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Leicester and Newcastle face off at King Power Stadium on this match of the 35th round of the Premier League.

The head to head history favors the visiting team. Newcastle records 5 wins on the last 9 matches between them against only 1 win of the home team.

We should mention that the last match between the two ended on a 1-0 win for Leicester with Ulloa scoring the winning goal.

The main tendency of the encounters between the two teams is the low number of goals scored. The last 4 matches all ended with an Under 1,5 score line.

Analysis of Leicester City

The “Foxes” have a very interesting recent history, they have 4 wins on their last 5 matches, the last one against the all-powerful Mourinho’s Chelsea.

Leicester is currently 17th with 31 points, only 1 point above the relegation line making every match for them going forward a true final.

A very relevant statistical point tells us that of the last 8 matches at King Power Stadium only 2 had more than 3 goals. From this we can infer about the close out defence that the home team applies and about their offensive troubles.

The most critical time for the home team is right after half time having conceded 5 goals to their opponents on this timeframe.  


Confirmed Lineup: K. Schmeichel, W. Morgan, M. Wasilewski, R. Huth, M. Albrighton, M. James, E. Cambiasso, L. Ulloa, J. Vardy, J. Schlupp, R. Mahrez.
Coach: N. Pearson.

Analysis of Newcastle United

The “Magpies” are riding a 7 game losing streak spelling putting them squarely on the 14th place of the table with 35 points.

Although they are still 5 points above the relegation zone the visiting team will have to change their ways if they want to stay on the Premier League.

We can explain this Newcastle poor form with the extensive number of injuries they have been suffering, this next match is no exception.

The visiting team tends to relax too much on the opening stages of their matches having conceded 12 goals on this period while scoring none.


Confirmed Lineup: T. Krul, M. Williamson, D. Janmaat, F. Coloccini, P. Dummett, R. Taylor, M. Sissoko, J. Gutiérrez, J. Colback, E. Rivière, Ayoze Pérez.
Coach: A. Pardew.

Betting suggestion:

On this match we expect that the second half will be much more intense than the second. Looking at the statistical data for both teams, the way they tend to approach their matches and their need for points we expect a very low action first half with much more intensity being displayed after the break.

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Premier League - 2014/2015

  • 100% 380 / 380 Games

  • Home team wins 45.26%
  • Draws 24.47%
  • Away team wins 30.26%
  • Over 1.5 71.58%
  • Over 2.5 48.42%
  • Over 3.5 26.05%
  • Goals 975
  • Goals /match 2.57
  • Goals /match home 1.47
  • Goals /match away 1.09
  • Both teams score 49.21%
  • Goals after 80' 15.59%
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