Leicester City host Leeds United at the King Power Stadium. The Foxes are facing Leeds United that recently made a massive decision in the manager’s affairs with the appointments of American soccer coach Jesse Marsch.
Leicester City, under Brendan Rodgers, has continued to rub shoulders with big sides in the league. Despite starting bright, the Foxes are down in the mid-table and fighting towards archiving European tickets.
Leeds United, on the other hand, was faced with a possible relegation. However, the club has recently seen a turnaround that keeps them a few places above the drop zone.
Date: Wednesday 5, March 2022
ET: 7:30 AM
CT: 6:30 AM
MT: 5:30 AM
PT: 4:30 AM
UK: 12:30 PM
WAT: 01:30 PM
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Match Preview and Prediction
Host Leicester City sits twelfth on the league table on the same number of points with Crystal Palace and Aston Villa in 11th and 13th place respectively.
Brendan Rodgers’s men are returning from a comfortable 2-1 victory over struggling Burnley on the road in midweek to boost their chances of getting a European ticket.
Although the Foxes have recorded mixed results lately, the chances are wide open.
Visitors Leeds United live a new era under coach Jesse Marsch who replaced Marcelo Bielsa. Leeds, with mixed results, was faced with a possible relegation.
New coach Jesse Marsch is expected to help solve the porous defence of Leeds United after the club became the first club to concede most goals in a calendar month.
The Yorkshire based club still has a chance to move higher on the league table. Jesse Marsch and his boys will welcome a win against Leicester City.