Remember back in September when Pep Guardiola and this Manchester City side were *checks notes* “finished”?
Don’t worry, we at Odds Manager HQ joined in with the hyperbole too.
Guardiola had just been thumped 5-2 by Brendan’s boys, and serious questions were being asked of his future at the club.
Well, without wanting to spoil what happened next, City are now clear at the top of the Premier League and fighting for the chance to scoop a historic quadruple of trophies.
Leicester are performing well, too.
The Foxes are third and looking to cling onto a Champions League spot, righting the wrongs of their combustion last season.
Will it be repeat or revenge inside the King Power on Saturday?
Keep reading to check out our top Odds Pick and Long Shot.
|Fixture||Leicester City v Manchester City|
|Date||Saturday, April 3 2021 at 17:30|
|Where||King Power, Leicester|
|How to Watch||Live on Sky Sports|
Our Top Odds Pick – Both teams to score – Evs with Betvictor
Both teams have scored in nine of their last 12 meetings, with Leicester – surprisingly – winning four of these clashes.
Rodgers has seen his side beat all six of the traditional ‘top 6’ sides in domestic competitions this season and will be relying on pace in attack to repeat their feat from September.
There’s been a combined 117 goals between these two sides this season and the both teams to score market looks very tempting on Saturday.
Our Long Shot – Manchester City to win from behind – 7/1 with bet365
Leicester City have scored first in their last three matches at the King Power, and with a City squad of jet-setting internationals rushing back for this fixture, a slow start for the visitors wouldn’t be a shock.
Still, Guardiola has squad depth at his finger tips and will fancy his side to dig him out of any trouble than Rodgers can put him in.
Leicester are in the bottom half of the table for home goals conceded, and after a fast start we reckon 7/1 is a great price for City to pin them back.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.