Leicester City vs Watford – 101 Great Goals prediction: Leicester 2-1 Watford
These two sides begin the weekend separated by just two positions in the table.
Four consecutive clean sheets for the Foxes means they head into this one in slightly better form than their opponents.
Leicester vs Watford: Who will win?
Leicester are clear favourites at 5/6 to win this Premier League match.
Watford are rated at 7/2 for the victory on Saturday at the King Power.
Jamie Vardy is an attractive looking 10/3 to score the first goal. Riyad Mahrez is 5/2 to score against Watford anytime.Claim a £20 free bet on Leicester vs Watford with Paddy Power.
Leicester vs Watford: Premier League preview
Leicester City host Watford at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Leicester extended their unbeaten run to four matches on Tuesday night after beating Fleetwood Town 2-0 in their FA Cup third round replay.
Kalechi Iheanacho scored a brace as Claude Puel opted for rotation.
Last weekend the Foxes held Chelsea to a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge; a result which leaves them 8th in the table.
Watford: One win in their last 10 matches
Watford came back from 2-0 down last weekend to draw 2-2 against Southampton. Andre Gray pulled one back for Watford in the second half before Abdoulaye Doucoure netted in stoppage time (with his hand) to earn a point.
The draw will give Marco Silva’s side some confidence, although they’ve only won one of their last 10 league matches.
Watford won the reverse fixture 2-1 on Boxing Day at Vicarage Road. Riyad Mahrez opened the scoring before Watford turned things around through former Leicester player Molla Wague, and an own goal from Kasper Schmeichel.Claim a £100 bet on Leicester vs Watford with Royal Panda
Leicester team news vs Watford
Puel has rubbished reports that Riyad Mahrez could be leaving the club this month, with the Algerian captaining the Foxes in midweek.
Robert Huth, Danny Simpson and Matty James are all doubts for Saturday, with the latter the most likely to make a recovery.
Ben Chilwell returns from suspension, Christian Fuchs could keep his place at left-back.
Watford team news vs Leicester
Nathaniel Chalobah is still a few weeks away from returning from a knee injury, as is Isaac Success.
Craig Cathcart and Will Hughes, however, have a slight chance of recovering from their knee problems.
Younes Kaboul, Miguel Britos and Kiko Femenia remain sidelined.
Marco Silva will be hoping that Tom Cleverley’s hamstring strain is not too serious.Claim a £30 bet on Leicester vs Watford with Dafabet
Leicester predicted line-up vs Watford
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