For most football fanatics, the 2015-16 Premier League season has been erased from the memory. Yet, for Leicester City fans, there is a contrasting story.
Leicester took on West Brom at the King Power stadium in a game which both sides could have done with winning to kick start their respective seasons.
Leicester City vs. West Bromwich Albion
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Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion side take a trip to the King Power Stadium on Monday night, where Craig Shakespeare’s men will be desperate to put three points on the board after their demanding beginning to this seasons Premier League campaign.
A 0-0 draw on the South Coast between the Cherries and the Foxes will I’m sure be leaving Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe bewildered how his side didn’t pick up three points which would have seen them jump their counterparts in the table. Yet, the opposing boss, Craig Shakespeare, stated he was pleased with the hard-earned point but will inevitably be agitated with his side sitting 17th in the table with only 5 points from a possible 21.
Bournemouth vs Leicester City
Bournemouth host Leicester City at Dean Court on Saturday with both sides lingering in the bottom half of the Premier League table.
A memorable night under the Leicestershire lights ended with Liverpool the victors by 3 goals to two. Klopp may feel some pressure lifted after tonight’s result, and the Reds will feel revenge was given after their 2-0 exit at the hands of the Foxes in Tuesday nights’ Carabao Cup fixture.
Leicester City vs Liverpool
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The Foxes welcome Liverpool to the King Power just 3 days after knocking them out of the Carabao Cup with a 2-0 win, a game which marked the fourth game in all competitions that Liverpool have failed to score.
Leicester City visited the John Smith Stadium in what was a League One fixture just nine years ago, but Craig Shakespeare’s men could only pick up one point against a professional Huddersfield side.
Huddersfield Town vs Leicester City
Leicester City visit the John Smith Stadium this weekend desperate for three points and hopeful to pull away from the bottom three after their demanding start to the season. Meanwhile, their counterparts have seven points from a possible twelve, have the manager of the month for August and although suffering their first loss of the season on MNF at the hands of West Ham, have started life very brightly in their first Premier League season.