Will the football business be rethinking after the global pandemic? The current, multi-million dollar offers and rumors rather allow the conclusion that it was not a real lesson, especially for the rich clubs. Two positive examples of well-paid English football are Leicester City and Burnley FC.
A favorite victory is clearly the most likely outcome in this game. The kick-off is late on Sunday evening at the King Power Stadium at 19:00 p.m. The referee is Lee Mason.
As strong as Leicester City’s last season in the Premier League was, it ended up being very bitter. The two defeats on the last matchdays against Tottenham and Manchester United ensured that the qualification for the Champions League did not work out at the last minute.
The protégés of trainer Brandon Rogers see this as a motivation to improve even further in the new season. The start was already a big exclamation mark and in the 3-0 win against West Bromwich the Foxes showed a great performance.
Above all, top scorer Jamie Vardy shone once again, who played a key role in the away win with a brace. Newcomer Timothy Castagne was also in the starting line-up for the first time and contributed directly to the important 1-0. The left-back is the only big name newcomer and has moved from Atalanta Bergamo to the island.
The well-rehearsed and the strong collective are clear plus points at Leicester and the fact that the upcoming opponents have not played a game on Sunday this season is a good thing for the home side. The bottom line is that almost all the arguments in favor of Leicester and Burnley should make a prognosis in the direction of home success. The bookmakers’ odds have also clearly developed in this direction.
Burnley FC can look back on a very good past season, which the club finished in 10th place in the Premier League table. For a long time the club even sniffed the international starting positions and only broke down a little after the restart and the long break from the season.
The team and trainer Sean Dyche want to continue the success story and intervene in current events for the first time on Sunday. Last weekend the Clarets had a game in the League Cup, which was won against Sheffield United on penalties.
The team around top scorer Chris Wood was able to regain confidence before the start of the league. As with their opponents from Leicester, Burnley FC also kept their feet very still on the transfer market in the summer. Only a few young actors were brought in for long-term planning. Otherwise, the focus was clearly on binding the team’s top performers to the club.
This succeeded and so Sean Dyche’s troupe will be able to play a good role again this season. At the start, however, the pairing Leicester vs. Burnley dare to predict from the guests’ point of view that it will be difficult to take anything countable from the King Power Stadium.