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EPL: LCFC vs Burnley

Leicester City and Burnley will face off in the second week of the season! Their last encounter was a victory for Burnley, which ended 2-1 at Turf Moor. Leicester are still more confident than Burnley despite being down to form, with the excitement from the most recent victory and home advantage, the Foxes will easily win in this encounter.

After regaining confidence with an overwhelming 0-3 victory over West Brom, Leicester are ready to face every challenge for the upcoming match. With Brendan Rodgers led, undeniably they will return stronger this season, new Atalanta rookie Timothy Castagne scored the club's first goal, and Jamie Vardy, according to Style is typical, which starts with two goals this season through penalty spots. Their attack power is still increasing despite losing Ben Chilwell to Chelsea. Ricardo Pereira, Filip Benkovic and Wes Morgan are missing from this match, both due to injuries while Jonny Evans is suspended for two games. Vardy won the Golden Boot for the first time when he scored 23 goals at the age of 31 to put Leicester in a regrettable fifth place but this season he has only 16/1 odds for the race.

With the guidance of Sean Dyche, Clarets survived the season in 10th place on the standings. With the club losing only 1/5 of the last match in the tournament, it is still possible that they can overcome Leicester in this round. Ending the season with 54 points and 15 wins, we can expect something that will lift the morale of the entire team at this point. The last 6 times against Leicester City, they have won 2 times with 3 defeats, scored 6 goals and received 7 goals, the opening round of this season, they have not played yet. Clarets do not have captain Ben Mee, midfielder Jack Cork and striker Ashley Barnes. The Clarets kicked off the season late with a second round tie in the Carabao Cup against rivals Sheffield United, The winner will be facing next week's trip to Millwall in round 3 after Championship side beat Michael Duff's Cheltenham with a 3-1 win on Tuesday night. The League Cup has not been Burnley's friend in recent seasons, with only one league win since 2014.