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Actually, after successive defeats against top of the table rivals Man City and Liverpool, Leicester City bounced back with three wins on the spin
And Leicester battled their way to a 2-1 win at West Ham before sweeping Newcastle aside 3-0 at St. James’ Park shortly after
and the Foxes completed their hattrick of victories with a comfortable 2-0 triumph over Wigan in the 3rd round of the FA Cup.
Leicester took full advantage against Southampton that evening after the Saints were reduced to 10-men after just 12 minutes
with front pair Jamie Vardy and Ayoze Perez helping themselves to a hattrick each on a hugely productive evening on the south coast.
However, Southampton will travel to the King Power Stadium for the rematch in much better looking shape.
The Saints’ 2-0 win over Huddersfield in their cup assignment last weekend stretched their recent unbeaten streak to five matches
Any goal or headache the Saints cause is likely to be a consolation however against a Leicester City team that have been outstanding on their own patch this season.
Runaway leaders Liverpool are the only team to have toppled Leicester at the King Power Stadium since the summer
and City’s record at home read an impressive eight wins, two draws and one defeat overall in 2019/20.
A usually robust Foxes’ defence has kept just two clean sheets in five attempts at home however and only two in eight Premier League matches overall
so while we expect Leicester to make home advantage count again on Saturday, we’re tipping Southampton to register.
With that considered, we like the look of the home win and both teams to score combination for Saturday’s match
The efficient Foxes scored exactly two goals in six of their last eight League victories while the Saints got on the scoresheet in 12 of their last 13 outings
Leicester City are huge favourites to prolong their winning streak against Southampton this weekend
However, athough they will line up against a very different Southampton side to the one they annihilated 9-0 at St. Mary’s in late-October.