AS Roma vs Leicester Predictions


AS Roma and Leicester will face each other in the rematch of the semi-finals of the Conference League. AS Roma finished the group stage of the Conference League in first place with 18 points. Leicester finished third in the Europa League, and they continued to compete in the Conference League.

May 5th, 2022 – 21:00


AS Roma vs Leicester Betting Tips & Predictions

Draw @ 3.20

BTTS Yes @ 1.80

Correct score 1:1 @ 6.50

Reason for AS Roma vs Leicester Predictions

The return leg of the Europa Conference League semi-final is set to take place at the Stadio Olimpico in the Italian capital when AS Roma host Leicester City on Thursday. There was not a lot to separate the two teams in the first leg as the match finished 1-1 after an early Pellegrini goal was canceled out by a second-half Roma’s own goal. Roma is seeking their first piece of silverware since the 2007/08 Italian Cup and their first appearance in a UEFA organized final since the 1990/91 UEFA Cup, which they lost to Inter Milan by an aggregate score of 2-1. The Giallorossi currently sit sixth in the league table with 59 points, even with city-rivals Lazio in fifth and three points ahead of seventh-place Fiorentina; all three of which are battling for the two Europa League qualification spots. Eldor Shomurodov enjoys the field, and when he receives the ball and goes towards the goal, the opponent has problems because he passes through the defense like a fast train. Bryan Cristante found the right role in the team, he moves great in the middle of the field, and it isn’t easy to take the ball away from this guy. Regarding absentees, there’s just a single fitness concern for the Roma coach José Mourinho to be concerned with, thanks to an otherwise robust group. Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Hamstring Injury) won’t play.

Leicester will be taking heart from their quarter-final when they won their second leg tie 2-1 away to PSV. This was a rare away win for the Foxes and remained their only win in their last seven matches on the road. Leicester lost their previous game when they were beaten 3-1 away to Tottenham. They have been poor all season away from home, and their points tally of nine on the road is the 4th lowest points tally in the Premiership. In Europe this season, they have won three and lost three of their away matches. Youri Tielemans plays well in the middle of the park, and he does not allow the opponent much action. Kelechi Iheanacho enjoys the pitch, and when he receives the ball and goes towards the goal, the opponent has problems. Thanks to a mainly full-strength group, there’s just a single fitness issue for the Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers to be concerned about. Wilfred Ndidi (Knee Injury) won’t be playing here.


There are no favorites in this match, and we won’t be surprised if this clash could end in a draw.

We can expect a big fight between these two teams, and both of them should be able to score. One thing is for sure – football fans should enjoy this game.


Author: Arnold Kennedy