Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Statistical Analysis

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction.

When is Brighton most likely to score a goal? Brighton is most likely to score a Goal after 30 minutes of the first half and before the 60th minute of the second half.

When is Leicester most likely to score a goal? Leicester is most likely to score in the first 15 minutes of the second half.

Who is most likely to score for Brighton? Pascal Grob and Alex Mac Allister are likely to score for Brighton

Who is most likely to score for Leicester? James Maddison is most likely to score for the Foxes.

Who is likely to win the match? Brighton 2, Leicester 1 or Brighton 1, Leicester 1
All statistical analysis is based on historic performance. Player performance in the match may not necessarily replicate the recent performances.

Brighton will host Leicester on Matchday 6 at Amex Stadium today. Leicester have found themselves in a spot of bother early in the season while Brighton has a decent run so far.

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Goals Scored and Conceded


Goals ScoredGoals Conceded
First 15 minutes
16 to 30 minutes1
31 to 45 minutes2
46 to 60 minutes12
61 to 75 minutes2
76 to 90 minutes1
First Half32
Second Half4
Total (Last 5 Matches)72


Goals ScoredGoals Conceded
First 15 minutes
16 to 30 minutes1
31 to 45 minutes11
46 to 60 minutes32
61 to 75 minutes24
76 to 90 minutes2
First Half12
Second Half58
Total (Last 5 Games)610

Brighton vs Leicester City Prediction: Forwards Statistics

Pascal Gross, Trossard, and Mac Allister have scored 75% of the goals for Brighton in the last five games. Pascal Gross and Trossard have one assist each in the last five games.

Leicester City relies on the experienced, Jamie Vardy. Vardy is playing the current season at an average of 1.0 key passes per match, with 67% success in the ground duels. James Maddison is also a key member of the forward department. Maddison has scored 2 goals in four matches so far

Top Scorers for Brighton in the Last Season:

  • Leandro Trossard: (8 goals)
  • Neil Maupay: (8 goals)
  • Danny Welbeck: (6 goals)

Leicester City:

  • Jamie Vardy (15 goals)
  • James Maddison (12 goals)
  • Ademola Lookman (6 goals)
Goals per Match
Pascal Grob0.6
Alexis Mac Allister0.4
James Maddison0.5
Harvey Barnes0.25
Dewsbury Hall0.25

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Yellow Card Statistics

  • Brighton:

Yellow cards per match
Alexis Mac Allister0.50
Solly March0.25
  • Leicester:
Yellow Cards per match
Caglar Soyunco0.50
Dewsbury Hall0.25

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Defence Statistics

The highly experienced footballer, Joel Veltman leads the defence for the Seagulls. Veltman is playing at an average of 4 clearances per game with a passing accuracy of 78%. Lewis Dunk is another formidable defender who has maintained an average of 5 clearances per match as of now with 71% success in the total duels

The crucial defenders for Leicester City include James Justin and Timothy Castagne. Justin has looked good at an average of 1.5 tackles per game with 82% passing accuracy. Castagne has looked out of touch so far. He is playing the current season at an average of 1.0 clearances per match.

Clearances Per GameTackles Per Game
James Austin1.51.5
Timothy Castagne1.00.5

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: goalkeeper Stats

Robert SanchezDanny ward
Goals Conceded (per Game) 0.62.5
Clean Sheet3

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Team Stats (Premier League)

Goals per game1.011.34
Goals conceding per game1.341.43
Clean Sheets52161

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Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Head-to-Head Statistics

Matches: 32 | Brighton: 14 | Draw: 8 | Leicester City: 19

Recent 5 Meetings: Brighton:1 | Draw: 1 | Leicester City: 3

Last Meeting: The match ended with a 1-1 draw in a Premier League fixture on 23 Jan 2022

Key Highlights: This Fixture by the Numbers

In the last five matches against Leicester, Brighton has:

  • Scored 1.2 goals.
  • No Clean sheets.
  • Scored 0.8 goals at Amex Stadium

In the last five matches against Brighton, Leicester has:

  • Scored 1.4 goals.
  • One Clean sheet
  • Scored 1.2 goals at Amex Stadium

Brighton vs Leicester Predicted Line up

Brighton (3-4-2-1): Sanchez; Webster, Dunk, Veltman; Trossard, Caicedo, Mac Allister, March; Lallana, Grob; Welbeck

Leicester City (4-1-4-1): Ward; Castagne, Amartey, Evans, Justin; Ndidi; Perez, Maddison, Dewsbury-Hall,

Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Tactical Analysis


  • A 3-4-3 formation is Potter’s preferred formation. Potter’s team is able to play around the opposition’s press with ease and comfort because there are always multiple options to pass to. This allows Brighton’s two midfielders to drop deeper and receive the ball by doing this in the build-up.
  • Having lost possession, they want to counterattack quickly to exploit the opposition’s unbalanced shape. In support of the attack, the wingbacks break forward very quickly.

Leicester City:

  • At Leicester City, Brendan Rodgers uses flexible tactics, having previously deployed a 4-4-1-1 formation at Liverpool and now a 4-2-3-1 system at Leicester City, with a preferred alternative of 4-1-4-1. 
  • For Leicester, Brendan Rodgers’ 4-2-3-1 formation has proven to be a great success. With multiple clubs under his belt, he has proven his tactical mettle for Leicester City’s benefit through his spectacular strategy. 

Brighton vs Leicester Betting Odds


Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Final Analysis and Prediction

  • Fans can expect a riveting contest between these two teams to secure 3 points in the Matchday 6 clash. Brighton’s recent performances, including the last season, have made them look like a very strong side. Graham Potter’s men will aim to win this match.
  • Conversely, Leicester has been hot and Cold this Season, with no wins so far. The biggest area of concern for Brendan Rodger’s side would be the form of Jamie Vardy, The Forward has not looked good in the Premier League so far.


  • Leicester has the upper hand over Brighton in the last five games and overall head-to-head. However, the Seagulls have looked pretty good this season and have all the arsenal to take down the Foxes. Brighton looks a better side than the Foxes on paper and are the favourites going into this match.
Brighton vs Leicester Prediction: Statistical Analysis


Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.

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