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Puel’s exit to fire Foxes up

Puel’s exit to fire Foxes up


Almost exactly two years ago Leicester responded to the departure of Claudio Ranieri by producing their best display of the season to beat Liverpool 3-1 and the Foxes can clinch another victory when they face Brighton in their first game since Claude Puel’s sacking.

Jamie Vardy, 4/1 to grab the first goal against the Seagulls, scored twice against the Reds in 2017 with the three points moving Leicester out of the relegation zone.

Leicester to win 2-0 @ 6/1

The Foxes have been poor recently, picking up just one point from their last six games and losing their last four encounters at King Power Stadium, but they are not in any danger of going down this term.

Brighton have only earned two points from their last six matches and have failed to keep a clean sheet away from the Amex Stadium since winning 1-0 at Newcastle in October. They have drawn one and lost four of their last five away games and look set to be dragged further into the relegation mire by losing on Tuesday.

Everton to win from behind @ 6/1

Marco Silva will be hoping that a break of 17 days since they lost at Watford will help Everton as they attempt to revive their fortunes by winning at Cardiff City.

Silva’s team have only won three of their last 13 matches – and lost eight of them – but can complete the double over the Bluebirds who they beat at Goodison Park in November.

Huddersfield to draw with Wolves @ 51/20

Huddersfield’s return to the Championship already looks certain but the Terriers are facing one of the two teams they have beaten this season, Wolves, on Tuesday.

The Terriers can bring their five-match losing run to an end by drawing with Wolves at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Burnley have rocketed clear of the bottom three by winning five and drawing three of their last eight games while Newcastle eased their own relegation concerns by beating Huddersfield on Saturday.

Tuesday’s match at St James’ Park looks set to be a tight affair with a goalless draw certainly not out of the question at 27/4.

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Mark Race Having worked in the media for nearly 30 years, Mark knows his sport inside out and at all levels. An avid football fan, Mark also has serious knowledge of the tennis world and is quick to point out value bets in a number of other sports.


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