Leicester City vs Norwich City Live Stream & TV Channel Premier League 2019

Leicester City vs Norwich City Live Stream & TV Channel Premier League 2019 Full HD

Leicester City vs Norwich City Live Stream & TV Channel Premier League 2019 Full HD

Leicester City vs Norwich City Live Stream & TV Channel Premier League 2019 Full HD

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It’s clear that Leicester City continue to look hugely impressive and they look the only side capable of giving Liverpool a run for their money in his title race.

And also In what had looked a potential banana skin before kick-off, Leicester cruised to a 4-1 win at Aston Villa last weekend

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Stretching their winning streak to a new club record eight Premier League matches in the process.

On Saturday, a red-hot Leicester look huge favourites to secure another top-flight victory

when they host second from bottom Norwich City at the King Power Stadium.

The Canaries are statistically the worst performing Premier League team on the road so far this season, picking up just four of the 24 points on offer

and Norwich’s haul of four goals makes them the lowest scoring team in the division since the summer.

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Daniel Farke takes his misfiring frontline to the home of the Premier League’s best defence on Saturday, and having conceding just 10 times in 16 fixtures

and already secured seven clean sheets since August, Leicester will be confident that they can keep their struggling visitors of the scoresheet again.

Norwich failed to register in a dismal five of the eight away games they’ve contested since their promotion

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and with Leicester’s defensive axis of Kasper Schmeichel, Jonny Evans, Caglar Soyuncu and Wilfred Ndidi in superb form

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we think there is value in backing the Leicester City to win to nil this weekend.

Leicester conceded just 0.375 goals per 90 minutes during their eight-match winning surge

though bar a couple of standout results at Southampton and Aston Villa, their attacking output has been more efficient than explosive.

However Jamie Vardy helped himself to two goals at Villa Park to prolong his own individual scoring sequence that also stands at eight League matches.

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