Leicester welcome West Ham to the King Power Stadium this weekend, having lost just two of their last 15 home games in all competitions.
The Foxes have taken four points from matches against Tottenham and Manchester United in that sequence, and went all the way to penalties with Manchester City in the EFL Cup quarter final.
But, despite that impressive record, Claude Puel’s side are not untouchable.
The hosts have taken just one point from their last four league games, and haven’t won in five at home in all competitions.
So West Ham – who have only been beaten by Manchester City and Arsenal in their last five – are easily capable of claiming at least a point.
Regardless of the result, this fixture tends to provide plenty of entertainment, with both teams finding the net in nine of the last 11 meetings between the two.
So, given that there have been goals at both ends in all of the Hammers’ last six on the road and five of Leicester’s last six at the King Power, this game shouldn’t disappoint.
Goals have been evenly spread throughout the squad recently, but Marko Arnautovic stands out as the best bet to register for the visitors.
Four of Arnautovic’s last seven goals have come away from the London Stadium, and the Hammers’ top scorer has bagged three in his last six appearances.
And, just like last week, it’s also worth backing there to be fewer than 3.5 cards in the game.
David Moyes’ side have seen only seven yellow cards in their last six league matches, while Leicester’s players have been issued with just one card in their last three.
West Ham double chance and BTTS –
Marko Arnautovic to score anytime –
Under 3.5 cards –
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