Brighton vs Leicester: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview

Brighton vs Leicester: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview

Brighton and Leicester will be looking to bounce back from uninspiring results when they meet in the Premier League on Saturday at 8pm (UK time).

Brighton vs Leicester: Betting Tips

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Brighton vs Leicester: Predictions

Despite creating a host of chances, Brighton are without a win in their last five matches across all competitions since beating Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield, while the Seagulls have scored just two goals during that time. Graham Potter’s men are easy on the eye and play some extremely attractive football, but are struggling to put the ball in the net, and that is why they’re still only three points clear of the relegation zone following a 1-0 defeat to West Brom last time out.

But Leicester are in equally poor form, winning just one of their last five matches across all competitions in a run which has seen them exit the Europa League, while also seeing the gap between themselves and Chelsea in fifth cut to six points with the Blues holding a game in hand. That said, Brendan Rodgers’ men did beat Brighton 1-0 in the FA Cup just last month and are unbeaten against the Seagulls in their last eight meetings, dating back to April 2014.

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Brighton vs Leicester: Match Stats

Brighton are winless in all seven of their Premier League meetings with Leicester (D2 L5), failing to score on five occasions in this run. In fact, Leicester have faced Brighton without ever losing more than they have any other side in the Premier League (7 – W5 D2).

Kelechi Iheanacho has three goals in his past six games, including the winner against Brighton in the FA Cup last month.

Brighton have underperformed their xG by 14.98 so far this season, the highest of any Premier League side.

Leicester are unbeaten in their last 12 away games in all competitions (W7 D5), only having one longer away unbeaten run in their entire history, a 14-match stretch between April and December 2015.

Brighton have won just 10 home Premier League points this season (P13 W1 D7 L5), with no side collecting fewer this season. Eight of the previous nine sides in Premier League history to win one or fewer game in their first 13 home games in a season have been relegated, with Wigan Athletic in 2011-12 the only exception.

Brighton vs Leicester: Squawka Says

Scoreline prediction: Brighton 0-2 Leicester

Brighton vs Leicester: Odds

Brighton vs Leicester: Head to Head

10 February 2021 – Leicester 1-0 Brighton – FA Cup

13 December 2020 – Leicester 3-0 Brighton – Premier League

23 June 2020 – Leicester 0-0 Brighton – Premier League

23 November 2019 – Brighton 0-2 Leicester – Premier League

26 February 2019 – Leicester 2-1 Brighton – Premier League

Since Brighton reached the Premier League in 2017, Leicester have had their number, winning five of the seven top-flight clashes so far, with the other two ending in draws, while the Foxes also beat the Seagulls 1-0 in the FA Cup last month. The run comes after Brighton did the double in their final Championship season together, in 2013/14 as Leicester were promoted.


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