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Leicester vs Brentford in the Premier League on Mar 20. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Leicester vs Brentford in the Premier League on Mar 20. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

After what seemed like the start of a small resurgence at Leicester, the Foxes were beaten by Arsenal on Sunday and with that defeat, they missed out on a chance to move into the top-ten.

While this Sunday they play host to Brentford and with the Bees buzzing after back-to-back Premier League victories, it seems as if their relegation woes have lessened in the past fortnight.

  • Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the events will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.
Correct ScoreDraw 1-1
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1-1 Draw

After seeing their wings clipped last weekend, Leicester will look to return to winning ways at the end of this. However, they go up against a resurgent Brentford and such an act may be harder than first thought.

With the Bees managing to work their way out of a terrible winter slump, they now have the joys of spring to look forward to and when looking at all the best betting sites online, I have a feeling that there is value in them getting a result on Sunday.

While I have also opted for a certain result in particular and with the 1-1 draw currently paying odds of 6/1 (bet365) , it may be worth a punt in what is a rather reduced Premier League schedule.

Leicester Form, squad news, opinion

Although defeat to Arsenal last Sunday would have been frustrating, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers must remember that the Gunners are pretty much beating everyone right now and that defeat should not be an overall reflection of their current state of performance.

With that being said, recent victories over both Burnley and Leeds should be considered as routine wins and with a trip to Arsenal being a considerable step up in quality, it is quality that Leicester lacked at the weekend.

Admittedly, Leicester have been hampered by injuries this season and although this has been a visible point of frustration for Brendan Rodgers, it has also highlighted a cause for concern in the East Midlands.

Because when Leicester’s first eleven is fully fit, then the team has a greater chance of firing on all cylinders. While if you take a couple of cogs out of the machine, those chances drop considerably.

Something that Leicester have had to deal with for the majority of the season and with the supporting cast failing to do their job when needed, it has been responsible for their mid-table malaise during the campaign.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Brentford, the Leicester injury list just does not seem to be getting any shorter and with Jamie Vardy back on the treatment table, he joins Wesley Fofana and Jonny Evans as unavailable for selection.

Brentford Form, squad news, opinion

When this Premier League season began, not even the most ardent Brentford fan could have envisaged Ivan Toney in attack being fed a supply line by Danish international Christian Eriksen in midfield.

Then again, football is an incredibly strange beast and with the former Eriksen joining the West London outfit in January of this year, it was the next step on his remarkable return to action.

A return that had to be delayed due to an understandable lack of fitness and with the Dane now looking sharp and pulling the strings in the middle of the park, he has been the perfect foil to Toney in attack.

A foil that has allowed Toney to score five goals in the last two league outings and with the former Peterborough striker being responsible for every goal that Brentford have scored, he has almost singlehandedly delivered his side six points.

Six points that are massive in the context of this season’s relegation scrap and with Brentford now managing to pull themselves further clear of the fight below them, they will look to continue their positive momentum at the weekend.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Leicester, Brentford boss Thomas Frank has a clean bill of health, and this means his squad is fully fit before Sunday’s trip to the King Power.


When it comes to the history of these two clubs, there is not much of a storied rivalry and their only previous meeting in the Premier League was back in October 2021, as Leicester ran out 2-1 winners at Brentford.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Leicester have won on 14 occasions, Brentford 6 and there have been 10 draws

About the Venue

Although the King Power Stadium is not staging the best Leicester offering these days, it was home to their memorable Premier League title win in 2016 and that is a season, which will live in football immortality.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.


When it comes to the Premier League odds for a top-ten finish, Leicester are currently 4/7 in which to do so and although that is a rather short price, I feel that still needs an element of caution attached to it.

While when it comes to the Premier League relegation market, Brentford’s odds have increased over the past two weeks and if they can pick up at least a point on Sunday, then they will only lengthen further.

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