Leicester City vs Fulham: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Leicester City will look for an immediate return to winning ways when they host struggling Fulham in the Premier League on Monday at 5:30 PM (UK time).
Leicester City vs Fulham: Predictions
After a run of six consecutive wins across all competitions, the Foxes have gone off the boil slightly in their last two matches, losing 3-0 to Liverpool before drawing 3-3 with Braga in the Europa League.
That being said, Jamie Vardy did deliver a 95th-minute equaliser in Portugal after Leicester went 3-2 down in the 90th minute, so Brendan Rodgers will likely be at least happy that his team is displaying plenty of fighting spirit.
That is a quality which appears to be sorely lacking for Fulham right now, with the Cottagers sat in 18th place with just four points from their opening nine Premier League games so far.
Scott Parker’s side put in a spirited performance against Everton in their last match but couldn’t keep a lid on the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lein and James Rodriguez, ultimately falling to a 3-2 home defeat.
Can Leicester win to keep themselves in the Champions League places or will Fulham ease some of their early-season relegation worries?
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Leicester City vs Fulham: Match Stats
Jamie Vardy was involved in all three of Leicester’s goals the last time they faced Fulham in the Premier League, scoring two and assisting one in the Foxes’ 3-1 win in March 2019. The former England international was also on hand to salvage a late point in Leicester’s 3-3 draw with Braga in midweek — his 10th goal in 10 games this season.
Fulham have kept a clean sheet in 67% of their Premier League meetings with Leicester (4/6) but have conceded in each of their last two meetings. No side has allowed more goals in the English top-flight so far this season than Fulham (18).