Brendan Rodgers and Graham Potter are two of the most well respected British coaches currently working in football.
Their Leicester and Brighton teams respectively are both capable of playing some excellent football and the winner of their tie on Wednesday should be considered genuine FA Cup contenders.
This is going to be a fascinating watch and we fancy Brighton to continue their strong recent form by qualifying for the quarter-finals at 13/8 with bet365.
|Match Name||Leicester vs Brighton (FA Cup)|
|When||Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 7.30 PM|
|Where||King Power Stadium, Leicester|
|Best Bet||Get 13/8 on Brighton to Qualify @ bet365|
|Live Streaming||Live on BT Sport|
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Brighton have all but ended their fears of being relegated with a recent run of form that has seen them record away wins against Liverpool and Leeds and finally earn their first home league win of the season against Tottenham.
The Seagulls were playing better than their results suggested and they have certainly deserved the upturn in their fortunes.
Leicester remain very much in the hunt for a top four place but will need to improve on their home form if they are to book a return to the Champions League.
The Foxes also need to start taking more of their chances and with just four goals scored in their last four matches a bet on under 2.5 goals may well return nicely at 9/10 with bet365.
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Key Battle to Look Out For
Rodgers and Potter are both managers who have a clear identity underpinning how they want their team to play but are also smart enough to alter their formation and tactics based on their opponent.
The tactical battle is another layer to this match as the two managers try to work out how to create chances against each other’s teams.
Brighton have had issues taking their chances but the experience Danny Welbeck who won the FA Cup multiple times during his time with Arsenal can step up with a goal at 3/1 with Paddy Power.
Please note that all odds are correct at time of article publication.