At home to King Power, Leicester City are hungry for a title in the season they create quite impressive, in the FA Cup fifth round they will welcome the first-class representative of Birmingham City is quite precarious. Whether the Fox will vent success after failing to win 5 games in a row or Birmingham will surprise to block the circuit 3 consecutive games, losing to the opponent and extending unbeaten away from home to 9.

A calf injury caused Jamie Vardy to leave the field early at Leicester's defeat against Norwich on Friday and as a result he will be at risk here. The fox lost to the rookie in the Premier League and it was the fourth round in a row in the Premier League they did not know the smell of victory, even though they still kept their top 3 but the gap with the chasing group was only is 8 points if you want a ticket to the Champions League next season. Wilfred Ndidi came off the bench against Norwich after a month off the pitch and could start the match to regain his form, the interception is an important link in the middle of The Fox. Ayoze Perez or Kelechi Iheanacho will lead the attack for the Foxes in Vardy's expected absence. Leicester were unable to win any of their last 5 matches and have lost 3 of them. Has had less than 2.5 goals scored in 8 of Leicester's recent 10 matches and witnessed more than 2.5 goals in the last 5 home games against Birmingham in all competitions. Leicester have won 3 recent matches against Birmingham in all competitions and scored at least 2 goals in the last 4 home games against their opponents. Coach Brendan Rodgers and teachers are lacking confidence at home when they won once in the last 5 matches.

Jacques Maghoma and Josh McEachran were both sidelined in Birmingham before Wednesday's trip to Leicester. Scott Hogan has integrated well since joining from Aston Villa in January with 6 goals in his first 7 appearances for the club. Birmingham are unbeaten in the last 13 matches in all competitions but have drawn the last four matches. Both teams have scored in each of the last five confrontations and they have scored at least 2 goals in 5 of 6 away games against Leicester in every tournament. Has had less than 2.5 goals scored in 6 of the last 7 matches of Birmingham and is precarious in the bottom group of the English First Division despite being unbeaten 13 consecutive rounds.  
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