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Leicester vs Leeds in the Premier League on Mar 5. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Leicester vs Leeds in the Premier League on Mar 5. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

After getting the better of Burnley on Tuesday night, Leicester have put an end to their unwanted run of Premier League results and after earning a first league win in six, they also moved up to 12th in the table.

A position that Leeds would love to find themselves in and with Marcelo Bielsa no longer the chief steward at Elland Road, Jesse Marsch has been tasked with keeping the club in the Premier League.

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If there is one thing that Jesse Marsch has been bought in for, it is a new manager bounce at Elland Road and with Leeds conceding goals with reckless abandon during February, that is the first thing the American must put a stop to.

Because if Leeds are to have any chance of survival this season, they must stop the leaks in defence and although they still have key personnel out injured, those who are available must start to prove their worth.

Personally, I always love to back the new manager bounce and therefore, backing Leeds in the Double Chance market (avoid defeat) on Saturday at odds of 21/20 (LeoVegas), is certainly worth logging on to the best betting sites online.

Leicester Form, squad news, opinion

Before Tuesday’s trip to Burnley, you could argue that the only thing keeping Brendan Rodgers in gainful employment, was the fact that Leicester are still a going concern in the Europa Conference League.

However, the pressure would have certainly lifted from Rodgers’ shoulders on Tuesday night and with the Ulsterman masterminding a 1-0 win over Burnley, it means that Leicester avoided being pulled into this season’s relegation battle.

While with the Foxes lying 12th in the table, there is a question of what comes next for the King Power Stadium outfit and with nothing to play for on a domestic front, the final third of the season could well peter out.

A position that although is welcomed to a degree, is also the position that conversely you do not really want to be in. If only because, it then becomes harder to motivate a group of players with nothing to play for at the end of the season.

Something that the Leicester boss will certainly be aware of and now he must face the balancing act of trying to land success on the continent, while finishing as strong as possible in the Premier League.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Leeds, it is still the same trio of long-term absences that manager Brendan Rodgers has to contend with and that means Jamie Vardy, Jonny Evans and Wesley Fofana are still unavailable for selection.

Leeds Form, squad news, opinion

After suffering a thrashing at the hands of Tottenham last Saturday, the Marcelo Bielsa era at Elland Road has now come to an end and after conceding 20 league goals in the month of February, the writing was always going to be on the wall.

Writing that ultimately told Bielsa he was fired by Sunday lunchtime and with Leeds then without a manager, the board had to act quickly. An act that saw Jesse Marsch installed as the new boss.

Not quite the firefighter that many were expecting and although it is not the usual safe pair of hands at this point of the campaign, it is certainly something of a gamble and we will only know if the gamble pays off at the end of the season.

Because the remit for the former RB Leipzig manager is simple and it is one where the American has to keep his new charges in the Premier League. Do that and the sacking of Marcelo Bielsa will be justified.

Then again, failure to arrest the slide of this current Leeds side and many will wonder both connected and unconnected to the club, just why the legendary Argentine was given his marching orders.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Leicester, new manager Jesse Marsch will have the same issue as his predecessor and that means the continual absences of Patrick Bamford, Kalvin Phillips, and Charlie Cresswell.


When it comes to the history of these two clubs, it has been a largely even affair and with Leeds just edging matters in terms of victories, Leicester will look to edge closer to their Yorkshire counterparts at the weekend.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Leicester have won on 44 occasions, Leeds 48 and there have been 34 draws

About the Venue

When it comes to the King Power Stadium, it is a ground that grew in prominence during the 2015/16 season and for those with short memories, this was the campaign in which Leicester won a first ever Premier League title.

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 looking at the Premier League relegation odds, Leicester are not a team that you would back and especially after their win over Burnley on Tuesday. Which means your focus on Foxes, should be for this weekend only.

While when it comes to Leeds in the same market, they are perhaps a more tempting option and if they were to lose at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, their odds would only shorten further.

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