One of the highlights of the day is the game between Bournemouth and Leicester. Bournemouth have been pulling some stellar plays right there. It’s immediately obvious that the team has done quite well by itself managing to top all expectations and is currently 6th in the overall standing.
It’s hard not to be excited when it comes to the game. Leicester have had a rough spell and they are unlikely to come back from the verge of what seems to be a steady downfall, but one question lingers and we cannot quite shake it off – not just yet at least.
Can Leicester come back from the brink?
The simple answer is that they are quite capable of actually overcoming their opponents. But Bournemouth have all the reason to want to stay in the race. Defeat Leicester and they will be pushing well through the ranks of the EPL. This push will actually land them in a spot that is quite desired and quite useful by everyone involved. It’s important to make it to the top, because it’s actually helpful to be thee.
Man City could potentially lose and so could Liverpool. Bournemouth won’t have an easy game against Leicester. And if Leicester even manages to pull out a great game they will still be struggling to break into the upper segment of the competition. But the important thing is to keep trying, because nobody can be quite so certain what the EPL has in store for them.
With this in mind, let’s check the statistics about the match really quick.
Getting the Details Straight
Venue Vitality Stadium
Last season Bournemouth 0 Leicester 0
Referee Craig Pawson
This season G3 Y10 R2 4 cards/game
Odds H 6-4 A 21-10 D 28-11
Subs from Boruc, Ramsdale, Simpson, Mousset, Francis, Mings, Pugh, L Cook, Gosling, Defoe, Taylor, Fraser, Daniels
Doubtful Daniels (knee), Defoe (hamstring), Fraser (hamstring), Pugh (hamstring)
Injured Stanislas (knee, 25 Sep)
Discipline Y5 R1
Leading scorer Wilson 2
Subs from Ward, Jakupovic, Iborra, Ghezzal, Amartey, Okazaki, Iheanacho, Soyuncu, Evans, Fuchs, Simpson, Benkovic, Benalouane, King, Choudhury
Injured James (achilles, unknown)
Discipline Y7 R1
Leading scorers Ghezzal, Gray, Maddison, Maguire, Vardy 1
Backing Our Own Favorite
In the big game of football, we always like to back the team that is struggling the most. This is a normal reaction to our staff who have been rooting for the weaklings for the most part. Of course, there is a lot to consider when it comes to the EPL. We have our own personal preferences.
The happiest among us ae the fans of Arsenal and Manchester City because these two teams have been performing rather shabbily to say the very least. With this in mind, it’s easy to see why Big World Sports always supports the teams that need additional encouragement to succeed.
Trust us when we say that we do our best to provide you with the most detailed statistics and information. Here they come.
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