Predicted Leicester City line-up to face Everton in the Premier League
Leicester City have shown strong form over the last few weeks after picking up another win against Newcastle United last weekend. Claude Puel’s men have looked confident and cohesive going forward.
The Foxes will now host Everton at the King Power Stadium this weekend. Puel will be hoping for another strong performance from his side.
Jamie Vardy has been deemed fit for this game after suffering a knock against Newcastle United.
Probable Leicester City XI
Manager: Claude Puel
Kasper Schmeichel (GK)
The Dane has been supreme between the sticks over the last two years. He will continue in goal for this game.
Daniel Amartey (RB)
Amartey has benefitted after receiving an extended role in the squad this season. His raids down the right flank have been fruitful.
Wes Morgan (CB)
Morgan has always been a massive presence at the back for the Foxes. The Leicester captain will start this one as well.
Harry Maguire (CB)
Maguire scored his first goal of the season in the last game and picked up the assist for Vardy’s finish as well.
Ben Chilwell (LB)
Chilwell has been one of the standout performers for the Foxes this season. He will surely play a huge role for the club.
Nampalys Mendy (RCM)
The French international has been excellent with his passing and distribution in the middle of the park.
Wilfred Ndidi (LCM)
Ndidi’s work rate and relentless running off the ball has always been a massive asset for the Foxes. Puel will want more of the same from him in this game.
Ricardo Pereira (RAM)
Pereira has benefited from an advanced role under Claude Puel this season. He should continue on the right-hand side of the midfield.
Kelechi Iheanacho (CAM)
The Nigerian’s pace and trickery will pose all sorts of problems for the Toffees at the back.
James Maddison (LAM)
Maddison has been the go-to option up front for the Foxes this season. He seems to be running the show at the moment.
Jamie Vardy (ST)
One of the most potent forces in the Premier League, there’s always a chance that Vardy gets himself a goal.