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Here are five football tips that Will Rook thinks you should consider for Leicester v Aston Villa on Monday night.


Both teams to score

BTTS has landed in 11 of Aston Villa’s last 12 matches, including twice against Manchester City and in their 2-1 win over Leicester in the EFL Cup in January.

Leicester have only failed to score in three of their 17 home games this season, with Manchester City and Liverpool among the exceptions.

Aston Villa to score first

Leicester aren’t in great form and laboured past Championship side Birmingham to win 1-0 in the FA Cup in midweek – their first victory in six – having failed to score in their previous three games.

Villa bagged the opening goal when these sides met in the EFL Cup, while they also scored first in their 3-2 defeat to Tottenham last month.

Mbwana Samatta to score

Samatta scored against Manchester City in the EFL Cup final last weekend and has got two in five since signing for Aston Villa in January.

The Tanzanian averages more shots per game (2.3) than any other Villa player and, given his club’s lack of striking options, is almost guaranteed to start.

Over 2.5 Aston Villa cards

Aston Villa accrued three bookings during the EFL Cup final last weekend for the third time in four games.

Dean Smith’s side rank fourth in the Premier League for fouls per game, so this looks a juicy price.

Under 1.5 Leicester cards

Leicester have the second-best disciplinary record in the Premier League, having picked up just 29 bookings in 28 matches.

Only four Foxes players have been cautioned in their last six league games at the King Power.


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