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Leicester City was able to tie the game against Chelsea

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Leicester, at minute 38, discounted Patson Daka and now the game is tied 1-1 at King Power Stadium. Ben Chilwell had managed to break the score for the Blues in the 10th minute.

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The visiting team comes motivated for this match after a victory in their previous game. Their opponent will be looking for a better result after being defeated in their last match in the championship.

Leicester City was defeated at Saint Mary’s Stadium against Southampton by 0-1 on the scoreboard. In the last games of this season, they have won 2 and lost 2. They scored 8 goals and they have 8 in favor.

Chelsea comes from beating Leeds United at home by 1-0. It is preceded by an irregular series of results in the previous games played: 2 defeats and 2 draws. In addition, he scored a total of 2 goals and 4 have been converted.

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The host is in fifteenth place with 24 points (7 PG – 3 PE – 15 PP), while the visit accumulates 34 points and is in tenth place in the championship (9 PG – 7 PE – 9 PP).

Andre Marriner was in charge of supervising the order of play during the match.

Leicester City training today

Brendan Rodgers was planted in a 3-5-2 lineup with goalkeeper Danny Ward; Daniel Amartey, Harry Souttar and Wout Faes as defenders; Ricardo Pereira, Nampalys Mendy, James Maddison, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Timothy Castagne as midfielders; and Kelechi Iheanacho and Patson Daka as forwards.

Chelsea training today

For his part, coach Graham Potter arranged a 3-4-3 strategy on the field with Kepa Arrizabalaga defending the goal; Wesley Fofana, Kalidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella as full backs; Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Enzo Fernández, Mateo Kovacic and Ben Chilwell in midfield; and with Mykhailo Mudryk, Kai Havertz and João Félix as attackers.

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