Leicester City - Watford Betting: Back Jamie Vardy to score anytime

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Craig Shakespeare’s men will attempt to revenge the defeat suffered at Vicarage Road when they clash with Walter Mazzarri’s men on Saturday

Leicester City welcome Watford to King Power Stadium for Saturday's English Premier League outing and will hope to bounce back to winning ways after recent spate of poor results.

The Foxes have not won any of their last six matches, with the recent being a defeat to West Bromwich Albion and they will attempt to put a stop to this.

The two teams have met 37 times in all competitions with the 2016 champions triumphing in 15 of such meetings while ten resulted into a draw. A chance to continue their dominance on Walter Mazzarri’s men is (1.58) with Bet9ja.

Jamie Vardy Leicester City Champions League

For the visitors who have not won any of their last three games played outside Vicarage Road, odds of (5.70) is available to cause an upset with the bookies.

The 2016 EPL champions have drawn two of their last five matches and a chance to repeat this with Bet9ja is (4.05) odds.

The Foxes have only scored four goals in five matches while their rivals have managed to find the back of the net just three times in five matches and a chance for the match to produce less than three goals is (1.97) with the betting company.

Isaac Success, Troy Deeney and Etienne Capoue of Watford

Troy Deeney has scored ten league goals to help his side to 13th position on the table from 34 matches and he is priced at (3.75) to score anytime with Bet9ja.

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Also, Islam Slimani has scored seven goals in the English topflight and eight goals in all competitions. The Algerian is available at a (2.75) play to score at anytime.

Punters can stake (5.50) and (2.25) respectively for Jamie Vardy to find the back of the net first and anytime having been consistent in front of goal this season, scoring ten Premier League goals and 15 in all competitions. 


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