Turf Moor is a difficult place to go, but Leicester do have a grand chance to bring all three points to the table with a certain Jamie Vardy back from injury.
If Brendan Rodgers decides to continue more or less with the same set up as against Wolves and also playing the midfield trio he used vs. Randers it looks as a possible win.
Date: 01.03.22, Venue: Turf Moor, Match: Premier League
We do feel that everyone is looking forward and towards the end of the season with the same set up as we all would like and of course seeing a difficult time through for fans, players, owners and the management team.
The fact that the team again have the top strength and hopefully also getting the benefit of having Jamie Vardy back in the set up will of course be seen as a positive, but again Burnley should not be faulted in any way.
Burnley will of course come to the game with a team that has been undefeated in their three last games and also two strong wins vs. Brighton and Tottenham
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Manager: Brendan Rodgers, profile
Likely Line-Up, (4-3-3), Schmeichel – Pereira, Amartey, Soyuncu, Thomas – Ndidi, Tielemans, Maddison – Lookman, Daka, Barnes, Subs: Ward, Vardy, Choudhury, Albrighton, Soumare, Iheanacho, Dewsbury-Hall, Mendy, Perez
Manager: Sean Dyche, profile
Likely Line-Up, (4-4-2), Pope – Pieters, Mee, Trakowski, Roberts – Lennon, Cork, Brownhill, McNeil – Weghorst, Rodriguez, Subs: Taylor, Westwood, Barnes, Bardsley, Collins, Long, Hennessey, Lawton
In Both Camps – Burnley
TCF Prediction: 1-1 – Draw
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Looking in the mirror we do have to go back to 2019, when Leicester managed a 2-1 away win and really made great progress from then on. Wes Morgan scoring in the 90th minute to win the game and also that great James Maddison goal a bit earlier.
We believe Brendan Rodgers again can upset Burnley and bring home all three points as the home team will attack and go for all three being in need of points to stay up.
Looking in the back mirror we do have a few players that comes to mind, Ben Mee of course playing for Burnley at present and earlier being on loan at Leicester. Chris Wood who just moved to Newcastle.
Going back to the late 60’s you will of course find the name Andy Lochhead who was in 1968 bought from Burnley to Leicester and had a long career at Turf Moor. His stay at Leicester was a bit shorter but played in the 1969 FA Cup final.
To have a lookup of players with a life in both camps you will always find them in our update. We certainly hope again Leicester will be able to bring all three points to the table on their trip tomorrow.
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