“Brentford” can be congratulated on successfully completing the task at least for the season – retaining a place in the Premier League. Over 25 rounds, the team has scored 38 points, which is 2 points less than the 40-point bar, which practically guarantees the club participation in the elite league next year.

The Bees prefer to get their way with the number two, relying on lightning counter-attacks. On average per match, this style creates 1.46 xg with 1.26 xg allowed.

It is worth noting that Brentford is quite uncompromising. It wasn’t until the last round against Everton (0-1) that his 12-match unbeaten streak was broken.

Leicester are teetering on the edge of the relegation zone after 26 games played. The team finished 16th, only surpassed by West Ham and Bournemouth by additional metrics.

In the last 4 rounds, the Foxes lost by a total goal difference of 1:8, but it is worth considering the complexity of the calendar. They faced Manchester United (0-3), Arsenal (0-1) and Chelsea (1-3).

On average per game, the team creates 1.27 xg with 1.66 xg allowed (3rd from bottom).

Noteworthy is Leicester’s mediocre defensive performance in away matches, where they conceded 63% of goals.

My guess is that Leicester will try to play more aggressively in the last period to make up for their poor performance in recent games. Considering the problems in the defense of both teams, I expect a productive game.