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Foxes to fall short
Leicester take on Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final second-leg on Tuesday and another tight contest is expected.

Atletico head to the King Power Stadium with a 1-0 lead and managing to stop Leicester from bagging an away goal at the Vicente Calderon could prove crucial in deciding this tie.

The defending Premier League champions punished Sevilla in the last-16 as they managed to snatch a late goal in the first-leg in Spain, losing 2-1, before recording a 2-0 win in the return match.

Diego Simeone's men have been fantastic in the Champions League this season and they have only suffered one defeat - that coming against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena when they narrowly lost 1-0.

The impressive form has been largely down to the brilliant defence for Los Rojiblancos, having conceded just four goals in Europe this term, and this is a reason why it will be so hard for the Foxes to get the required result on home soil.

A sturdy backline has then allowed the more creative players in the team to push forward and France international Antoine Griezmann has been in cracking form, having scored five Champions League goals, and he looks a good shout to score at anytime on Tuesday.

Simeone is a master tactician when it comes to setting his side up for important games, especially away from home, and backing the draw at n/a looks to provide some good value.

However, despite the pedigree of the travelling team, there is still some hope for a Leicester side that have been in resurgent form since Craig Shakespeare could charge following the sacking of Claudio Ranieri.

The Foxes have won six, lost two and drawn one across all competitions since the new appointment and their star man that helped clinch the Premier League title last season have found their groove again.

England international Jamie Vardy has taken his league tally to 11 for the campaign and the striker could be a real handful for the Atletico defence at the King Power, while Algerian Riyad Mahrez is getting close to his previous best.

The English side do have goals in their side, having scored 19 from their last nine matches in all competitions, and that is why backing a 1-1 draw could be an astute bet.

Ultimately, this looks like it will be a bridge too far for Leicester and the experience, and extra quality of Atletico, should prove enough to see the Spanish club book their spot in the semi-final stage of the competition.

Recommended Bet: Draw n/a
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