Everton secured a 1-0 victory over Frank Lampard’s side without Seamus Coleman, James Rodriguez and Fabian Delph, all of whom lost the game through the injury. And as well as the long-term absent Lucas Digne and Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Ancelotti currently confirmed. Pre-Match Press Press Conference that all three will also miss Leicester’s match.
Ancelotti is anticipating a severe Leicester test, which are third parties at the Premier League, but they have won eight games this season, more than any other side on the upper flight. And the Italian admitted that Everton should put on high quality performance, since they were fixed against Chelsea if they are to stop the Brendan Rodgers side, and in particular Jamie Vardy free rating:
“It’s really difficult to [play against Leicester]. They have a good team that are really good at counterattack.
“If you want to have a good result against Leicester, you have to do the same performance that we did against Chelsea, defend well, be focused, do not let them have the possibility to play against counterattack.
Ancelotti was also asked about Ben Godfrey, who was signed as a central defender, but he has also shown on his right back and now left behind from his arrival of October Goodison Park. And on the back of a highly impressive individual performance against Chelsea on the left. Back, Everton’s head spoke in terms that glow intensely over 22 years of age:
“Ben is a good surprise for me because it is showing all its quality, it is a guy with a strong personality, humble, so I think we signed a really advocate, really a good defender”.