Can Leicester end their poor run when they host West Ham? Opta has the answers.
"West Ham have won their last three Premier League games – they last won four consecutively in February 2014."
West Ham are 2.747/4 in the Draw No Bet market.
Leicester are unbeaten in their last three in the Premier League against West Ham (W2 D1). They are 2.1411/10 to win.
West Ham last failed to score against Leicester in a league match in August 2004 (in the Championship). Both teams to score is 1.758/11.
West Ham have only beaten the reigning Premier League champions once in an away match (D1 L18), beating Manchester United 1-0 in December 2001. They are 3.814/5 to win again.
Leicester City haven't lost their final league match of a calendar year since 2010, winning three and drawing two in the five years since. The draw is 3.65.
The Foxes have lost two of their last four home Premier League games - as many as they'd lost in their previous 31 top-flight matches at the King Power Stadium. West Ham are 1.865/6 Double Chance.
West Ham have won their last three Premier League games - they last won four consecutively in February 2014. West Ham are 2.747/4 in the Draw No Bet market.
Leicester are without a clean sheet in any of their last 11 Premier League games, their worst run since August 2014 (also 11 games). They last went on a longer run in April 2002, when they went 14 top-flight games without a shutout. Over 2.5 goals is 1.9110/11.
Since the start of last season, Michail Antonio has scored 16 Premier League goals for West Ham - five more than any other Hammers player (Payet and Carroll on 11). Antonio is 4.57/2 to score.
Foxes midfielder Andy King's last league brace came against West Ham in a Championship encounter in October 2011. King is 7.06/1 to find the net.
Leicester have made the second worst start by a top-flight reigning champion after 18 games (17 points), since Ipswich Town in 1962/63 (15 points, assuming three for a win). You can lay them at 2.166/5.