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Everton VS Leicester City, over 2.5 goals

ENG LCEverton VS Leicester City, over 2.5 goals

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Posted Wed, 18 Dec 2019 09:40:43 GMT        

Match Time:12/19/2019 03:45 Thursday(GMT+8)

England League Cup -- Everton VS Leicester City

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Everton: A point at Manchester United ( Recent Form: L L L W D )

At Everton they don't have a new trainer yet and that means that Duncan Ferguson is also sitting on the couch against Leicester City. Ferguson, 47 years old, played more than two hundred games in Everton's shirt and won the FA Cup in 1995 with The Toffees. The current Everton interim manager therefore knows what it feels like to win a cup tournament, although winning the Carabao Cup is probably not very high on the wish list of many Everton supporters. There are still three top clubs in the quarterfinals and the chance is therefore not so great that Everton will win the Carabao Cup. Moreover, The Toffees first have to deal with Leicester City. On Sunday afternoon, Everton cleverly made a point to visit Manchester United: 1-1. A week and a half ago, Ferguson won with Everton from Chelsea (3-1) and the supporters are very satisfied with their interim manager. With the draw at Manchester United, The Toffees have been able to increase the lead on the relegation zone a little further and with Arsenal at home there will be another difficult duel for Everton this weekend.


Leicester City: End of a series of nine games ( Recent Form: W W W W D )

Leicester City is working on a great season in England. The Foxes are therefore in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup and in the Premier League we find Leicester in second place. The Foxes have collected 39 points in the Premier League and can rightly be called the big seasonal surprise. Moreover, Leicester City won nine of the last ten games and in that series, for example, they won 0-9 from Southampton and 2-0 from Arsenal. In that series of ten games, Everton was also beaten 2-1 by goals from Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho. The Nigerian only made the winning goal in injury time. Last weekend they had to settle for a point division at Leicester City. The competition duel with Norwich City ended in a 1-1 draw, meaning that Leicester City did not record the tenth victory in a row. Leicester City didn't play great against Norwich City, but in recent weeks the game of The Foxes has been disappointing. Nevertheless, it is of course incredibly impressive what Rodgers is doing with this Leicester City and the Leicester coach has already indicated that he is not at all in the lead. No, Leicester City will want to qualify for the Champions League and if that happens then The Foxes are already very satisfied.



After all, both teams play an important game in the Premier League on Saturday. So there is a good chance that both Ferguson and Rodgers will rotate in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup. In five of the last seven encounters between these two teams, three or more goals were scored, and also in this cup match between Everton and Leicester City, I do see value in over 2.5 goals. In addition, the players who normally sit on the couch - for example a Kelechi Iheanacho - will do everything to convince the trainer that they do deserve a basic place.


Everton - Leicester City

O/U Pick: Over 2.5 goals

Everton VS Leicester City, over 2.5 goals

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