FROM NOVEMBER 1995 Huddersfield can not beat Leicester.
Then Terriers won 3: 1, later both clubs in league matches met 10 times and only once Huddersfield managed to draw, in the remaining 9 matches the top was Lisa. The series takes even longer because the Terriers could keep a clean sheet in meetings with the Foxes – it has been going on since November 1987. Considering how both teams are now available, we can assume that both series will be upheld.
- Huddersfield – catastrophically working on his John Smith’s Stadium, he lost 8 of the last 9 Premier League matches, and in none of the last 21 league games at home, the Terrans could not score more than one goal. Stevie Mounie is the only Terier player who scored more than one goal against his own fans (2). In the last 19 games Huddersfield scored only 4 points, hence it is no surprise that as the second club in the history of the Premier League in March he lost the chance to remain in the elite. The participation of Philip Billing, Laurent Depoitre, Isaac Mbenza and Terence Kongolo is uncertain. Adam Diakhaby, Demeaco Duhaney and Abdelhamid Sabiri are injured. Matta Daly, who is ill, will not play.
- Leicester – this team is very effective in delegations. Only once this season could not score a goal outside his home, it was at Selhurst Park (0: 1 from Crystal Palace). Leicester led by Brendan Rodgers won three games in a row, which is the best series of this team from December 2017. Possible win will allow Leicester to jump to the seventh place in the table, as Wolverhampton from Watford play the match in the FA Cup. After suspension, Harry Maguire returns. Daniel Amartey and Marc Albrighton are injured.
Forecast: in line with Lisa’s expectations, they were revived under Brendan Rodgers, they won three games in a row, they are on a wave and they go to Huddersfield for a set of points. Terriers throughout the season scored only 7 goals! Huddersfield has already dropped into the Championship, Leicester still believes in the end of the competition in seventh place. Bookmakers quite favor the band of guests, which is not surprising. In live bets I recommend playing corner kicks. It is worth noting that only Manchester City and Liverpool are doing more corners than Leicester this season. Under Rodgers, Jamie Vardy, who scored 5 goals in the last 5 appearances, was definitely revived. Proposed bets: Leicester victory – odds 1.72 / Vardy to score – odds 2.2 / exact score 0: 2 – odds 7.1.