Having got back to winning ways at the weekend, can Leicester claim another three points when they face Bournemouth? Opta has the answers.
"There have been 16 goals scored in Bournemouth’s last three Premier League matches (5.3 per game) – with the Cherries conceding exactly three goals in each of these matches."
Both teams to score is 1.684/6.
Bournemouth haven't won any of their last six games in league competition against the Foxes (D2 L4), last beating them in March 1989. Leicester are 3.185/40 to win.
Both games between these sides ended in draws last season, with Jamie Vardy equalising in the 86th minute from the penalty spot in this exact fixture in August 2015. The draw is 3.55/2.
Simon Francis was sent off for Bournemouth in their goalless draw with Leicester in January. The odds of their being a sending off in the match are 6.411/2.
The Foxes have won just one point from seven Premier League away matches this season (W0 D1 L7) and only Burnley have picked up as few points in the competition on the road. Bournemouth are 2.526/4 to win.
If Leicester lose this game, it would set a new record for the lowest points total by a defending top-flight champion in their first eight away games of a season (1). Bournemouth are 1.84/5 in the Draw No Bet market.
Leicester City will be looking to win back-to-back Premier League matches for the first time since April. They are 2.226/5 Draw No Bet.
There have been 16 goals scored in Bournemouth's last three Premier League matches (5.3 per game) - with the Cherries conceding exactly three goals in each of these matches. Both teams to score is 1.684/6.
After scoring with just two of his 17 shots in the Premier League before last weekend, Jamie Vardy scored a hat-trick with all three of his shots against Manchester City. Vardy is 3.185/40 to score.
Benik Afobe will be looking to score in consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time since February, following his goal last weekend against Burnley. Afobe is 3.211/5 to find the net.