Leicester City vs Wolves: Prediction and betting tips - Premier League preview, Pre-match press conference
King Power Stadium
Saturday 18th August
The next of our simultaneous Saturday fixtures are at the King Power Stadium, home to the former champions, Leicester City, the Foxes went to Old Trafford last weekend and worked hard but were unlucky in the end, 2-1 loss but they stay hopeful.
Claude Puel must have learned from the poor start and the inexperience of Jordan Amartey who gave away a too early penalty that Paul Pogba tucked away from the spot to hand Jose Mourinho's side a very early lead.
Leicester have what it takes to stay high up despite the loss of Riyad Mahrez to Manchester City, they have potent players to call on and they have to take their chances.
Wolves showed everyone what they were doing in the just concluded window, loads of top-notch players joined and they made good use of them against ten men Everton.
Keep an eye on Ruben Neves, the Portuguese can do magic from dead ball situations as he amazingly did against Everton, Moutinho and Jimenez are a handful for any defense any day.
Nuno Espirito Santo must be relishing the options at his disposal, the big boys must be wary of the Wolves team.
Betting Prediction: Both teams to score
Japanese attacker Shinji Okazaki is still out for Leicester, he resumed training recently after his participation at the World Cup.
Matty James is out injured, while latest signing Caglar Soyuncu is not fit to play.
Club record-signing Adama Traore could play his debut for Wolves, but Leander Dendoncker will not be selected.
Ivan Cavaleiro is still ruled out due to a back problem.
Pre-match press conference and video
#lcfc's @22Demarai talks to LCFC TV ahead of Saturday's visit of Wolves in the Premier League.— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 17, 2018
You can watch the full interview here 👉 https://t.co/zRiB3ZBvsM#LeiWol pic.twitter.com/5cT03fjQg4
Claude Puel hopes #lcfc can build on last week's performance against Manchester United 🗣#LeiWol pic.twitter.com/6UMfMw1tLr— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 16, 2018