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The up-and-coming World Cup is bad timing for Brendan Rodgers. Following a torrid start to the season, the Leicester coach seems to have his players back on the right track. In fact, following three wins from their last four games, the Foxes pulled clear of the relegation zone!

For the record, Leicester comes into this match on the back of beating Everton. In that match, Tielemans and Barnes scored goals at the end of each half for a well-deserved three points. In other recent matches, the visitors won 0-4 in Wolves and at home to Leeds. To make a long story short, only Manchester City stood in the way of a clean sweep and it could have been different!

Rodgers does have an additional player missing, with James Justin picking up a bad injury. Following a scan, it is thought that the 24-year-old is likely to miss the rest of the season. Other defenders Ricardo Pereira, Caglar Soyuncu, and Ryan Bertrand continue to be sidelined. 

Nevertheless, Timothy Castagne is fit, and Jonny Evans played a full 90 minutes against Newport. Along with Wout Faes and Luke Thomas, the aforementioned will make up a solid back four.

If we had to pick one Leicester player who has been spectacular of late, it’s got to be James Maddison. As a reward for his return to form, the playmaker has been called up by England. 

Meanwhile, West Ham progressed to the knockout (1/8) of the Europa Conference league. However, in midweek they were knocked out of the EFL Cup by Championship side Blackburn, and they lost their last two league matches. 

Last weekend, the Hammers lost a London derby at home to Crystal Palace. In that game, the Eagles might have needed a 94th-minute winner but they were the better team.

The East Londoners are definitely without Maxwel Cornet, and Emerson Palmieri is a slight doubt. No doubt, Thilo Kehrer, Craig Dawson, Kurt Zouma, Aaron Cresswell, and Lukasz Fabianski will be recalled into the starting XI.

To cut a long story short, we are big on the Foxes. If you feel brave, take them in the outright.

BET: LEICESTER +0.5 (double chance)

Odds: 1.80