The golden touch displayed by Dean Saunders at Wrexham seems to have deserted him at Doncaster Rovers, with the Yorkshire club staring down another potential defeat against Leicester City.
Saunders was full of optimism after taking up the position last year, but as the months have rolled on the prospect of League One football is looming increasingly large for Donny.
Meanwhile, Leicester City fans have had to make do with mid-table mediocrity for much of the current campaign.
Yet with six games to go and seven points between them and the play-offs, Nigel Pearson’s team may still hold some fading ambitions of Premier League promotion, making a win at the King Power Stadium essential.
Leicester are on a decent run of form at home, having gone six games without a defeat in the Midlands, with four wins coming in this sequence.
They are therefore 12/25 favourites to win the match in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with the draw at 3/1 and a Donny success at 11/2.
A simple bit of maths could offer up an enticing final score bet, with Leicester’s home record seeing them concede an average of a goal a game, while Doncaster’s away record has seen them concede an average of two goals a game.
That said, goals remain at a premium for Leicester with just 11 scored in their last six games. Three of their last four wins have also seen under 3.5 goals scored, which could bode well for a punt on this game.
After all, Doncaster Rovers have won just one of their last sixteen games in the Championship.
Backing the Foxes to win with under 3.5 goals scored could therefore prove the ideal banker bet, with odds of 5/4 providing returns of £56.25 for anyone eager to utilise bwin’s free £25 bet for registering.
The more canny punter could yet look elsewhere though, particularly given Leicester’s recent first half goal trend at the King Power Stadium.
Nigel Pearson’s team have scored one first half goal in three of their last four home wins, leading 1-0 on two occasions.
The Foxes also have a habit of scoring once in the first period against Donny, having scored a single goal in the first half of three of their last four games against the Yorkshire side – leading 1-0 on two occasions.
Taking up a bet on a 1-0 Leicester scoreline at half time using bwin’s free £25 offer could see you pocket a tidy £85 at odds of 12/5 if it comes off.
Meanwhile, a simple bit of maths could offer up an enticing final score bet, with Leicester’s home record seeing them concede an average of a goal a game, while Doncaster’s away record has seen them concede an average of two goals a game.
All of which points to the potential for a 2-1 Leicester City win, which is available at 29/4.
Failing all else, both teams to score is priced at 17/20, although that could be as good as it gets for Deano and Co.
Leicester City to be 1-0 up at half time @ 12/5
Leicester to win with under 3.5 goals @ 5/4
Outside punt: Leicester City to win 2-1 @ 29/4
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