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After successive defeats - they lost by a single goal to Leeds and Middlesbrough - that saw Ipswich draw level with them at the top of the Championship and the lead of the top two cut to eight points, it was a welcome return to form at the weekend.
A second-half Jamie Vardy double saw them ease past Watford 2-0, but they were pegged back on Wednesday night by a late Sheffield Wednesday goal.
It is another frustrating loss of points from the Foxes who have seen the chasing pack gain ground on them and the lead over Ipswich cut to just one point, and things don’t get much easier with a tricky trip to the Hawthorns to face West Brom early on Saturday.
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Leicester Championship Promotion Odds
The Foxes are currently top of the table, clear of second-placed Ipswich Town, who they’ll face in an eagerly anticipated fixture on Boxing Day.
Will they still be first and second by then?
For now, Leicester are odds-on favourites to be promoted, priced at 1/5.
Leicester Championship title Odds
Along similar lines, the 2016 Premier League champions are priced at 4/7 to add the Championship trophy to their cabinet.
Leicester FA Cup Odds
Leicester won the FA Cup for the very first time in 2021, so could they become the first club from outside the top division to win the cup since 1980?
Leicester Betting Tips and Predictions
Our experts will sure you don’t miss a moment of the 2023/24 season as Leicester takes part in the Championship. Make sure you take in the latest Leicester tips below or visit our football betting tips page to see everything we have on offer.
Leicester Betting Offers
The Championship sees each team play 46 matches, and it can be incredibly demanding. However, keep an eye out for any Leicester betting offers this season, especially ahead of Leicester’s biggest games against potential promotion rivals.
Prior to their relegation last term, Leicester were a respected Premier League club, and they had enjoyed an uninterrupted period of 10 years flourishing in England’s top-flight division.
The Foxes were crowned Premier League champions in the 2015/2016 season when Claudio Ranieri was the architect of a fairytale campaign which culminated in captain Wes Morgan lifted the title after Andrea Bocelli had resounded the King Power Stadium before the trophy presentation with his renditions of classical triumphs Nessun Dorma & Time to Say Goodbye.
Before they moved to the King Power Stadium in 2002, Filbert Street had been the Foxes’ proud home since 1891. Many a star graced their presence at Leicester over the years at their old home, including Steve Claridge, Emile Heskey, and Muzzy Izzet.
At one time, Leicester were a bit of a yo-yo club as they flitted in and out of the Championship and League One, and they have a decorated history having won the FA Cup and League Cup (the latter they have won three times – 1964, 1997, and 2000).
Leicester have also taken part in the Champions League before, and in the 2016/2017 campaign, they reached the knockout stages and got past Sevilla before they were bundled out of the competition in the quarter-finals by Atletico Madrid.
But Leicester’s decorated history has been tinged with sadness too. In 2018, the former owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in a helicopter crash as his flight tried to take off from the King Power Stadium, and this saw an outpouring of grief with fans leaving flowers outside the ground.
Of course, Leicester will have seen numerous personnel changes over the past month or so, but they have plenty of pedigree, and they will be hoping to take their place in the Premier League come May. Only time will tell as to whether or not they will be able to bounce back at the first time of asking!