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Leicester vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Leicester vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers will clash in a crucial Midlands derby that still sees both sides still well in the relegation battle as the Foxes sit in the bottom three and are still managerless in the final few Premier League games.

          Leicester are coming into this one down in 19th and with a gap of two points to make up on Everton in 17th. The managerless club have still won only seven games and lost the joint-most games in the division (20) and have let in 55 goals so far - only Leeds United Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest have conceded fewer.

          Leicester are coming into this one with a 3-1 loss to Manchester City last time out, as Kelechi Iheancho scored a goal against his old side. It was the fourth loss in a row for the club after also losing to Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and a bottom three battle with Bournemouth at the King Power Stadium.

          As for Wolves, they've rocketed away from the drop zone in recent weeks after a 1-0 win over Chelsea that saw Matheus Nunes score a stunning first half goal.

          The Midlands side then responded to this excellent win with a 2-0 victory over Brentford in the Premier League that saw Diego Costa score in his first Wolves goal before Hwang Hee-chan netted in the second half against the Bees.

          Wolves now sit above the bottom three by seven points, but a loss here to Leicester would bring the club right back into the thick of a relegation scrap. At the same time, only Everton and Nottingham Forest have scored fewer goals than Wolves' 26 this campaign, but they do have the second-best defensive record in the bottom seven after Bournemouth.

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          Wolves team news

          Wolves have struggled with injuries for a long time and they head into this onne with Diego Costa facing a late fitness test just days on from scoring his first goal for the club. Jonny Otto and Ruben Neves can return to the squad after suspensions kept them out of the last game. Boubacar Traore is facing a late fitness test before this game too. Sasa Kalajdzic is also out for the remainder of the season and will return in the summer.

          Leicester team news

          Leicester's injuries have got better in the last few weeks and the club could see Harvey Barnes come back into the side, but he does face a late fitness test soon after. Ricardo Pereira is likely still out for the season alongside James Justin. Ryan Bertrand is nearing a return but is unlikely to feature here. Kieran Dewsbury-Hall is OK to play after his suspension and we likely see Jamie Vardy start again with James Maddison.

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