Leicester do not have much more to focus on this season than their European adventure and facing PSV will be a massive test for Brendan Rodgers, but still TCF believe this could be the season to go all the way in Europe and reach another milestone in their history.
Leicester will play PSV at home first which could be the ultimate reason for a chance to reach the next hurdle, PSV also have other fights on their hands as the season comes to close.
Brendan Rodgers looks to get his injured players back in contention, and of course having more fresh legs will be fantastic. Wesley Fofana showed his presence in the 2nd leg vs. Rennes. His return is massive and makes this Leicester team more solid and another team than without him.
One set back could be the absence of Wilfred Ndidi, and with Nampalys Mendy not included in the squad could see Hamza Choudhury getting a chance or as Brendan Rodgers did in the Rennes game settled with Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall and Maddison.
The fact that PSV are still very much involved in every area of important games and fighting for domestic honours as well, and of course just two points behind Ajax in the league, will see them having dilemmas to priorities this game in full.
PSV will play Ajax in the Dutch cup final on April the 17th and this will of course be one very important clash. Their German manager Roger Schmidt needs to make his priorites correctly with the games vs. Leicester to be played on the 7th and 14th of April.
The race in the Dutch league will not give PSV any chance to rest players and of course having the cup final just four days after their home clash with Leicester will also be of importance as they go head to head with Ajax.
Leicester will play Brentford at home and Man Utd away before their first clash with PSV. In between the home and away fixture a new match vs. Crystal Palace at home will take place. All huge games for Leicester but still not really taking focus away from the Conference League adventure.
Hopefully it will be positives for Leicester to start at home, getting a number of key players back from injuries and not having much other options than to dream of a place in Tirana, Albania. Roma or Bodo Glimt will be the semi hurdle and in some way iconic that Slavia Prague could be the team to play in the final and getting revenge from the Europa League exit last season.
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