Two form teams come head-to-head with very different motivations as Leicester host Chelsea. Opta provides the vital statistics.
"There have been just eight goals scored in Leicester’s last six Premier League home matches (five for the Foxes, three for their opponents)."
Under 2.5 goals is 2.0421/20.
There have been just eight goals scored in Leicester's last six Premier League home matches (five for the Foxes, three for their opponents). Under 2.5 goals is 2.0421/20.
Chelsea have won the last five Barclays Premier League games in a row against Leicester City. They are 1.794/5 to win.
Leicester City are looking to win five successive top-flight games for the first time since January 1964. They are 5.39/2 to win.
Chelsea's Premier League unbeaten run now stands at 13 games (W9 D4) since their defeat to Spurs on New Year's Day. They can match their run of 14 unbeaten earlier in the season if they avoid defeat in this game. The draw is 3.9.
Jose Mourinho has seen his Chelsea side keep a clean sheet in 103 of his 191 Premier League games in charge (54%). They are 2.56/4 to not concede.
Jamie Vardy has scored three goals and assisted two more in his last five Premier League appearances. Vardy is 6.05/1 to score.
The Foxes have lost their last five Premier League games against the side that topped the PL table coming into the fixture. Chelsea are 2.829/5 to win half-time/full-time.
Eden Hazard has created the most goalscoring chances (88) and embarked on the most dribbles (254) in the Premier League this season. Hazard is 2.727/4 to score.
Chelsea have scored a league-high 14 goals in the opening 15 minutes of Premier League games this season. They are 2.3811/8 to be leading by half-time.
Leicester have conceded more goals in the first-half of PL games this season (27) than Chelsea have overall in 2014-15 (26). The odds of the first-half containing the most goals is 3.02/1.