Rodgers' men have struggled to get going since the game returned, and Al Hain-Cole expects another slow burner when they face the stubborn Eagles.
Leicester will be determined to get his season back on track when they welcome Crystal Palace to King Power Stadium for Saturday's Premier League clash.

The Foxes have only claimed two points out of a possible nine since soccer resumed after the lockout, extending a disappointing career that has returned just two wins in 11 games in all competitions.

Leicester vs Crystal Palace Latest odds
Having exhausted the winners 2-0 in the November reverse match at Selhurst Park, they are 8/13 (1.62) favorites with bet365 to bounce back to the top here.

However, Roy Hodgson's team had won each of the previous four meetings between the sides before the November clash, and can be backed in 1/5 (6.00) to regain the lead with another victory.

There has only been one draw in the last 11 matches between this duo, but you can get 13/5 (3.60) odds on this one by finishing all squares.

Leicester vs Crystal Palace Team News
Daniel Amartey and Ricardo Pereira remain the only hosts absent as they struggle with long-term Achilles and ankle injuries, respectively.
Crystal Palace 0-2 Leicester City: Premier League – as it happened ...

Martin Kelly, James Tomkins and Jeffery Schlupp are unlikely to show up due to injury, although Christian Benteke may be available after recovering from a muscle strain.

Leicester vs Crystal Palace Preview
Just two goals in the four games since the game resumed suggests that Brendan Rodgers' men are fighting for fluency, while the fact that they have found the net in the first hald only once in 11 games shows that a team cannot start running in games.

This could be an issue against an Eagles team that has conceded before halftime in just three of their previous 10 games, though they only scored four times in that period.

Leicester vs Crystal Palace predictions
All in all, the odds of 11/10 (2.10) seem too good to pass up most of the goals that come after the break for the sixth meeting in eight between Leicester and Palace.

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