Winning the title of Leicester in 2015-16,the one that had bookmakers begging punters with 5,000-1 betting slips to cash out early, still used as proof that anything can happen in the Premier League .if a hodgepodge of players who were almost relegated last season can win the league, led by a charming but perennially underperforming manager whose appointment had been greeted with skepticism by the head of Leicester cheerleader Gary Lineker, then it simply can not be true the English top flight is massively skewed towards money clubs in the Champions League elite or most teams in the division has no realistic ambition beyond mere survival.
That’s the theory, anyway. The last two or three seasons have done little to his idea, with Liverpool and Manchester City average of about 2.6 points per game and deleting the rest of the competition with consistency and excellence all round. But one thing that could confound the pessimists Leicester again.Brendan by Rodgers and his players do not need extra pressure when they visit Anfield on Sunday and the two managers naturally be at pains to rule out any mention of the nine titles games this season. However, when Leicester on the table – as they do today – is less easy to assume that soon fade into the background of the form of Everton and Southampton.