Date: Tuesday 01, March 2022
ET: 2:45 PM
CT: 1:45 PM
MT: 12:45 PM
PT: 11:45 AM
UK: 7:45 PM
WAT: 8:45 PM
Competition: Premier League 2021/2022
VENUE: Turf Moor (Burnley)
Premier League strugglers Burnley welcome Leicester City to the Turf Moor. The Clarets have struggled since the beginning of the season and currently sit 18th on the league table.
Leicester City also witnessed a significant drift from European places to mid-table. Head coach Brendan Rodgers has a lot of work on his hands if Leicester aims to qualify for Europe.
How to watch Burnley vs Leicester City – live stream, tv channel, prediction
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Match Preview and Prediction
Burnley is currently facing the most difficult times in their Camp in the English Premier League. The Clarets have struggled to grind out results since the beginning of the 2021/2022 season.
In the last ten matches, Burnley has managed to win just two, recording four draws and four losses. Burnley’s has been a mix of goal scoring and conceding.
This season, Burnley is among the teams that concede the most goals.
Leicester City could be missing out on a continental place this season with their current level on the league table, indicating the Foxes need to do more to move to the top.
Head coach Brendan Rodgers still believes his team could get to the top half amid the struggles he’d faced. The misfiring Foxes started the Sea ona bright note but lost their place after a series of mixed results.
Leicester City has failed to win in their last three Premier League matches. The last time the Foxes earned a win was back on December 28 in the defeat of Liverpool at the King Power Stadium.
Score Prediction: 0-0
Burnley needs to grind out results to leave the relegated zone. Former Wolfsburg man Wout Weghorst isn’t scoring many goals as was expected.
Burnley would be without Berg Gudmundsson due to a Muscle injury. Maxwell Cornet and Charlie Taylor are both sitting out of the first team due to a foot injury.
However, Matej Vydra could return to the first team when Burnley tackled strugglers Leicester City at the Turf Moor.
Leicester City is struggling to get the results, and Brendan Rodgers is increasingly looking for options. The Foxes are one of the sides with serious injury concerns.
Top players, including James Justin (Hamstring), Timothy Castagne (Thigh injury), Jamie Vardy (Hamstring), Ryan Bertrand (Knee injury), Jonny Evans (Hamstring) and Wesley Fofana (Ankle injury), are out.