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          Leicester and Over 3.5 Goals in match @ 4/1
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          Match Result

          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


          65.2%

          Lei

          18.7%

          draw

          46.7%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


          54.4%

          Lei

          51.7%

          combined

          48.9%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


          58.7%

          Lei

          51.7%

          combined

          44.4%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

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          PosClubPWDLGDPTS
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          Team logoIpswich
          4326116+3289
          2
          Team logoLeicester
          4228410+4188
          3
          Team logoLeeds
          432698+4287
          Last updated 14/04/2024

          Leicester vs Ipswich Prediction, Tips & Stats

          In the pick of the Football League matches this weekend, the Championship leaders Leicester City are set to host Ipswich at the King Power Stadium on Monday evening.

          After a highly impressive first half of their campaign, Leicester are currently sitting at the summit of the Championship and they have a seven point cushion between themselves and Ipswich behind them. The Foxes have gained 65 points from their 27 league games so far this campaign.

          Enzo Maresca’s side come into this weekend on the back of a good run of form which has seen his side win eight of their last ten games in all competitions. This run has included impressive victories over Cardiff, Huddersfield and Millwall.

          Last time out, Leicester recorded just their second defeat of the season as a lack of discipline cost them against Coventry. Trailing 1-0 at half-time and with Leicester down to 10 men, Coventry roared back in the second half to secure a memorable victory. O'Hare scored twice, while van Ewijk's screamer put the Sky Blues ahead.

          Ipswich currently find themselves in second position in the Championship, having amassed 58 points from their 27 league games so far this season. This has come following 17 wins, 7 draws and just 3 defeats.

          The Tractor Boys come into this weekend on the back of a disappointing run of performances which has seen them record just one victory in their past six league games. Notably, Ipswich were thrashed 4-0 by promotion-chasing Leeds United.

          Last time out, Ipswich got back to winning ways as they had to come from behind to beat Sunderland.
          Sunderland struck first in the 26th minute when Jack Clarke curled a stunning effort into the top corner, leaving Vaclav Hladky rooted to his spot. However, the Tractor Boys didn't take long to equalise, with Kayden Jackson heading home from close range just seven minutes later to restore parity.

          The second half was a tense affair, with both sides searching for the winner. Ipswich came closest in the 75th minute when Leif Davis' pinpoint free-kick found Conor Chaplin, who powered a header past Anthony Patterson to send the home crowd into raptures.

          The fixture of Leicester vs Ipswich has a long and storied history, with the two sides first having met in 1961 in the League division One. In total, these two sides have met on 71 occasions, with Leicester having won 26, there having been 18 draws and Ipswich having won 27.

          The Foxes have dominated this fixture’s recent history and have only lost one of the last eight meetings between the two sides, which have all been in the Championship. Leicester frequently score against Ipswich and have only failed to one in the last eight meetings of the sides.

          These sides met each other less than 3 weeks ago as a reverse fixture, in a game which finished 1-1.
          Leicester come into this match as home favourites and are currently priced @ 19/20, whilst an away win for Ipswich is currently priced @ 11/4 and a draw is @ 13/5.

          Leicester Team News

          Leicester have a number of absentees through injury and national duty. Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi will both be representing Nigeria in the Afcon whilst Patson Daka will be representing Ghana. Abdul Fatawu will be suspended after he picked up a red card in the game against Coventry.

          Ipswich Team News

          Ipswich have been dealt a massive blow as influential midfielder Massimo Luongo is expected to miss the game as he picked up an ankle injury in training. Elsewhere, Sam Morsy will be unavailable as he is representing Egypt at the AFCON.

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