A win this weekend could see Leicester relive their 2015-16 season at the top of the Premier League table. The side will play host to Wolves at the King Power Stadium. The match schedules for Sunday with kickoff at 5 pm.
The Foxes are currently third on the table with one point behind leaders Southampton in the table heading into the weekend. Wolves are two points down in the table and currently sitting sixth on the table.
Leicester City started their October on a low note with two consecutive defeats. The side overturned their misfortunes with five wins in all competitions so far. It has been an excellent week for Brendan Rodgers with a 4-1 win against Leeds United. It followed with a 4-0 win against Braga in the Europa League on Thursday.
Their triumphant 4-0 win at Elland Road was a memorable one with Tieleman’s picking a brace and James Vardy and Harvey Barnes. The Foxes are currently 15 points on the table. It forms their best joint best-ever tally after seven games of a top-flight campaign.
Wolves have only one match in their last nine trips to the King Power Stadium. Their 4-1 victory in the Championship back in 2007 that secured their promotion to the Premier League. Nuno Espirito will be looking to build on their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace this Sunday.
Leicester City vs. Wolves Head to Head
Both sides have 13 games against each other, with Leicester taking home five wins while Wolves with three wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Leicester City 4-0 Sporting Braga
Leeds United 1-4 Leicester City
AEK Athens 1-2 Leicester City
Arsenal 0-1 Leicester City
Leicester City 3-0 Zorya Luhansk
Wolves 2-0 Crystal Palace
Wolves 1-1 Newcastle
Leeds United 0-1 Wolves
Wolves 1-0 Fulham
West Ham 4-0 Wolves
Leicester City Team News
Dennis Praet and Mendy are pushing for recalls in their starting XI this weekend. After receiving a dead leg during their trip to Elland Road, Maddison remains match fit this weekend against Wolves. Johnny Evans is back in contention after missing three matches due to a back injury.
Wolves Team News
Nuno is yet to name an unchanged side this season. Without any fresh injury concerns for the side, we expect the same starting XI this Sunday. After an impressive debut, Ait-Nouri looks set to maintain his spot this weekend.
Prediction and Odds
It is difficult to predict, but we expect the poor away record for Wolves at King Power Stadium to continue.
Leicester City Win
Both Teams to Score
Goals Under 3.5