Daily Fantasy Football Tips – Sunday 3rd April

Just two matches on Sunday and oddly it’s the 13:30 kick-off which takes centre stage as Leicester City look to continue their unlikely title challenge.

  • Leicester City vs Southampton
  • Manchester United vs Everton

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Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel Leicester City £8.6m
Defender Matteo Darmian Man Utd £8.2m
Defender Chris Smalling Man Utd £7.7m
Defender John Stones Everton £6.0m
Midfielder Riyad Mahrez Leicester City £13.4m
Midfielder Juan Mata Man Utd £8.7m
Midfielder Ross Barkley Everton £12.2m
Midfielder N’Golo Kante Leicester City £6.7m
Midfield Sadio Mane Southampton £9.4m
Forward Jamie Vardy Leicester City £9.3m
Forward Anthony Martial Man Utd £8.0m
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Leicester City vs Southampton Preview

Leicester City host Southampton at the King Power Stadium on Sunday lunchtime knowing that a win will at least retain their five point lead at the top of the table and tick one more game off the list of those remaining. The Foxes have won four of the last five games and lost just three all season. Southampton are also in good form and just three points below the 5th place Europa League spot – the Saints have won their last two games.

Leicester have won three of their last four games 1 – 0 and their defence is excellent; the Saints are also defensively secure and unless Leicester score an early goal, this should be a tight game with few opportunities.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Leicester City (home)  WDWWW  1.67  1.00
Southampton (away)  WLWDW  0.87  0.93



Leicester defenders are our first port of call and then it’s on to Riyad Mahrez and Danny Drinkwater in midfield with Jamie Vardy up front – if you can afford them. Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk are reliable midfielders from Southampton.

Manchester United vs Everton Preview

Given their form this season it’s something of a surprise that Manchester United could hoist themselves up to 4th place given the right set of results; they face Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon and it’s the home team in the better form with three wins from the last four games in the league. Everton have lost three of the last four and are currently stuck in mid-table but we don’t think this is a nailed on home win by any means.

Everton are one of the league’s highest scorers but they’ve been let down by a sieve-like defence too often; it should be an interesting match against a United team who are defensively strong but struggle for goals.

  Form All Games Last 5  Average Goals Scored  Average Goals Conceded
Man United (home)  LLLWL  1.36  0.50
Everton (away)  LWWLD  1.69  1.00



This match is tough to predict because of the variable stats but we have to go with the percentages and a narrow home win – go for Man Utd defenders and midfielders but also bear in mind Everton’s Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaka who always seem to score fantasy points.

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