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

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Brendan Rodgers gave all his three new signings the trust to start this difficult away game against Aston Villa. To go to Villa Park at this time was one difficult act, but today we did see Leicester at their best and this was a big step in the right direction.

We had just found our seats, either at the stadium, in the pub or in the sofa at home, Leicester had a new team out there and we were all very excited, but it started far from fantastic with Ollie Watkins finding the net for Aston Villa after just 9 minutes.

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Walsall 0, Leicester 1, positives and negatives, player ratings and match report, FA Cup 4th round fixture

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Leicester are through to the last 16 in this seasons FA Cup. A massive domination in play but again struggling to make the difference from a number of goal chances.

The team looked strong as Brendan Rodgers had picked his eleven with most of his best players in there, with one major change as Daniel Iversen was in goal instead of Danny Ward, with the Wales international not even named on the bench, seeing Alex Smithies being named in that position.

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In Both Camps; Preston North End

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Leicester and Preston North End do have many players who have been in both camps. Daniel Iversen is the most recent to have played for The Lilywhites, being on loan for two seasons, adding up 67 league games while at Deepdale.

Going a number of years back you also find Graham Cross in this list, as he spent time with Preston from 1977 to 1979, playing a total of 45 league games, scoring one goal. Cross is the leading player regarding most appearances in all competitions at Leicester, on a total of 599 games from 1961 to 1976.

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