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Of the three most recent meetings between the sides, Leicester have won two and the other ended level. If we look at the last five Premier League meetings held between them at the King Power though, things aren’t so rosy.
United have won three of them and the other two ended level. Leicester’s form isn’t the best of late too, they’ve only won one of their last five in all competitions. Comparatively, United have won two, drawn one and lost two.
At home, Leicester have won just one of their four times this season, drawing two and losing one. United have won two, drawn one and lost one of their four away games so far.
It’s hard not to see both teams scoring here. United have 14 goals over their seven Premier League matches, while Leicester have nine over their seven outings. Also, four of the last six meetings at the King Power have ended with Over 2.5 goals. Neither team can really boast about their defence abilities of late too, and of their last 10 combined matches only one match saw a clean sheet.
Motherwell have a terrible record at home to Celtic, they’ve not won a single meeting between the sides at Fir Park since 2013. They will, however, fancy their chances here as they’re in the superior form. The Steelmen have only lost one of their last six games, winning four and drawing one. Celtic have only won three over the same period.
However, the betting market though doesn’t give Motherwell much hope and Celtic are odds-on favourites to take yet another three points from Fir Park.
It must be mentioned too that this Celtic side has been full of goals in the league, scoring 19 over their eight games. For their part, Motherwell have netted 11 over their eight. Motherwell have been particularly strong at home, scoring at least two goals in four of their last five in all competitions. Goals are on the menu then here!
Lazio haven’t quite found their groove under Maurizio Sarri yet, but they’ve shown some glimpses of greatness. They’ve won three, drawn two and lost two over their seven Serie A games, scoring a very healthy 15 goals. However, they’ve conceded 12 in return.
Inter are still unbeaten in the league, winning five and drawing two of their seven matches. They’ve scored a mammoth 22 goals and have conceded eight. Four of the last five meetings at the Stadio Olimpico have seen Over 2.5 goals, and Overs has been seen in three of Lazio’s last five matches and in four of Inter’s. Both Teams to Score, along with the Overs is the way to go here!
Brentford will be hoping to add another high-profile scalp to their collection when the champions of Europe visit on Saturday evening. The home outfit have won three of their last five matches, drawing one and losing one.
Chelsea have won two, drawn one (winning it on penalties) and lost two over their five most previous fixtures. At home, Brentford have also won three, drawn one and lost one. Meanwhile, Chelsea on their travels have won three, drawn one and lost one.
The Bees have nothing to fear here and while Chelsea certainly had one of the best defences in Europe last season, they have conceded in six of their 11 this season. Brentford have found the net a total of 15 goals over their five home games so far this campaign. Both Teams to Score has plenty of value here.
Neither Lyon nor Monaco will be entirely happy with their respective starts to the league. Lyon have won three, drawn four and lost two league matches – scoring 14 and conceding 13. On the flip side, Monaco have won four, drawn two and lost three – scoring 14 and conceding 11.
With those records Both Teams to Score looks almost nailed on. Looking at the five most recent league meetings at the Parc Olympique, all five witnessed Overs landing and four of them saw Both Teams to Score occurring.
None of those five ended level with Lyon succeeding in four and Monaco one. Both Teams To Score No Draw is an option, but we have to mention that of their last 10 combined league games five have ended level and it’s a no go for us.
Lyon have scored seven second-half goals over their five home league games this season, while Monaco have grabbed four second period strikes over their four away league games. With those stats, we’re getting a great value for Both Teams To Score In The Second Half here.
15:00 Leicester v Man United: Both Teams To Score And Over 2.5 Goals
15:00 Motherwell v Celtic: Over 2.5 Goals
17:00 Lazio v Inter: Both Teams to Score And Over 2.5 Goals
17:30 Brentford v Chelsea: Both Teams To Score
20:00 Lyon v Monaco: Both Teams To Score In The Second Half
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