A delve into the shot markets for tasty-looking Bet Builder looks worthwhile for the first of Wednesday's Premier League games.
Let's start with the visitors, for whom Lucas Moura has been rejuvenated since the arrival of Antonio Conte. He's drifting into more central positions under his new boss, something which is reflected in his shot figures.
With Son Heung-min absent due to injury at present, his shot output will be even more important and with only Burnley and Leeds having conceded more shots than Leicester, who remain crippled by injuries, illness and AFCON call-ups, Moura looks worth getting with.
If you exclude a 10-minute cameo against Liverpool, the Brazilian has had a shot on target in seven of his last nine games so that's the angle we'll kick off our Bet Builder with.
Also for the visitors, we'll take Davinson Sanchez to have at least one shot, something he's managed in seven of his last nine.
He's a big threat from set pieces, situations Leicester have been dreadful defending this season.
Finally, on the Leicester side of things, Youri Tielemans is also worth backing for a shot on target.
Only Jamie Vardy and James Maddison have had more shots for the Foxes so far, with the Belgian often driving forward from deep.
The stats show he's hit a shot on target in eight of his last 11 starts which is a solid number.
Given Leicester's absentees, this is probably the riskiest part of the Bet Builder - Tielemans could be asked to sit more than usual depending on who else is in the XI - but he has landed this bet when holding on several occasions this season, while Leicester have looked to get on the front foot in recent home games.
Put the three angles together and you get a price of 5/1 which looks perfectly fair.
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