Our football match prediction:
As expected, Sunderland failed to upset Liverpool at Anfield at the weekend. The Black Cats suffered a 2-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp’s team on Matchday 13, with the team failing to move away from the bottom of the table. Sunderland, though, are just three points behind 17th-placed Crystal Palace and we predict that the hosts will go for a win in Saturday’s football match against Leicester City. The title holders have been playing below expectations this season and they are on a four-game winless run in the Premier League ahead of the trip to Sunderland. The Black Cats want this win more than their rivals and that is the main reason why we are tempted to put our money on the rock-bottom side this time out. You should bear in mind that Sunderland recorded a routine 3-0 win over Hull City in their last home fixture in the English elite division.
Highlighted Player (McNair):
Following in the footsteps of his compatriot Jonny Evans, Paddy McNair joined the Manchester United academy in 2011 and he was surprisingly handed first team debut by Louis van Gaal at the start of the 2014/2015 season. Despite his fragile age, the talented central defender has been putting in some very mature performances ever since, and everything suggests he could go on to become an important player at Old Trafford in years to come. After representing a number of youth sides, McNair made his first appearance for the Northern Ireland senior national team in a March 2015 friendly vs Scotland, before making another three outings as his side secured their place at the Euro 2016 finals. Northern Ireland coach Michael O’Neill surprisingly played McNair in holding midfield in the March 2016 friendly vs Wales. After the youngster impressed in the middle of the park, O’Neill went on to suggest that the Manchester United starlet may be used in midfield rather than defence in years to come in the national team.
Highlighted Team (Leicester City):
Leicester City FC Is an English football club which was founded in 1884. The club ws originally founded as Leiceser Fosse but due financial reasons the club changed it’s name in 1919 to Leicester City FC. The club is been playing in the Premier League and Championship on and off.Leicester City hosts it’s home games in the King Power Stadium which holds a capacity of 33 000 seats. The club colours are blue and white. The Leicester fans call their club The Foxes.Leicester City won 3 big titles: the League cup 3 times in 1964, 1997 and 2000. The club from Leicester managed to reach the FA Cup final 4 times. In lower English football divisions the club managed to win a couple of titles. The last time Leicester played in a European competition was in 2000/2001 where the club played, and lost 2 times against Red Star Belgrade. Remarkable players that played for Leicester City FC are Mancini, Lineker and Heskey.