Match Venue: London Stadium
Match Date: 18 March 2017
12BET (Football Tip) Since Craig Shakespeare took over Leicester, the club has greatly improved its performance. But can they stand a chance against West Ham whose ranking is four spots above the Foxes?
Head to Head Matches
12/31/2016 Leicester 1:0 West Ham
04/17/2016 Leicester 2:2 West Ham
09/22/2015 Leicester *2:1 West Ham
08/15/2015 West Ham 1:2 Leicester
04/04/2015 Leicester 2:1 West Ham
The Hammers are without a win in the last four matches. They have also conceded a massive 13 goals in the last six recent games. Surely the team will need a lot of confidence and strength to get up from the terrible losses.
West Ham was given a chance to put an end to the club’s bad records, but failed as Bournemouth ended the tight fight in 3-2 goals.
Michail Antonio swept a low shot into the bottom corner to put the team in lead as Andre Ayew also stole point from the opposition. But a late struck from Bournemouth has denied the Hammers victory.
The end was disappointing on the side of Slaven Bilic, but is looking forward to the coming matches which might serve them with quite success.
The Foxes have aced the test over Sevilla with 2-0 win. The victory means that they will be lineup up amongst the well-known team of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Juventus, and Real Madrid in the quarter final draw.
Shakespeare’s men have beaten the highly rated La Liga’s Sevilla by a tide of passion and emotion. The Foxes dominated through the flawless strike of Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton on the first and second half of the match.
After being under the scrutiny, Leicester made another great story in British sport.
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West Ham is definitely not in good shape at the moment. However, their poor form will force them to take a leap and win the match over Leicester City.
West Ham 2.30 (this odd might change)