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On the home side of King Power, Leicester City are constantly leveling off, there will be a tough challenge in this round of 36 when welcoming Sheffield Unite is sublime. Will The Blades continue the excitement after the recent defeat of Chelsea to win the third round in a row to win a place in the Europa League next season. Or Foxes will wake up in the nest after 2 rounds without winning

Caglar Soyuncu received a straight red card in Leicester's 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth on Sunday and was banned in this match after a situation of kicking the opponent's foot in a situation where the Foxes lost 1-2 backwards, the lack of The absence of the Turkish center-back is an opportunity for captain Wes Morgan to start again. Daniel Amartey and Ricardo Pereira missed this match because of a long-term injury but Brendan Rodgers will hope to have Ben Chilwell and James Maddison, two English players who are rare bright spots in the flock of the Foxes. Past covid. Rodgers is expected to return to the 4-1-4-1 tactical scheme, with Marc Albrighton being able to assume the position of right back. Leicester have won all of the last 4 matches against Sheffield United in all competitions and have kept a clean sheet in the last 3 home games (Premier League).

John Fleck is about to return to full fitness but Leon Clarke and Luke Freeman are on the sidelines of their trip to Leicester. Chris Wilder could put John Lundstram in the starting line-up to win 3-0 against Chelsea, but the Blades captain could keep the line unchanged and crush Chelsea away 3-0 in the last round. , who shines the most is David McGoldrick when he scores twice, the other goal is thanks to the tall striker McBurnie with a comfortable strike. Sheffield United has accelerated impressively when they won 3 matches in the last 4 rounds to be unbeaten, helping them hope to win tickets to the Europa League next season when they are still a slight point behind Wolves top 6. The Blades are weak in the away game with the 4 consecutive matches recently, they have not won.