Second placed Leicester host rock bottom Watford. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
Leicester have won all five of their Premier League home games against Watford, scoring 10 goals and conceding just one. It's their best 100% home record against an opponent in the competition. They are1.38 to win.
Watford beat Leicester 2-1 in March in Brendan Rodgers' first match in charge of the Foxes - they've not won back-to-back league games against them since April 2013 in the Championship. A Watford victory is9.60.
Watford have never won a Premier League game on a Wednesday, drawing four and losing 11 of their 15 games. Only West Brom (27 games on Tuesdays) have played more on a specific weekday without a win in the competition. The draw is5.60.
Leicester have won their last six Premier League matches - the Foxes have only had a longer winning run once in the top-flight, winning seven in a row between December 1962 and March 1963. They are2.10 to win half-time/full-time.
Watford have won just one of their last 18 Premier League games (D6 L11), beating Norwich 2-0 last month. The draw half-time/Leicester full-time double result is4.40.
Watford have just eight points from their 14 Premier League games this season - just four of the previous 14 clubs to have eight or fewer points from their opening 14 games in the competition have survived relegation, with Sunderland in 2013-14 the last to do so. Leicester are2.38 to win to nil.
Watford have lost their last 14 Premier League matches against teams starting the day in the top-three of the division, conceding 51 goals across those defeats. A Leicester win and over 2.5 goals is1.95.
Since Brendan Rodgers' first Premier League game in charge on March 3rd, Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has scored 22 goals, six more than any other player. Vardy to score is1.67.
Watford have scored with just 5.2% of their shots in the Premier League this season, the worst conversion ratio in the division; opponents Leicester have the best ratio (16.1%). Under 2.5 goals is2.38.