The middle-table run for Everton has been their longest-running in the League. The race to transform the changing tides will see side Leicester City welcome to the Goodison Park. The match schedules for Wednesday with kickoff at20:00 GMT.
Everton has been on a mix of results in the Premier League pushing the side further down the mid-table standings. The side is currently 12th on the table with 41 points which are eight points clear of Europa football.
Coach Ancelotti has been under pressure since his appointment as head coach. Last weekend enjoyed their first taste of a 1-0 win over side Norwich City. The win marked their first win since the restart.
The Foxes are holding on the gear for a top-four finish in the Premier League. However, all could come falling down this weekend if the side fails to get the better part of Everton. The side is third on the table 55 points, which is one ahead of side Chelsea and three from side Wolves.
Coach Brandon Rodgers is yet to pick up the side’s form before the restart. The side is yet to pick up a win since their 4-0 thrashing of Aston Villa. The side saw draws against Watford and Brighton over the weekend.
Everton vs. Leicester City Head to Head
Both sides have 14 games between them with Leicester City taking home eight homes while Leicester with only four wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Leicester City 2-1 Everton
Everton 0-1 Leicester City
Leicester City 1-2 Everton
Everton 2-1 Leicester City
Leicester City 2-0 Everton
Everton 4-2 Leicester City
Leicester City 0-2 Everton
Leicester City 3-1 Everton
Everton Team News
Cenk Tosun made a surprising move to Everton from Crystal Palace in the January transfer window. After some impressive performance, the star picked up a cruciate ligament rupture which rules him out for the entire season. Anther contention for the sidelines is the Achilles injury recently picked by midfielder Jean-Phillipe Gbagim.
Leicester City Team News
Coach Bradon Rodgers will have to contend with the cruciate ligament rupture suffered by left-back Ricardo Perreira. The star who has been a stand out talent for the Foxes might have played his last match for the Foxes this season. Winger Perez continues warming the bench with Rodgers preferring the partnership between Vardy and Iheneacho.
Prediction and Odds
Leicester City enters the match as the favourites but faces off a revitalized side in the form of the Toffees.
Both Teams to Score
Leicester City First to Score