Everton vs Leicester City
After a hard fought a 1-0 vìctory over Manchester United, Everton will be looking to escape the danger red line zone in the table when they host Leicester City in the Premier League round 30 of the season. The Toffees are eyeing their fourth victories in a row on home soil and, one thing is for sure for Everton, Frank Lampard’s men will leave their hearts on the field and paly to win. Mina remains in the recovery and treatment room alongside Townsend, but they should be the only absentees in the home Football team.
The Foxes head into the midweek game following a 2-1 defeat to Newcastle United. Jamie Vardy and Wilfried Ndidi remain on the sidelines with injuries and they will not take any part in this Mammoth football game, which is probably the main reason why we are going to put our cash and stake on Everton to win, who are fighting tooth and nail to secure the elite division survival this season in the English Premier League. Maddison is widely expected to return to Leicester City’s starting line-up and lead the attack.
PREDICTIONS both teams to score
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