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    Premier League Leicester City vs Brighton and Hove Albion

    No fewer than seven of the first 11 games back saw no first-half goals with the matches involving both Leicester and Brighton being among them.

    It may well be worth backing a similar outcome here with 7/4 about the half-time scoreline being 0-0.

    The UK heatwave is due to arrive in time for this game with 26C expected at kick-off time in Leicester, conditions hardly likely to favour two teams going hell for leather.

    Another cagey start could easily result, especially with the hosts short on confidence following a run of just four wins in their last 14 league games. Brighton, meanwhile, aren’t safe yet, despite a much-needed victory over Arsenal on Saturday. A tight, dreary game would suit them down to the ground – that was the case on their last away trip to Wolves.

    Leicester will, of course, have other ideas and given they are one of the strongest teams in terms of second-half performance this season, backing Draw/Leicester in the HT/FT market is an option for those seeking a bigger price.

    Only Man City have scored more second-half goals than Leicester and so they usually come on strong after the break.

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    That makes the 7/2 on offer about Draw/Leicester make some appeal.

    *All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

     

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