Where are they now looking in at former foxes and their games in this festivita period, Man City, Crystal P and Everton in the mix

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A number of former foxes has been in action for their current clubs over the festivita period and we have taken a look in starting with Jeffrey Schlupp who scored the last goal in the 3-0 win vs. Norwich.

We all could watch Riyad Mahrez and his penalty goal vs. Leicester in the entertaining 6-3 defeat. Mahrez has scored 5 goals in 15 games so far this season and he is on a route towards another new PL title.

N’Golo Kante was on the field for Chelsea in their 0-0 draw vs. Wolves and he is in good form as he also fights in the top of the PL table.

Harry Maguire was part of a struggling Man Utd team that fought back and managed a draw in the 1-1 match vs. Newcastle. Magurie has so far played 15 times and of course important for the Man Utd team as their steady captain in there under new manager Ralf Ragnick.

Burnley have seen a lot of games postponed and no action seen since the 0-0 draw vs. West Ham at home. Struggling season so far stuck in 18th place but with as many as four games to be rescheduled. Chris Wood and Ben Mee are both playing a key part in their hope for survival.

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Michael Keane and Demarai Gray are both playing steady for Everton as they try to regain their form after a difficult period lately. A positive start has been changed with a troublesome period not being in action since their 1-1 draw vs. Chelsea on the 16th of December.

Richard Stearman has played 8 games so far in a struggling season for him and Derby County, moving from Huddersfield in the summer. Stearman played all 90 minutes in the 1-0 win at home vs. West Bromwich with Cedric Kipre in their line-up.

Reading are a team struggling at the bottom as well, and in the relegation zone at the moment. Liam Moore, Michael Morrison and Danny Drinkwater are all players at their camp at the moment, but it was only Moore that played in the defeat vs. West Bromwich Albion.

Bristol City with former Leicester manager Nigel Pearson in charge are struggling despite having a number of former foxes in their squad. Andy King, Matty James and Danny Simpson are all down at Ashton Gate. James was the only one in action in their 2-3 defeat vs. Huddersfield on the 18th of December.

Admiral Muskwe was on the field for Luton in their 1-1 draw vs. Fulham. A good result as Fulham are fighting hard to get back up. Luton are currently 14th with Muskwe on the field so far in 13 games, no goals for the player that joined The Hatters after being released by Leicester in the summer.

Elliott Moore is a steady performer in the Oxford set up and was on the field in their last fixture losing at home to Wigan. Oxford are 6th at the moment in League One and fighting for a promotion back to Championship level.

Andrej Kramaric was on the field for Hoffenheim in their 1-1 draw vs. Borussia Monchengladbach currently staying 5th in the Bundesliga. Just 2 goals so far for the Croatian international as we expect more goals in the future games coming up.

Islam Slimani came on as a sub for Lyon in their draw vs. Metz. Slimani has 12 appearances and scored once this season for the French team currently 13th in the table but with a minor gap up to the top six with a number of teams on almost equal amounts of points.

If you like to look up more former foxes and their current status you will always find them in our updated where are they now list.

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