Pre Match Leicester v Wolves

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Graz

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Just spotted they've only got 1 draw so far this season. 0-0 worth a bet for Sunday.

I'd go for a 1-1, but you could be right.

Wolves is a tough game. They've not been so good in an attacking sense this season, but think they've been solid defensively - won't be easy to break down.

I think they'll start Adama to get at our wing backs...
 

Jeff

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Head-to-head

  • Leicester have lost just one of their past 23 home league games against Wolves (W13, D9).
  • Wolves are winless in 10 top-flight away meetings since a 2-1 victory in December 1971 (D4, L6).
  • They have failed to score in six of their last seven top-flight matches at Leicester.
Leicester City

  • Leicester have won five of their opening seven top-flight matches in a season for the first time.
  • However, the Foxes could lose three successive home league games without scoring for the first time since 1983.
  • Their tally of 17 Premier League goals is bettered only by Tottenham's 18 prior to the weekend.
  • Leicester have the best shot conversion rate in the Premier League this season, scoring with 26.2% of their attempts.
  • Jamie Vardy has scored seven goals in six Premier League games this season, matching his total tally from the previous 19 matches.
  • However, Vardy has failed to score in 11 of his last 13 home league appearances and is yet to score in six league meetings versus Wolves.
  • Youri Tielemans has scored three Premier League goals this season. He finished with three goals in total in both 2018-19 and 2019-20.
Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • Wolves are unbeaten in four Premier League games (W3, D1).
  • Their tally of 13 points is a club record after seven fixtures of a Premier League campaign.
  • Wolves have kept a clean sheet in each of their past nine Premier League victories.
  • Raul Jimenez has scored half of Wolves' eight Premier League goals this season.
 

sparky79

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Stop Jimenez and Traore. Stop Wolves.
Oh, and close down Neves when the ball breaks from set pieces.
That's 80% of their goals. The rest of their goals are now at Spurs and Liverpool
 

SJN-Fox

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Referee: Anthony Taylor.
Assistants: Gary Beswick, Adam Nunn.
Fourth official: Peter Bankes.
VAR: Stuart Attwell.
Assistant VAR: Dan Cook.
 

Brown Nose

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I totally agree with OGS here. It's ridiculous. It is also worth pointing out that we have less time to prepare between our Euro match and the Wolves game than Man Utd had:

 

Skitzo

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I totally agree with OGS here. It's ridiculous. It is also worth pointing out that we have less time to prepare between our Euro match and the Wolves game than Man Utd had:

he has a 25 man squad and should have known if the gap was too short not to play Luke Shaw, its called squad management
 

fitz

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he has a 25 man squad and should have known if the gap was too short not to play Luke Shaw, its called squad management

Always need a wide gap to play Luke Shaw, amirite Jose? Eh?
 

fitz

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Hahahahahha at Fulham. ****ing hell lads. Michael Jackson will be moonwalking in his grave at that shit.
 

SJN-Fox

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Amazing isn’t it how Tottenham could go top but we could only go into the top two ...

From BBC ...

Spurs will go top with win at West Brom.

Leicester v Wolves (14:00 GMT) - Foxes could move into top two
 
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9Wolves914
10Manchester Utd813
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