Everton (@2.38) vs Leicester (@2.8)
18-12-2019

Our Prediction:

Everton will win

Everton – Leicester Match Prediction | 18-12-2019 14:45

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Just like Everton, The Foxes were the unfortunate recipients of an unlikely defeat on Saturday as they lost 1-0 at home to Cardiff. Leicester sit just above their hosts in 8th position, with only a point separating the sides. This ended their winning streak much earlier than anticipated, especially since their 2 previous wins had come against Chelsea and Manchester City.

Leicester City vs Everton Head-to-Head Stats

Neither team are really bad enough to drop much further, but which is more likely to take up the mantle? Both teams are in the middle of the table already, and if they each don't find some way to be consistent, they are likely to remain there. As things look, it's the home side, who could just about pinch it. The head-to-head indicates this, and the PL record also does so. Expert Verdict: Across history, these two teams have been generally well-matched against one another. And this season, they also look like they are very evenly matched, too.

Their 1-0 win at Chelsea is the only exception to this, and that is the only time they have picked up points against a side currently in the top 10. Away from home they havent been at their best this season though. Leicester have won 4, drawn 2, and lost 4 of their 10 trips away in the Premier League, and all but 1 of their victories have come against sides currently in the bottom 5 of the table.

Leicester enter the weekend's action in eighth place in the current table on 12 points. They are only three points off Arsenal, who have the first Europa League place at the moment, but they aren't far from a slew of other teams racing to catch them, either. The Foxes have shown that they can play with any team any day, but they tend to very often match their opponent's level. That means they are capable of both the brilliant and the lamentable. An interesting note to look at is that they have four wins and three losses in their seven matches. So far, it has been feast or famine for them.

One of Walcotts biggest weaknesses are his height (only 173cm) and the fact he gets injured very quickly. During the World Cup in 2014 Walcott was injured. Despite his young age Walcott made his debut for the English national team in May 2006 and played for over 40 games in the national team already. Walcott won the FA Cup in 2013/2014 and 2014/15 with Arsenal and the Community Shield in 2015.

Leicester team news vs Everton

It is well known that Everton are a real force to be reckoned with at home and we believe that Marco Silvas men are going to emerge triumphant in Tuesdays football game at Goodison Park. Marco Silvas men are eager to get off to a flying start in 2019 and we predict that they will go all guns blazing at Leicester City. The Toffees have been having their ups and downs of late, but they sit in the top half of the standings ahead of the first game of the year. Everton will be aiming to make amends for a 1-0 loss to Brighton when they host Leicester City at their Goodison Park. The Foxes, on the other hand, registered two wins in previous three league fixtures, but their performance in the 1-0 loss to Cardiff City was anything but good.

They have conceded ten times in the league, which has resulted in five of their seven outings ending with at least three goals being scored. The hosts have scored in every one of their games this season, but their defence isnt exactly an immovable object either. Everton have seen five of their seven in the league hit three goals or more too, so were backing Over 2.5 Goals here along with a 2-1 win for the impressive looking Leicester.

They are in 7th position in the Premier League as well, and although there are nine points between them and 6th placed Manchester United, they arent out of the running just yet. This comes after a pretty dreadful portion of the campaign for them, but it finally looks like they are coming through the other side of that huge drop in performances.

Everton lost last time out too - their third defeat in four games - and both teams could cancel each other out here. Expert Verdict: Leicester's inconsistency was perfectly summed up by the fact they beat Manchester City and Chelsea and then squandered the chance to beat Cardiff - missing a late penalty before conceding an even later winner to lose 1-0.

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This ended their winning streak much earlier than anticipated, especially since their 2 previous wins had come against Chelsea and Manchester City. Just like Everton, The Foxes were the unfortunate recipients of an unlikely defeat on Saturday as they lost 1-0 at home to Cardiff. Leicester sit just above their hosts in 8th position, with only a point separating the sides.