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Leicester City must make the journey to Vicarage Road later to take on Watford in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg.
The Foxes have a 1-0 lead from the first leg after David Nugent found the net in the closing stages of the match at the King Power Stadium, so Leicester have the slight advantage but know there is still an awful lot of work to do.
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Zola’s side would have been disappointed to concede late on, however they are on home soil now and are sure to fancy their chances of making it to Wembley.
The Hornets have won just once in their last five home matches, which Gianfranco Zola will see as not good enough and they need to find some form on Sunday or their dream of making the Premier League could be over for another season.
When these two met in the league here back in November, Watford took the spoils 2-1 and with the away goals rule not applying to the play-offs, a repeat score-line would take this one into extra-time.
The hosts are being tipped as the 13/10 favourites to win this one and if at their attacking best, they are sure to create a number of chances and cause Leicester a few problems.
Fernando Forestieri was in decent form in front of goal in the closing stages of the campaign and backing him to score first on Sunday could prove to be good value at 6/1.
Vicarage Road needs to be rocking for this one and Watford have to come out of the blocks quickly. An early goal puts this tie right back in the balance and would leave the away side a little bit nervous.
Leicester would have been delighted to get the late goal on Thursday evening as it means they come here as the favourites to progress to Wembley.
Nigel Pearson’s men should have maybe had a few more goals in the first leg and if they make as many chances in this one, they have to be more clinical, especially in the opening stages as an early goal leaves the hosts with a lot of work to do.
It could be a fairly open encounter and if the visitors get a chance to break on the counter-attack, they can cause plenty of problems. A bet on a win for Pearson’s team gives you odds of 12/5.
As mentioned, David Nugent was the hero last time out and his experience could be vital on Sunday. The Englishman only needs a half chance in and around the penalty area to stick the ball in the back of the net and if he is given the right service here, Leicester could be planning a trip to Wembley.
The first legs of these play-off matches can be a bit tense and that was the case at the King Power Stadium. The second legs are where the ties come to life though and we could see nothing other than pure entertainment here. Kick-off is at 11.30am on Sunday.