Leicester produced their performance of the season last time out to defeat Liverpool 1-0 thanks to an Adeloa Lookman goal. It continues their mixed run of form that has seen them win three, draw two and lose three of their last eight. They sit ninth in the Premier League table and have been involved in goals with six of their last seven going over 2.5 goals. At home, the Foxes have won three successive games scoring nine goals in total keeping clean sheets in their last two.
After a promising start under Dean Smith things have gone sour for Norwich who lost 3-0 at Crystal Palace last time out with all the goals coming in the first-half. The Canaries will be glad to end December as they lost all five played that month and failed to score. They are bottom of the table but given the struggles of others are actually only three points from safety. On the road, the East Anglian outfit have lost their last two by the same 3-0 scoreline.
Leicester vs Norwich: Match Stats
The hosts are coming into form and should have few problems seeing off a Norwich side who look badly out of their depth at the moment with injuries destroying a squad that is not so strong. Back a Leicester victory but get a little extra on the price by taking them to win to nil as the Canaries are without a goal in five.
James Maddison went off with a knock against Liverpool but before that was the best player on the pitch. The Englishman is a confidence performer and right now his confidence is high and his price is too large to net against his former club.
28 August 2021- Norwich 1-2 Leicester
28 February 2020 – Norwich 1-0 Leicester
14 December 2019 – Leicester City 1-1 Norwich
27 February 2016 – Leicester City 1-0 Norwich
3 October 2015 – Norwich City 1-2 Leicester
18 February 2012 – Norwich City 1-2 Leicester
The Foxes have a good recent record against the Canaries winnng four, drawing one and losing only one of their last six. The reverse fixture came at the end of August and Leicester won 2-1 thanks to a goal each from Jamie Vardy and Marc Albrighton. Teemu Pukki has two in the last three head-to-heads while Vardy has two in the last five meetings.