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Report | September 17
6 - 2
|Harry Kane 8||Youri Tielemans 6 [PK]|
|Eric Dier 21||James Maddison 41|
|Rodrigo Bentancur 47|
|Son Heungmin 73, 84, 86|
This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Youri Tielemans began the scoring by capitalising from the penalty spot for Leicester in the 6th minute. After the first goal, Tottenham responded in a big way, with a 6 goal barrage. Leicester added another goal, but it was not enough as Tottenham took the three points.
Ivan Perišić continually probed down the flank, getting 7 crosses into the box, while Rodrigo Bentancur put on a show, intercepting the ball 4 times. The Foxes can take confidence from their superior passing game, completing 614 passes compared to Spurs' 465.
It's another win for Tottenham as they make it two on the bounce. Meanwhile, Leicester's losing streak continues.
|Son Heungmin||Rodrigo Bentancur|
|3 goals scored||Assisted 1 goal|
|Took 4 shots (1st on their team)||4 interceptions (17th in the Premier League)|
Next up, Tottenham meet Arsenal for the latest in a long line of grudge matches on Saturday, October 1st. While Leicester take on Forest in a bottom-of-the-table dogfight on Monday, October 3rd. Can Spurs make it three wins in a row? Will the Foxes halt their terrible form?
Preview | September 17
Ending a string of five Premier League defeats might be on the cards for Leicester as they head to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with dreams of getting one over on Tottenham. A good result here and Spurs could move ahead of Man City and take 2nd spot. Tottenham should feel that type of performance is within their grasp, as they defeated the Foxes 3-1 in their last league meeting.
Confidence is high in the Tottenham dressing room. They come into the match on the back of 3 wins out of their last 5. With an average of 1.6 xG (expected goals) per game, Tottenham rank 8th in the league and they're clearly one of the most clinical sides in the league. Harry Kane will be leaned on for creativity. He has been a top playmaker, recording 12 passes into the box over the season (15th in the EPL). Emerson Royal will be looking to keep the pressure up after recording 1.4 tackles per match in their last 5.
Leicester come into this match in poor form and will be hoping they can break their losing streak in this match. Leicester have struggled to create and convert chances of late. In their last 5 matches, they have averaged just 7.6 passes into the box and scored only 6 total goals in this time. Following on from recent setbacks, James Maddison will be hoping he can continue to threaten the opposition goal. With 13 shots so far this season, he's had the most efforts for Leicester.
Prediction: Tottenham 1-0 Leicester
It looks likely to be a tight low-scoring affair, but home advantage could be enough to see Tottenham over the line.
Did you know? A 6-1 hammering by Tottenham in 2017 is the biggest victory for either team in the Premier League history of this matchup.
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Report | September 4
Brighton & Hove Albion
5 - 2
|Luke Thomas 10 [OG]||Kelechi Iheanacho 1|
|Moisés Caicedo 15||Patson Daka 33|
|Leandro Trossard 64|
|Alexis Mac Allister 71 [PK], 90|
This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Kelechi Iheanacho netted the first goal of the match for Leicester in the 1st minute after a set up by Patson Daka. After the first goal, Brighton responded in a big way, with a 5 goal barrage. Leicester added another goal, but it was not enough as Brighton took the three points.
Pascal Groß continually probed down the flank, getting 17 crosses into the box. The Seagulls had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 494 completed passes compared to the Foxes' 430.
Things look to be on the up for Brighton as they come away with all three points. Meanwhile, Things go from bad to worse for Leicester as they lose again.
|Alexis Mac Allister||Pascal Groß|
|2 goals scored||17 crosses (1st in the Premier League)|
|Drew 2 fouls (1st in the game)||6 corners won (2nd in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, September 10th. Brighton meet Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, while Leicester face Villa in a high-stakes showdown. Can the Seagulls win again? Will the Foxes halt their terrible form?
