactical match with not many scored goals. 46% of punters expect a draw and a value bet can be found in the away win of Leicester. While some of the best bookmakers offer odds as high as 2.83, our prediction suggests fair odds being only 2.25.

The head to head encounters of both teams suggest a relatively high chance of scoring more than 2 goals, but the recent scoring potential suggests the opposite. To increase the chances we go for the Under 3,5 goals market since the bookie offers 1.4 odds.

You can access the details of the Everton vs Leicester match fixture via the prediction tab in match details or through the free football predictions section. The predictions are being calculated with sophisticated self learning algorithms delivered by real data scientists. We are comparing our predictions with the odds of a bookmaker. Please note, the odds of your bookie might be different.

46% of punters expect a draw and a value bet can be found in the away win of Leicester

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