🕗 Tuesday 25th of April, 20:00 GMT
Here we have a preview of this Premier League relegation six-pointer along with stats to help you with your bet builders and a couple of football betting tips that may interest you also.
On Tuesday night in the Premier League, we see 16th-placed Leeds take on 17th-placed Leicester at Elland Road. Both sides will be looking to get the three points which will go some way into helping them regain their Premier League status for next season.
Earlier this season the two sides met at the King Power Stadium. On that occasion, Leicester came out on top with a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Harvey Barnes and a Leeds own goal.
Leicester could be without a number of key players on Tuesday night due to injury.
However, Harvey Barnes and James Maddison are increasingly likely to return to the match-day squad after being back in training.
The Foxes could be without Jamie Vardy, Ricardo Periera, Jonny Evans and Ryan Bertrand, who are all doubts for this game against Leeds.
James Justin and Jannik Vestergaard will definitely not be included after the duo have picked up injuries that will see them out until the end of the season.
Leeds United are without Stuart Dallas who has been out for around a year after breaking his leg against Manchester City in April last year.
Tyler Adams is also out for the remainder of the season after he picked up a hamstring injury during training that led to him needing surgery in March.
In Leeds last Premier League game, they faced ninth-placed Fulham and lost 2-1.
They found themselves 2-0 down when an own goal gave Leeds hope but they couldn’t find the equaliser.
Leeds are now currently without a win in three matches and currently just above the relegation zone.
The Whites are now sat just one point above the bottom three and will be looking to return to winning ways against a relegation rival on Tuesday night.
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Leicester’s previous Premier League game saw the Foxes get their first win under the new reign of Dean Smith against Wolves thanks to a 75th minute goal by Timothy Castagne to give the Foxes a 2-1 lead in which they managed to hold onto to give them a vital three pointe.
The win against Wolves on Saturday pushed Leicester out of the bottom three and they now sit in 17th place.
Before their win against Wolves, the Foxes were without a win in nine games. This will need to drastically improve if they want to be playing top flight football next season.
Having a bet on the game? Here our football betting tips.
If you are interested in some football betting tips for this Premier League match, we have a couple below that might be of interest to you;
Having a bet builder on this fascinating relegation Premier League six-pointer?
What about over 2.5 goals in the game?
Brenden Aaronson to have more than 0.5 shots on target?
Both teams to score?
Over 9.5 corners in the game?
Jack Harrison to score?
You can get this as a 16/1 Bet Builder Accumulator with BetUK
Fancy Leicester getting their first away win under Dean Smith? Grosvenor Sport are offering 2/1 for a Foxes win.
If you fancy Patrick Bamford to score in back-to-back games, UNIBET have Bamford to score anytime at 2/1.
Our tip: Draw