Just having to welcome the team at the bottom of the table Newcastle United is a good opportunity for Leicester to regain the joy of victory in the context of having just received 2 consecutive defeats recently.
Currently Leicester are only 12th in the rankings with 19 points won after 15 rounds. An achievement that shows their huge decline. If the foxes do not quickly regain their form, the fox’s ability to compete for a ticket to the European Cup will be violently shaken.
It can be seen that Leicester are showing a very unstable performance. They have just received a defeat on the field of Aston Villa. The defense is really having problems when they often have to concede a lot of goals. Specifically, in the last 4 matches, the goalkeeper had to go into the net to pick up the ball up to 9 times, each match receiving 2 or more goals. However, in the hands of coach Brendan Rodgers still owns a pretty quality squad. In front of weak opponents, they still show their ability quite well. Especially when playing at home.
Newcastle United just got their first win this season. They beat Burnley on their home turf. This is clearly a very encouraging achievement of new coach Eddie Howe. However, he still has a lot of work to do with his beloved football team.
There were hopes for the optimism of Newcastle United but since the change of hands has not made much progress. They still played poorly and couldn’t do much even though the squad wasn’t that bad. To be fair, coach Eddie Howe also helped make the game a bit more stable. However, that is probably not enough to be able to help Newcastle get a good result in the trip to King Power Stadium here.