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Leicester vs Aston Villa football predictions & betting tips

With 3 wins from their opening 3 games, including a 7-2 demolition of champions Liverpool, [team 15] will be in confident mood approaching this Midlands derby. But [team 42] have also had a good start to the season and despite their shock defeat to [team 1] last time out, The Foxes are predicted to get back to winning ways in this fixture which is reflected in them being odds on in the 3-way result markets. Aston Villa have had just one away fixture so far in the league, a comfortable 3-0 win at lackluster Fulham side who are yet to register a point.

The Villains’ other victories have come against also-pointless Sheff Utd and that bizarre win against Liverpool so it’s difficult to grade their start to the season and this game against a strong Leicester side looks likely to take the wind out of their sales. Leicester are given a 52% chance of victory and BTTS is rated at 54% so BTTS and a home win looks a decent bet and it’s currently available at 9/4. Leicester are given a 51% chance of scoring over 1.5 goals compare with Villa’s 29% chance and for correct score punters the 2-1 home win is an attractive 7/1.

Leicester vs Aston Villa value bets

Where to find the head to head statistics, standings, live commentaries and past fixtures? You can access the details of the Leicester vs Aston Villa fixture via the prediction tab in match details or through the forebet section. The predictions are being calculated with sophisticated self learning algorithms delivered by real data scientists.

To spot a value bet, we are comparing our predictions of [fixture 16924639] with the odds of some of the best bookmakers. Please note, the odds of your bookie might be different and make sure to check the sports betting academy before betting real money. Not betting on this match? Make sure to check the all football games to decide better.

Leicester are given a 52% chance of victory and both teams to score is rated at 54%

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