Leicester v Club Brugge: Visitors look the value with Foxes practically through

Leicester v Club Brugge: Visitors look the value with Foxes practically through

Last Result:

Watford 2-1 LEICESTER CITY – Riyad Mahrez

St Truiden 0-1 CLUB BRUGGE – Jelle Vossen (1st goalscorer)

Kick Off: 19.45, 22/11/2016

Stadium: King Power

TV: Sky Sports 2

Head-to-head: Club Brugge 3-0 Leicester

Recommended Bets:

* Club Brugge to win @ 13/2

* Jelle Vossen to score the first goal (check prices)

* Under 2.5 goals @ Evens

Key Stats:

* Leicester are winless in four matches, losing four of their past nine fixtures in all competitions

* Jelle Vossen is Club Brugge’s only Champions League scorer so far this season and bagged the only goal in his side’s last game

* Three of these sides’ past four Champions League matches have seen under 2.5 goals scored

A Look At Leicester’s Betting Odds

It’s fair to say the Foxes are in the reverse position to their previous Champions League fixtures this term, with Claudio Ranieri given no chance to rest players ahead of midweek when chasing an equaliser for much of the 2-1 loss at Watford.

Despite now sitting seventh from bottom of the Premier League, Leicester are top of Champions League Group G on 10 points and will qualify for the next stage if Porto win in Copenhagen, which they’re 8/5 favourites to do.

Considering these factors and the English champions’ current form, 21/50 about Ranieri and co looks short.

A Look At Club Brugge’s Betting Odds

Conversely, 13/2 seems a bit big after the visitors’ narrow losses home and away to Porto in the last two rounds of Champions League action, with Michel Preud’homme’s side leading the Primeira Liga giants for 56 minutes of their clash at the Jan Breydel Stadium.

Brugge avoided defeat in their five Jupiler League fixtures around their 1-0 loss away to Os Dragoes, taking four points from their past couple of road games in the Belgian top flight and – unlike their hosts – going into this match off the back of victory.

They still have something to play for in this group, with two wins from Brugge’s last two games likely to be enough for a Europa League spot, so Preud’homme’s charges could be value on their travels.