Leicester 4, Watford 2, positives and negatives, player ratings and match report, Premier League fixture

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Brendan Rodgers kept it simple and made only two changes from the game v. Legia. Jamie Vardy came in for Patson Daka and Jonny Evans pushed Daniel Amartey to the bench. James Maddison made a great impression against the Polish and continued with a new great game today.

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Match Preview, Leicester v. Watford, likely line-up’s, best bet, head to head, legends from the past, players in both camps + +

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Leicester are currently 13th in Premier League, Watford a few places below in 16th. This is of course emotional as it is the first time back for Claudio Ranieri at this football club being in charge of an opponent.

His start at Watford has been all about giant killing defeating Everton away and Man Utd at home in two of their games under Claudio, but also seeing a few bad results on the way.

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Claudio Ranieri coming back to King Power, his rise, his fall and the short notes of life of the maestro at Leicester

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Leicester will play Watford on Sunday with a very special man returning to the club. Claudio Ranieri is at present manager of The Hornets and has shocked Everton and Man Utd in his current return to English football.

Since leaving Leicester in 2017 Claudio has travelled Europe and been in charge of Nantes, Fulham, Roma, Sampdoria and Watford. A special man for all us foxes fans as he did win Premier League in his only full season as Leicester manager.

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