EPL: EFC vs LCFC






Leicester City will continue to look for the first win since the Premier League restart when they host Everton at Goodison Park on Wednesday night. Foxes are still third but have seen their Champions League position threatened, while hosts Everton still have the opportunity to attend the European Cup next season.

Everton could welcome Yerry Mina and Fabian Delph back for the first time since the tournament was postponed due to the covid epidemic, this match could come too soon for Djibril Sidibe due to inflammation in the leg, while Theo Walcott will also forced to wait a while longer to return. Cenk Tosun and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are both long-term absentees for the Toffees. Everton are also not in good scoring condition with only 1 goal in the last 3 matches, but at least they came back to win against Norwich City in the previous round. Many may have expected a more comfortable win than their 1-0 win at the bottom of the Premier League table, but Carlo Ancelotti won't complain about the 3 points in time to end the 4-game winning streak. Everton avoided a rare defeat against Liverpool in the derby, and they will be confident from that performance back to the 2nd home match since restart. The Toffees are the only Premier League team to remain unbeaten at home in 2020 in all competitions, while their 7-game winning streak extends to Leicester's last visit in December, when the Foxes. Win the match against the EFL Cup on penalties. Everton's last Premier League defeat at home in November, Ancelotti's side are just 4 points away from the final position of the Europa League qualifier with matches against direct rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves and the upcoming Sheffield United. while their 7-game winning streak lasted until Leicester's last visit in December, when the Foxes won their match against the EFL Cup on penalties. Everton's last Premier League defeat at home in November, Ancelotti's side are just 4 points away from the final position of the Europa League qualifier with matches against direct rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves and the upcoming Sheffield United. while their 7-game winning streak lasted until Leicester's last visit in December, when the Foxes won the match against the EFL Cup on penalties. Everton's last Premier League defeat at home in November, Ancelotti's side are just 4 points away from the final position of the Europa League qualifier with matches against direct rivals Tottenham Hotspur, Wolves and the upcoming Sheffield United.

Leicester are expected to be absent from James Maddison again for this time after he missed the FA Cup clash with Chelsea due to a hip injury. Rodgers acknowledged that he was a suspect for this game but it would be okay to return to Crystal Palace at the weekend, which could mean another start for Dennis Praet in midfield. Ricardo Pereira and Daniel Amartey are still sidelined, while Jamie Vardy will once again look for his 100th Premier League goal to be wrong with silencing both matches since his return so far. Whatever happens in the last 7 games of this season, it's still a memorable campaign for Leicester - however, winning just 4 wins in the last 15 away games, including only 1 in The last 7 matches are only 6 points behind Wolverhampton.


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