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The Etihad outfit are unbeaten in their last nine meetings with Leicester, winning each of the last three head-to-heads. While Man City are reigning Premier League champions, Nigel Pearson’s East Midlands outfit are propping up the table.
Worse still for the Foxes, they are seven points from safety and look dead certs for relegation. Now facing a trip to the Etihad, where City have been very strong since becoming mega-rich, it’s no wonder in the regular match betting market that City are massive odds-on 2/7 favourites for victory.
Pellegrini can unleash lethal Argentine attacker Sergio Aguero, the Premier League’s joint top scorer no less, on lowly Leicester, though it is his in-form strike partner Edin Dzeko who is a proven threat against this opposition.
On his only previous career appearance when facing the Foxes, Bosnia frontman Dzeko bagged a brace. He has also netted in both of his last two Premier League outings, and taken the winter window signing of Wilfried Bony as a challenge.
Dzeko is an even-money anytime scorer chance here, plus 5/1 for two goals or more. Pellegrini can also rely on another Eastern European in Serbia wing back Aleksandar Kolarov. He has been on target on both of his previous two outings against Leicester, and is superb value at 7/1 to net again anytime.
Backed up by the likes of James Milner, silky Spain international David Silva and Ivorian powerhouse Yaya Toure, these forward-thinking options will be too hot for Leicester to handle. Only fellow relegation strugglers Burnley and QPR have conceded more goals than Pearson’s team to boot.