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Leicester – West Ham Free Betting Tips

Leicester reached the second half of the standings after the last results of the championship. The “foxes” can tick off their first home success following the Leicester-West Ham duel.

Brendan Rodgers’ side played in the away round in England with Liverpool away. The game played at Anfield was won by the “Cormorants” 2-0. Liverpool dominated the duel with Leicester, and the goals of the match were managed by the Portuguese Diogo Jota, in the 34th and 87th minutes.

Leicester also suffered a drastic defeat in the FA Cup, where they lost 4-1 to second-placed Notthingham Forrest. The goals of the “foresters” were scored by Zinckernagel, Johnson, Worall and Spence, while for the “foxes” Iheanacho scored.

Leicester played in their most recent home game on January 23, when they played Brighton & Hove Albion. The match at King Power Stadium ended in a draw, score 1-1. Zambian Daka opened the scoring in the 46th minute, but Welbeck equalized in the 82nd minute.

The team prepared by Rodgers also lost by 2-3 and the confrontation with Tottenham, played on January 19. Daka and Maddison were the markers of the “foxes”, while Kane and Bergwijn (double) turned the result in favor of the guests. In fact, the Dutchman Bergwijn scored twice in the last two minutes of the match.

Leicester are 12th in the Premier League with just 26 points in 21 games. The Foxes are just nine points ahead of Norwich, the first team to be relegated.
West Ham is second in the fight for the European Cups. The “hammers” are qualified in the eighth Europa League and are fighting for the fourth place in the Premier League. The team coached by David Moyes can tick the second success in a row in the league following the duel Leicester – West Ham.

West Ham played in the intermediate round against Watford, a relegation team. It ended 1-0 for the hosts at London Stadium. Jarrod Bowen unleashed a swerving effort from the right that the visitors’ keeper did well to tip wide.

Earlier, the “hammers” played in the fourth round of the English Cup against the Kidderminster amateurs. West Ham advanced to the eighth after a hard-fought victory, 2-1 after extra time. The home team opened the scoring in the 19th minute, but Rice equalized in the 90th minute. Bowen was the “hero” of West Ham, who managed to bring the qualification with a goal in the 120th minute.

Prior to winning at Watford, West Ham had conceded two defeats in a row. Moyes’ side had lost 1-0 at Manchester United, 1-0. Marcus Rashford scored in the 90th minute.

The “hammers” had also lost 2-3 to Leeds. Harrison scored a hat-trick for Leeds, while for West Ham Bowen and Fornals scored.

West Ham are fourth in the Premier League, with 40 points after 24 games. The team coached by Moyes has an advantage over Arsenal and Manchester United, with the mention that the “gunners” have two games less.


Author: Jim Rogers