Leicester – Sunderland betting tips, preview and prediction 4 Apr 2017 - A rose has thorns, a cat has claws; certainly both are worth the risk!
England Premier League 4 Apr 2017 King Power Stadium
Leicester – Sunderland predictions for Tuesday’s England Premier League match at King Power Stadium. The Foxes will try to get fifth win in a row. Read on for live streaming info and our free predictions. Do you want to watch live streaming of Leicester – Sunderland and bet live? Go to bet365 Live Streaming and place winning bets!
Usefull stats<p>٠ Sunderland have not won 2nd half in 12 last games</p>
<p>٠ Sunderland have not scored in 5 last games</p>
<p>٠ Sunderland have not scored in 2nd period in 9 last games</p>
<p>٠ Leicester have won 4 games in a row</p>
Leicester – Sunderland betting preview
After Ranieri was sacked Craig Shakespeare took over as caretaker manager and beat 3:1 Liverpool in the first game! Soon he was named as new manager of the Foxes and became the only EPL manager to win his first four league matches and the first who ever to achieve 3 goals per game in his first three matches in charge! The Foxes won last game against Stock City 2:0 and it was a first clean sheet registered by them since 02 January 2017 after conceding 13 goals in their 8 previous matches. Four successive victories earned under the leadership of a new coach suggest that hosts are in a good form, but apparently, they still can be vulnerable in defense. They’re still not in a strong mid-table position, but Leicester have netted 11 goals in their latest four league matches and now ready to clash at King Power Stadium with the aim of winning a fifth consecutive match. The Black Cats will hope to break Leicester’s current unbeaten run. While hosts are now looking comfortable in mid-table Sunderland is having a terrible season and seems the most likely candidate to relegate from the EPL. Today is a big relegation battle for the guests, the win do not moved the team above the last place, but can give them hope. Sunderland have been beaten four times in last five league matches and have lost 12 away games from 15. The Black Cats have failed to score a goal in five rounds in a row and have failed to win since 04 February. Everyone is convinced that away from home they will struggle and loose again.
This is a huge game at the bottom of the table and it would be a risk to back Leicester to collect all three points here. Sunderland have won two, drawn once and lost three matches at King Power Stadium and could be able to hold the Foxes to a draw today, perhaps this is the last chance for the guests… Given the persistent nature of the hosts` problem in defense both teams will probably find the net.