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Everton FC vs Leicester City, England – Premier League, At  The Goodison Park. Time: 18:00

After a campaign filled with so much early promise, Leicester City’s season is in real danger of drifting towards a limp finish after another poor week for the Foxes.

Following disappointing draws against Watford (1-1) and Brighton (0-0) in the league, Leicester were dumped out of the FA Cup in equally despondent fashion in a 1-0 loss to Chelsea on Sunday, ending their dreams of lifting their first piece of silverware since their fairy tale Premier League triumph of 2016.

Leicester’s form had started to tail off before March’s postponement of play, though the three-month hiatus has done little to improve their fortunes, and ahead of a tough test at Goodison Park, the Foxes’ record reads just two wins from 10 fixtures in all competitions.

Having established themselves as one of the best footballing teams in the division in the first half of the season, Leicester’s goal-scoring touch has all but abandoned them in recent months, and Brendan Rodgers’s side scored one or fewer goals in nine of their last 11 assignments since January.

As a result of their final third regression, what had looked a solid grip on a top-four place, now looks worryingly loose, and the 3rd placed Foxes, just three points ahead of Wolves in 5th have reason to look over their shoulders with angst.

Everton in 12th ended their four-match wait for a win with a narrow 1-0 victory at bottom club Norwich last week – a result that reignited hopes of a top-half finish for the Toffees.

Amazingly, a win against an ailing Leicester outfit on Wednesday would draw Everton level on points with a Sheffield United team that had seemed completely out of reach, and after a run of eight games without defeat at Goodison Park, the omens look good for the Merseysiders.

Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and newly crowned champions Liverpool were all unable to topple Everton on their own patch during that impressive sequence of results, and we think a favorable set of circumstances could combine to set up another positive evening for the Toffees at Goodison Park this week.

Having failed to win 80% of their last 10 matches, Leicester will arrive on Merseyside a little fragile in terms of confidence, and a little low on energy following their FA Cup exertions against Chelsea on Sunday.

In his pre-match press conference, Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers confirmed that key creative midfielder James Maddison was likely to miss out on Wednesday’s game – an absence that would be a major blow to a team already lacking goal-scoring thrust.

With just two goals in his last 10 Premier League appearances, Jamie Vardy is also horribly out of form, leaving Leicester looking worrying short on cutting edge for Wednesday clash, and we think Everton can take advantage.

The Toffees defensive performances have visibly improved under the tactical instruction of Carlo Ancelotti – as evidenced by their return of four clean sheets in seven at home, and with their lengthy unbeaten streak at Goodison providing momentum, Everton are worth backing to win this week at the prices available.

Leicester’s only away win in their last six attempts in all competitions was in their narrow 1-0 FA Cup 4th round triumph at Championship outfit Brentford in January, and having failed to notch in two of their last three as visitors, we think an increasingly abject Foxes frontline could struggle again on Wednesday.

City conceded exactly one goal in each of their last two away assignments, while Everton hit the net once in 50% of their last six games at home. Combining the two, a correct score prediction of 1-0 to the Blues looks a sensible forecast.

Leicester’s regression in performances and results has run parallel alongside Jamie Vardy’s uncharacteristically long dry patch in front of goal.

The veteran hitman bagged just two goals in his last 13 appearances in all competitions for the Foxes – and both of those strikes arrived in the same game against relegation favourites Aston Villa in March.

With Vardy continuing to misfire, Leicester won just three of the aforementioned games the centre-forward floundered in – highlighting just how pivotal a player the 33-year-old is for Brendan Rodgers team.

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has no fresh injury worries, though Theo Walcott, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Cenk Tosun, and Djibril Sidibe remain sidelined.

Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph will both hope to be involved following recent returns.

Everton predicted line-up: Pickford – Coleman, Keane, Holgate, Digne – Iwobi, Davies, Gomes, Bernard – Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin

Attacking midfielder James Maddison is rated as extremely doubtful for Leicester and will likely miss out for the Foxes.

Elsewhere, there are few problems to contend with for Brendan Rodgers, though Ricardo Pereira’s absence at right-back continues to be felt.

Leicester City predicted line-up: Schmeichel – Justin, Evans, Soyuncu, Chilwell – Ndidi, Perez, Praet, Tielemans, Barnes – Vardy

Prediction: Our prediction is a home win or a draw for Everton at Goodison Park.

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