Leicester City will hope to keep up their late push for the Championship play-offs this weekend as they travel to London Road to play Peterborough United.
The Posh come into this game on the back of a 2-0 midweek home defeat by West Ham and will be hoping to perform better for their supporters this time around.
For their part, the Foxes haven’t been beaten for four games – winning two and drawing two – and are just four points adrift of sixth-placed Blackpool despite having a largely underwhelming campaign thus far.
A look at the odds in bwin’s 3Way football betting market shows Leicester as 5/4 favourites, while a home win is available at 19/10 and the draw is priced at 12/5.
Of those three, the draw stands out as Darren Ferguson’s men will be aiming to improve from their disappointing display against the Hammers and home advantage could see them pick up a point in this tight encounter.
On top of that, the reverse fixture earlier in the season at the King Power Stadium also saw the spoils shared, with Lee Tomlin of Peterborough cancelling out Paul Gallagher’s opener.
Interestingly, in the last seven league matches between the sides, the 1-1 result has happened on three occasions, so odds of 11/2 on a repeat on Saturday look pretty tempting.
Anyone successfully placing the free £25 bet on offer when registering with bwin on Peterborough and Leicester to draw 1-1 would win a cool £162.50.
Another bet that appeals is Peterborough to score more goals in the second half than they manage in the first at 8/5.
Posh have scored 34 of their 59 goals after the break, while Leicester have conceded 26 out of their 48 goals after half-time.
This looks to be a solid play for punters who are looking for shorter-priced punts than those provided by the draw and 1-1 correct score selections.
Peterborough and Leicester to draw @ 12/5 Peterborough to score more goals in second half than in first @ 8/5
Peterborough and Leicester to draw 1-1 @ 11/2
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