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Football Prediction : West Ham vs Leicester Prediction April 11 2021

West Ham United and Leicester City face off in a football match on Sunday at Olympic Stadium in London, pitting the two teams in contention for a Champions League berth ahead of Matchday 31. The Hammers have continued to impress in the 2020/21 season, beating Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-2 on the road, although it should be remembered that key attacker Antonio has sustained a muscle injury. The 31-year-old, on the other hand, should be fit to tackle the Foxes.

West Ham vs Leicester : 2 – 2

Leicester City, on the other hand, is looking to avenge a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. Brendan Rodgers’ side are five points ahead of Chelsea in fifth position, and a point from Sunday’s match will be enough for them. Justin and Barnes are also out with fractures, and Soyuncu is a big question mark. It’s worth noting that in the previous four games between the two teams, a total of 15 goals have been scored.

PLAYER TO WATCH (ISSA DIOP):

Issa Diop joined the Toulouse football academy in 2006 after two years at Balma SC, and he progressed year by year. In the 2014/2015 season, the 194-cm-tall defender made seven appearances for Toulouse B before making his Ligue 1 debut with les Pitchouns on November 28, 2015 against Nice.

In December 2015, Issa Diop, who was born in Toulouse on January 9, 1997, scored his first goal in the French top flight in a 3-0 victory over Troyes. Diop has represented France at different levels as a youth international, but because his father, Labysse Diop, is of Senegalese origin, the Toulouse footballer could play for les Lions de la Teranga at the senior level.

HIGHLIGHTED TEAM (LEICESTER):

Leicester City FC was founded in 1884 and is an English football club. The club was initially known as Leicester Fosse, but owing to financial constraints, it changed its name to Leicester City FC in 1919. On and off, the club has competed in the Premier League and the Championship.

The King Power Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 33 000, is where Leicester City plays its home games. Blue and white are the team colours. Leicester supporters refer to their team as The Foxes.

Leicester City has won three major championships: the League Cup three times (1964, 1997, and 2000). The Leicester City Football Club has reached the FA Cup final four times. The club won a handful of trophies in lower English football leagues. Leicester last competed in a European competition in 2000/2001, when they faced Red Star Belgrade twice and lost both times. Mancini, Lineker, and Heskey are three notable Leicester City FC players.

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