Leicester city manchester city premier league by five points
By Daniel O’Connor
A three point advantage for Leicester City in Premier League, after the Leicester City manager Jamie Foxx and the Leicester City players went to Wembley on the final day to play against Tottenham Hotspur, made them the clear favourites for the title.
With only three points separating them from the relegation zone, Leicester are three points ahead of Sunderland and four ahead of Crystal Palace.
Foxx’s Leicester will face West Bromwich Albion at Craven Cottage on Sunday, while on Monday, Crystal Palace will meet Sunderland in a play-off at the King Power Stadium.
Foxx’s Leicester are at the top of the league with five wins, three draws and eight defeats, while Crystal Palace are still three points behind Leicester at the top but are now a point and a half ahead of them.
As of the end of January, Crystal Palace are just five points behind Leicester, and Sunderland are seven points behind Leicester.
Both teams are in the process of rebuilding, having suffered major losses in their respective competitions this season. Foxx managed to save his job last season at the Stadium of Light with a 1-0 win against Everton in the Champions League, but has had to replace managers Paul Lambert and Sam Allardyce.
West Ham’s Hammarby and Villa’s Black Cats are also in relegation battle, while Cardiff have dropped out of the bottom six for the first time in seven years, after seven relegation p바카라사이트laces.
As the final few games come in, the players for both sides will now be concentrating on the next few games, as their positions are vital to their confidence throughout바카라 the campaign.
Lambert, Allardyce and their respective assistants will be keen to pick up points away to West Brom and, despite their dismal performances on Saturday, the players for Villa and Hammarby will be optimistic, believing they can win the league.
There will be no major changes to바카라 the starting eleven on Sunday with the sides playing back to back games, which should help keep the teams sharp.
Crystal Palace: Gabbiadini, Ojo, Di Maria, Carrick, Deeney, Papiss Cisse, Benteke, Sissoko.
West Bromwich Albion: Foxx (Pochettino), Bent, Ward, Benteke, Pjanic, Carrick, Ward.
Sunderland: Lescott, Asamoah, Skrtel, Fofana,