PSV v Leicester City: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
A spot in the Conference League semi-final is up for grabs when PSV host Leicester City on Thursday evening.
PSV vs Leicester City: Betting Tips
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PSV vs Leicester City: Predictions
PSV vs Leicester City: Predictions
|BTTS?||Yes||8/11 with SBK|
|Correct score||1-1||31/5 with SBK|
|First Goalscorer||Kelechi Iheanacho||8/1 with Bet365|
PSV have enjoyed one win and one draw this season in their two previous Conference League contests at the Philips Stadion. PSV will be out to prolong a seven-match home unbeaten streak (six wins and one draw) in all competitions. Roger Schmidt’s men have been difficult to score against in recent Conference League play, as they haven’t allowed a goal in their last 192 minutes of play this season, dating to a Pep Biel finish in their round of 16 draw against FC Copenhagen. Two players have impressed for them in the Conference League this season. Cody Gakpo and Eran Zahavi are the team’s joint top scorers with three goals. Gakpo and Zahavi also share the same number of match-opening goals with one each. In their last six matches in all competitions, PSV have won four and drawn two. They scored 15 and conceded three in that period, scoring first in four of the six contests.
As for Leicester they have one win and one loss away from King Power Stadium in the competition this season across two contests. The Foxes are on a three-match away winless streak (one draw and two losses). That being said, James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have been leading lights in attack, both come into this fixture on the back of each scoring twice in this season’s competition. On the road Leicester have one win and one loss away in two away games. . The Foxes are on a three-match away winless streak (one draw and two losses). Leicester have also won two, drawn two and lost two in their last six. They scored six and conceded seven in that stretch, netting first in three of the six. Most of their goals (four) came in the first half.
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PSV vs Leicester City: Match Stats
PSV have only lost one of their last 10 home games in the knockout stage of European competitions (which includes four wins and five draws) but have won none of their last 11 home games played in the quarter final stages (the remaining games ending in six draws and five losses). PSV forward Cody Gakpo has been involved in nine goals in his last six starts at Philips Stadion in European competitions (excluding qualifiers), scoring six and assisting three
As for Leicester City they have won none of their five away games played in the knockout stage of European competitions, failing to score in three of those games. Wesley Fofana has won 10/10 duels in the first leg against PSV, the joint-most for a player with 100% duel success in a Conference League game this season (also Marseille’s Valentin Rongier against Basel), and also made six interceptions, only three players have tallied more in a game in the competition; Fofana scored Leicester’s sole goal in their last away game in the Conference League (against Rennes).
PSV vs Leicester City: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: PSV 1-1 Leicester City
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PSV vs Leicester City: Odds
PSV vs Leicester City: Head to Head
PSV and Leicester City drew 0-0 their only previous encounter in European competitions, in the first leg of these quarter finals, this was Leicester’s third only goalless draw in Europe and their first one at home while being PSV’s 41st 0-0 draw in all European competitions (including qualifiers), joint-second highest tally of any team.