Big-spending Leicester, boosted by their £3m deadline-day signing of Jermaine
Beckford, travel to Barnsley, who have failed to gain a single point at home this season.
The Tykes have started this Championship campaign slowly, collecting five points from as many games, while the Foxes have not fared much better, collecting just the seven points themselves.
Sven-Goran Eriksson’s men have so far failed to live up to their high pre-season expectations after big money was invested in the squad over the summer.
The new-look team appeared more settled in their last fixture – a 3-2 victory over Southampton – and their fire power may be too hot to handle on Saturday.
Leicester have plundered nine goals in their last three games, although their defence has been far from reliable, conceding 11 goals already this season.
If you fancy a flutter on a tempting long-shot this weekend, you can get odds of 25/1 for a 3-2 win for the visitors.
The draw, priced at 23/10, and a Barnsley win at 49/20 cannot entirely be ruled out due to both sides’ erratic form this season.
Barnsley need a first home point and quick – this international break may have given the team time to reflect on this necessity.
A number of Leicester players have been away with their countries this past week so it remains to be seen if this break will be a help or a hindrance for the Foxes.
New customers who join bwin.com can get a price of 9/4 for Leicester to be winning at both half-time and full-time, as the Midlands club search for consecutive league victories for the first time since February.
The Foxes’ tactics have certainly been admirable under former England boss Eriksson. He seems to have adopted the ‘score-one-more-than-you’ policy this season and this doesn’t look set to stop anytime soon.
A front-line that features former England internationals Darius Vassell and David Nugent, as well as new recruit Beckford, will notch plenty throughout the campaign.
With this in mind, a goal-fest could well be on the cards at Oakwell come Saturday. Backing over 3.5 goals in the game, at odds of 11/5, means punters who use their free £25 bet for joining bwin.com will be looking at an £80 payback on this result.
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