Leicester (@1.66) vs Bournemouth (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

Leicester will win

Leicester – Bournemouth Match Prediction | 26-08-2019 10:00

The left back played for Wiener Neustadt and SV Mattersburg on domestic stage before securing a high-profile move to Bochum in the summer of 2008. Christian Fuchs is an Austrian defender born on 7th April 1986, who has gone on to become one of the most famous footballers in history of the national team. Fuchs played for VFL Bochum, Mainz and Schalke in Germany, putting in some strong showings, but it was a free transfer to then Premier League strugglers Leicester City that would make him a household name.

The hosts should have enough to secure the win though so were backing the home win and both teams to score bet atWilliam Hill. The Foxes have both scored and conceded in their last six Premier League games and Bournemouth are usually a good bet in this market too given their propensity for attacking football under Eddie Howe and it was perhaps no surprise that six goals were shared between the teams in the reverse fixture back in September. Both teams to score has been something of a banker bet in Leicesters recent games.

But things are starting to look up for them all over, and especially at home, under Rodgers. They have just 20 points so far from 14 matches, placing them in a lowly 14th place. They have won two in a row now there, helping erase the memory of the losses that piled up beforehand. This is a team that rarely were troubled at the King Power just a few seasons back on the way toward a famous, underdog title win, and they have fallen some distance back. At home, the Foxes have been below par for most of the season.

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The Cherries have taken 38 points from 31 matches, a great haul in truth that has ensured them safety without a shadow of a doubt, but they are a full three behind Leicester and six off the pace of Wolves. It would take some doing for them, in 12th place, to jump over all of those clubs and make up the points, too. In their last five matches, they havent shown the best of form with just one win and five points total. Bournemouth are still in the battle for that place as well, though they will have a little bit less room for error.

Bournemouth sit just three points behind the rivals amid a somewhat unpredictable campaign and travel to Leicester with four points in the bag after last two outings, where they snatched all three at Huddersfield and shared the spoils with Newcastle as they conceded a last-minute equalizer at home ground. Theyve been conceding many goals and this has been an obvious woe, which already has them searching for summer goalkeeper signing.

The 32 year old has found a new lease of life under Rodgers though, finding the net four times in four games since the Northern Irish managers arrival at the King Power, taking his seasonal tally to 12 goals in 27 Premier League appearances. Were backing him for a 13th here at11/10 withBet365. Leicesters star striker Jamie Vardy clearly didnt enjoy playing under Claude Puel and was occasionally even left out of the side in big matches, notably away to Tottenham Hotspur last month.

Very strong in defensive tasks and possessing an excellent left foot, Fuchs has contributed to quite a few goals his teammates have scored over the years, and he has also become an indispensable member of the Austria national team that secured their place at the Euro 2016 finals in France in style, earning over 70 caps in the process. The left-sided defender played an important role in the clubs transition from relegation strugglers to genuine title contenders, earning worldwide praise for his performances on the left hand side.

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With the home advantage, its no surprise that Leicester are favourites for the three points again in this fixture at odds of 5/6 withWilliam Hill. After a run of seven games without a victory saw them dismiss manager Claude Puel in February, new boss Brendan Rodgers has thus far guided his team to three wins in his first four games, including home victories against relegation-threatened Brighton & Hove Albion and Fulham.

Wes Morgan will also be a central figure. James Maddison has had a breakout season, and that seems to have continued under the watch of Rodgers, a manager known for bringing up youth talent. Hes been phased out of late for younger bodies, but the veteran defender will be called upon here. He comes into this one in good goal scoring form, too, having grabbed the winner against the Clarets. The Englishman scored in the win over Burnley last time out and also scored one of the consolation goals against Bournemouth back at the Vitality in September.

Leicester vs Bournemouth Match Prediction

The Cherries come into this match with a fairly poor record on the road. Its been either feast or famine for them as well, with none of their matches having ended in a draw as of yet. In 15 outings on the road, they have four wins and 11 defeats for a total of just 12 points, making them 16th if only away points counted. They have only three points from their last five road fixtures, but the good news is that they did get them in their last match. Thankfully their home form has been very good for a side of their stature, allowing them to stay alive comfortably. Though it must be said that it was against bottom side Huddersfield.

The split in quality from teams in the top six and the rest of the division appears to be quite a large one, but a cluster of teams are still clambering to finish in seventh place and the Foxes are among them. As things stand, the Midlands outfit sit in 10th place, but a win here could take them level on points with seventh-placed Wolves who take on Burnley at Turf Moor. Leicester are still in the hunt to be the best of the rest in the Premier League this season.

Form hasnt remained at a consistent level throughout the campaign though and the Cherries have now slipped to 12th place, although a victory at the King Power this weekend will take them level on points with Leicester and keep faint hopes of a top seven finish alive. Bournemouth started the season in magnificent fettle and looked like they might be one of the teams challenging for a seventh-placed finish and possible Europa League spot next year.