Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Brentford to Win

Brentford are predicted to edge Leicester City narrowly in their next match according to the latest Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds

This Sunday, in Match Day 9, three important Premier League matches are to take place. One among them will be Leicester City vs Brentford. Brentford will be trying their luck once again when they host Leicester City on Sunday in the Premier League.

Unlike other new entrants, Brentford has refused to take things taken for granted and has already shown their qualities in the top flight with wins over Arsenal and West Ham United and they also snatched a point of Liverpool in an entertaining 3-3 draw. They lost to Chelsea 1-0 in the last match but will be banking on their home comfort

Leicester’s stock plummeted this season as Brendan Rodgers seemed to have lost his Midas touch this season. But consecutive victories against Manchester United and Spartak Moscow have revived their hopes. The Foxes came from behind to notch up a famous win at Old Trafford in the last game.

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Brentford vs Leicester City Match Odds

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SmarketsOdds: 2.74Odds: 2.8Brentford
Footballprediction.netPredicted Goals: 1Predicted Goals: 1Draw

Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Recent Form

Brentford had a brilliant evening against Chelsea but couldn’t make it count due to their Premier League inexperience. They are punching way above their weight and Thomas Frank will once again unleash his disciples against an In-form Leicester.

Brentford announced their arrival in style as they shocked Arsenal 2-0 on opening day. A couple of draws against Crystal Palace and Aston Villa further cemented their belief following their promotion to the top flight.

A narrow loss at Brighton & Hove Albion followed by a 2-0 win over Wolves proved their Premier League credentials once again. They almost secured a win against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool but a match saving tackle from Virgil van Dijk rescued a point for them.

Back to back losses against West Ham and Chelsea have somehow stalled their growth and they will be eyeing a clear win over the Foxes.

Leicester has had an erratic season as Brendan Rodgers has been battling to replicate their previous season’s form. Their statement win against Manchester United has put them back on track and they will try their luck from now on.

Knowing a couple of victories could get them within touching distance of the top four Rodgers will try to enforce all his might on Brentford.

The Foxes started their campaign with a 1-0 win over Wolves followed by a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of West Ham United. They got the better of relegation contender Norwich City but lost to a solitary goal against Manchester City.

A further loss against Brighton deepened their crisis but they managed to recover with successive draws against Burnley and Crystal Palace.

They came from behind to register a mammoth win against Manchester United and will be full of confidence when they visit the Brentford Community Stadium.

Given their performance against the Premier League biggies, the Bees should be proud of their achievements but there are a number of concerns which they need to address as soon as possible.

Ivan Toney hasn’t hit the ground reality as he has grabbed two goals and two assists so far. Brentford’s opening day victory over Arsenal remains their only win on their home ground and they need to improve their home form if they are here to stay.

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Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Predicted Lineup

Brentford (3-5-2)

David Raya; Pontus Jansson, Ethan Pinnock, Zanka; Rico Henry, Christian Norgaard, Frank Onyeka, Mathias Jensen, Sergi Canos; Ivan Toney, Bryan Mbeumo

Leicester City (3-4-1-2)

Kasper Schmeichel; Caglar Soyuncu, Jonny Evans, Daniel Amartey; Timothy Castagne, Boubakary Soumare, Youri Tielemans, James Maddison, Ricardo Pereira; Jamie Vardy, Patson Daka

Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Sofascore Ratings

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Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Defensive and Offensive Stats


Leicester City’s attack is expected to be led by Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho. Jamie Vardy has massive 7 goals in 8 matches this season. He has a rating of 7.40 as of now.

Kelechi Iheanacho has 1 goal in 8 games and has started in 2 games this season. His rating stands at 6.91 at Sofascore.

For Brentford, Ivan Toney and Brian Mbeumo are expected to start from the front. They have ratings of 7.48 and 7.03 respectively. Their passing accuracy stands at 58% and 62%.


Leicester City has followed two lines of midfield. Along with James Maddison, Youri Tielemans, Ricardo Pereira, Timothy Castagne and Boubakary Soumare are expected to be in the mid.

Youri Tielemans’s Sofascore rating is 7.25 while Timothy Castagne’s Sofascore rating is 6.77. His passing accuracy is at 81%.

Ricardo Pereira’s rating is 6.78 and he has 1.3 interceptions per game.

James Maddison has a 6.66 rating and 75% passing accuracy. Boubakary Soumare’s rating is 6.67. His passing accuracy is 87%.

Rico Henry, Christian Norgaard, Frank Onyeka, Mathias Jensen and Sergi Canos will be serving in Brentford’s midfield.

Christian Norgaard’s Sofascore rating is 6.85. He has an 80% passing accuracy. Sergi Canos’s rating is 6.96. But his passing has been very poor as he has a passing accuracy of 57%.

Mathias Jansen’s passing accuracy stands at 82%. His rating is 6.63 while Frank Onyeka’s rating is 6.66 and he has an 80% passing accuracy.

Rico Henry’s rating is 6.55. He has 0.8 interceptions per game.


Leicester City has a strong defensive attack as compared to that of Brentford. In defense Leicester City may stick to their trio of Caglar Soyuncu, Jonny Evans, Daniel Amartey.

Jonny Evans’rating is 6.85. His passing accuracy is 89%.

Caglar Soyuncu has received a 6.76 rating. The Turkish international has been making 1.6 tackles per game.

Daniel Amartey boasts of 6.63 ratings and 90% passing accuracy.

As for Brentford’s defense, Ethan Pinnock has been given a rating of 7.20. He has a passing accuracy of 79%.

Pontus Jansson’s rating is 6.84 and his passing accuracy stands at 77%.

Zanka’s rating is 6.58 and he has been making 1.5 interceptions per game.

Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Predicted Winner

Both the teams are just one point adrift of each other and we could see a fierce tactical battle between them.

According to the latest betting odds, Brentford is marginally ahead in this game.

Brentford vs Leicester City Head to Head

Both the teams have come face to face 29 times so far. The bees have won six times while the Foxes claimed victory on 13 occasions. 10 games didn’t yield any results.

Leicester vs Brentford Prediction and Odds: Latest Tweets

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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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