Leicester welcomes Slavia Prague at King Power Stadium for the return leg of Europa League round 32. Check out our tips, odds and match predictions in this pre-match review.
Leicester City vs Slavia Prague Top Free Betting Tips
To punters looking to place their bets on the match between Leicester City and Slavia Prague, the following table summarizes our top free predictions for the game:
- Harvey Barnes to score anytime
- Leicester City to win
- Over 2.5 goals
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Leicester City vs Slavia Prague Match Preview
After a barren draw in the first leg which was played in Sinobo Stadium, Prague-Czech Republic, Leicester is looking to capitalize on home advantage to progress to round 16. The bookies have Leicester at the favourites going into the final leg of round 32. In the first leg, both teams showed resilience with Leicester City dominating the first half with 60% and Slavia Prague dominating the second half with 53%.
In the first leg, Slavia Prague had three shots on target. Leicester had only 1 shot on target. Slavia Prague completed more tackles (20) compared to Leicester’s 14 and also intercepted 14 times against 11 interceptions for the English side. The home side had more corners (8) against the visiting team’s three corners. Moreover, Leicester picked more yellow cards in the first leg (3) against the home team’s one yellow card. Two of the yellow card warnings were issues to their midfielders Wilfred Ndidi and Youri Tielemans, which leaves the English side more exposed going into the second leg at home.
In the domestic league, Slavia Prague is topping the top with 52 points after 20 games and has not lost the last 12 games, which includes cup ties, league matches and UEL. With only 12 goals conceded in Czech Liga 1, Slavia Prague will be looking to maintain their good form. Slavia Prague has only failed to score once in the last ten games. The English side is equally having a good run in the English Premier League and looks set to challenge for the EPL title this season.
Sitting third on the EPL table with 49 points after 25 games, Leicester City has only lost once in the last ten matches, which came at home to Manchester City on January 31st 2021. In the group stages, Leicester City topped Group G with 13 points and 14 goals. They conceded five. Slavia Prague was second in group C with 12 points and 11 goals. They conceded 10 goals, 5 more than Leicester in the UEL group stage matches.
Given their penchant for scoring on the break, Leicester will be looking to capitalize on their counter-attacking prowess against Slavia Prague. It is why we backing the English side to edge out the visitor by a goal margin of one. We are also tipping a correct score of 2-1.
Top Betting Predictions for Leicester City vs Slavia Prague, UEL second Leg
The second leg match between Leicester City and Slavia Prague will be a tense one. However, after failing to find the next in the first leg, both teams will be looking to find the net at least once. We are tipping more than 2 goals.
We are tipping Leicester to win by at least one goal margin.
Half Time Result
Our prediction for the first half is a draw of 1-1 with both teams finding as both sides will be looking to capitalize on an early score after a barren draw in the first leg.
FAQs about Leicester City vs Slavia Prague
Which TV Channels Will Be Showing The Live Match In England?
Only licensed TV channels will broadcast the match live in England. Please check the press and posters for more information.
How Many Goals Has Leicester Conceded In The UEL Competition So Far?
Leicester has conceded 5 goals in the UEL competition, all of which were in the group stage.
Is Jamie Vardy A Favorite To Win The UEL Golden Boot This Season?
No, Jamie Vardy is among the least favourites to take the golden boot award.
Which Team Had The Most Yellow Cards In The First Leg?
In the first leg, Leicester picked the most yellow cards (three yellow cards)
Which Leicester Player Has The Most Goals In The UEL?
Midfielder Harvey Barnes is Leicester’s leading goalscorer in UEL with 3 goals.