Last season’s stats suggest Leeds should have no problem with cornering superiority over Leicester. Indeed, in all four parameters, which directly affect the number of corners, the home team has an advantage over the guests.
Let’s go in order. The first component is the number of crosses. Leeds made 22.26 crosses per game last season at home, Leicester were limited to 17.26 on the road. The second element is shots on target. For the hosts, it is 5.63, and for the guests – 4.78. The third component is ball control, which directly depends on the number of passes. Leeds averaged 553 assists per game at home, while Leicester averaged 547 assists away. At the end there are takeaways. The fewer the better. Leeds have 14.52 clearance per game and Leicester 18.36.
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If we start from statistics, then the superiority of the home team over the away team is quite enough to bet on a clear victory in corners. But I propose to be a little cautious and stop your final choice on a zero handicap.
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