Report | September 1
0 - 1
|Jadon Sancho 23|
Jadon Sancho got the opener for Man United in the 23rd minute following some good work by Marcus Rashford. This lone goal proved to be the difference, as Man United took all three points from Leicester.
The Foxes had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 599 completed passes compared to United's 519.
It's more misery for Leicester as they lose again. Meanwhile, The wins keep on coming for Man United.
|David De Gea||Kiernan Dewsbury Hall|
|Earned a clean sheet||Blocked 2 shots (14th in the Premier League)|
|Saved 2 shots||Drew 3 fouls (23rd in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Sunday, September 4th. There's no let up for Leicester who face Brighton, while Man United take on Arsenal at Old Trafford. Can the Foxes halt their terrible form? Will United keep their great form going?
Report | August 27
2 - 1
|Raheem Sterling 47, 63||Harvey Barnes 66|
Raheem Sterling put Chelsea 1-0 up in the 47th minute. Chelsea's Raheem Sterling then added one more in the 63rd minute. Harvey Barnes got Leicester within one score with a 66th minute strike, but Chelsea held on for three points.
Kai Havertz was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls, and he was caught offside three times, preventing him from adding further gloss to the scoreline. For Leicester, Kiernan Dewsbury Hall pushed hard to create chances, but his 10 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Foxes had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 512 completed passes compared to the Blues' 446.
Chelsea get back to winning form. Meanwhile, it's more misery for Leicester as they lose again.
|Raheem Sterling||Harvey Barnes|
|2 goals scored||Had 3 shots on target (4th in the Premier League)|
|Took 3 shots (1st on their team)||1 goal scored|
Next up, Chelsea take on Southampton at St. Mary's on Tuesday, August 30th. While Leicester take on Man United at the King Power Stadium on Thursday, September 1st. Can the Blues win again? Will the Foxes halt their terrible form?
Report | August 20
1 - 2
|James Maddison 54||Che Adams 68, 84|
James Maddison netted the first goal of the match for Leicester in the 54th minute. Southampton's Che Adams then responded with a tying goal in the 68th minute. Adams then netted another strike in the 84th minute to give Southampton the win.
James Ward-Prowse posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses, although Mohamed Elyounoussi was a frequent offender, committing 6 fouls. For Leicester, Saints did a good job of cutting off the supply to Jamie Vardy, limiting him to only 11 touches. The Foxes moved the ball about nicely despite their loss, completing 218 more passes than their opponents.
It's another game, another loss for Leicester. Meanwhile, Southampton take the three points.
|Che Adams||James Maddison|
|2 goals scored||1 goal scored|
|4 crosses (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, August 27th. Leicester take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, while Southampton face Man United in a high-stakes showdown. Can the Foxes get out of this rough patch? Will Saints win again?
Report | August 13
4 - 2
|Gabriel Jesus 23, 35||William Saliba 53 [OG]|
|Granit Xhaka 55||James Maddison 74|
This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Gabriel Jesus netted the first goal of the match for Arsenal in the 23rd minute following an assist by Granit Xhaka. Following the initial score, Arsenal proceeded to add on 3 more goals, compared to Leicester's 2 as Arsenal took the three points.
Martinelli continually probed down the flank, getting 8 crosses into the box, and he was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. For Leicester, it was a frustrating game for Jamie Vardy, who only registered 17 touches of the ball. The Foxes had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 471 completed passes compared to the Gunners' 464.
It's another win for Arsenal as they make it two on the bounce. Meanwhile, Leicester's mixed form continues.
|Gabriel Jesus||Granit Xhaka|
|2 goals scored||Drew 2 fouls (1st on their team)|
|Had 3 shots on target (1st in the game)||1 goal scored|
Both squads play next on Saturday, August 20th. Arsenal have a mouthwatering clash with Bournemouth, while Leicester meet Southampton at the King Power Stadium. Can the Gunners make it three wins in a row? Will the Foxes improve their form?
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