Incredible triumph 5-2 last week at Manchester City, where you won and scored three penalties, it was a real statement of intent of the following foxes that declined in the second half of the past and finally season, he missed the Champions League places.
Early signs suggest that Brendan Rodgers’s side are more than capable to boost the top four again; Not only top of the table sit with three wins in three games, but they are also the top scorers in the division with 12 goals from three games – three more than the previous leader of Liverpool scorers. In fact, no team since 2012 has registered the highest number of goals in their first three league games of the season, foxes have scored three West Bromwich Albion last four and then five past Burnley at Manchester City.
It is in their last two games – against opposition stronger on paper – they have produced their best performances, so David Moyes will be looking forward to this continuing trend Leicester, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Liverpool in their next four league matches.
Moyes will continue watching from home because of his positive test coronavirus, after seeing his side suffer a sort uneven during his absence so far, the 4-0 victory over Wolves being followed by a 4-1 defeat against Everton EFL Cup in midweek.
West Ham have not enjoyed much success away from home under the Scot so far, winning only four of their 23 such games in the league – including 14 losses, eight of which have come in their last 11. By contrast, Leicester has not lost to London opposition since Rodgers took over at the club, a career that includes six victories and dates back to February 2019.
Leicester City possible starting lineup:
Schmeichel; Castagne, Evans, Soyuncu, Justin; Ayoze, Tielemans, Mendy, Maddison, Barnes; Vardy
West Ham possible starting lineup:
Fabianski; Johnson, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaku; Bowen, Soucek, rice, Fornals; Anthony