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          Rotherham vs. Leicester Betting Tip

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          Match Result

          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


          40%

          Lei

          30%

          draw

          20%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


          40%

          Lei

          50%

          combined

          60%

          Wes

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          Leicester City

          West Bromwich Albion


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          Rotherham vs. Leicester Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Leicester City are hoping to maintain their 100% record in the Championship so far this season as they face a trip to Rotherham United this weekend.

          Rotherham United currently sit 22nd in the Championship with one draw and two losses from three games so far this season.

          The Millers began their season with a thumping 4-1 loss away at Stoke City before claiming a point in a 2-2 draw at home to Blackburn Rovers before falling to a 2-1 defeat away at Sunderland last time out.

          Rotherham were tipped by many to spend the entire campaign battling relegation and, unfortunately for Millers fans, it looks like that could be the case.

          Rotherham will be kicking themselves at having thrown a 2-0 lead away in their home game against Blackburn as the subsequent loss against Sunderland means they're now coming into this game devoid of any sort of momentum.

          They only won two games away from home in the league last season so their home form is effectively what kept them afloat, and looking at the early games of this season it feels as though we could see a repeat of that balance here.

          They're going to have to lean into that home form with everything they have here as they seek to get a result against the title favourites.

          Leicester City currently sit 2nd in the EFL Championship with three wins from their opening three games.

          The Foxes began their campaign with a 2-1 win over Coventry City before registering successive wins over Huddersfield Town, 1-0, and most recently Cardiff City, 2-1.

          Despite taking maximum points it's been a far from conniving start to the campaign for Leicester who've relied on fairly late goals to seal wins against sides expected to battle relegation this season - at least in the last two games.

          After Stephy Mavididi's goal sealed three points against Huddersfield with just fifteen minutes remaining it took an injury-time winner from Cesare Casadei to overcome Cardiff on their own patch last time out.

          Leicester have, along with Southampton, by far the most individual quality in the league and that allows them to swing tight games in their favour. However, by no means is Enzo Maresca currently getting the best out of the tools at his disposal as performances are clearly not aligned with quality that is on the field.

          Maresca will be pleased that on loan Chelsea midfielder Casadei scored on his debut and he'll be hoping his presence in the squad can hugely impact their promotion push.

          Where Leicester end up remains to be seen but as of now they do not look like a side ready to run away with the league despite having a 100% record.

          Rotherham isn't an easy place to visit but there's a huge disparity in player quality here so The Foxes should expect themselves to win this one.

          For our Rotherham vs. Leicester prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the away side.

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          Rotherham Team News

          Fred Onyedinma will be available for selection once again after serving his one-match suspension.

          Hakeem Odoffin will miss out after picking up an injury at The Stadium of Light last weekend while Grant Hall, Jamie Lindsay, Lee Peltier and Shane Ferguson will all be missing from the match day squad.

          Leicester Team News

          Conor Coady and Alex Smithies are both out injured for The Foxes who will likely field a similar XI to the one that started the win over Cardiff.

          Chelsea loanee Cesare Casadei could be in line for his first start for the club after scoring the winner last weekend.

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