Leicester City began the 2018/19 Premier League campaign with quite satisfying results. However, the team directed by Claudio Puel should not be satisfied quickly, especially at 8th Matchdays this weekend, they will face one of the strongest teams, Everton. The match is planned to take place on Saturday night, October 6, 2018 at King Power Stadium, Leicester.
As we said, Leicester City recorded a pretty good start to the season, with a total of 12 points they have collected from 7 matches that have taken place so far. In their last five matches, Claudio Puel’s team also has managed to win 3 consecutive wins after two previous defeats. Even though, they will play at home against Everton, The Foxes certainly won’t be easy to package full points.
Everton themselves appear dubious at the beginning of this season, it is seen from their position in the Premier League standings, where the Toffees sit at ranked 11th with only 9 points from 6 matches that have taken place. In their last five matches in all competitions, Everton have only packed one win and swallowed 3 defeats.
Head to head Matches – Leicester vs Everton
01.02.18 Everton 2-1 Leicester
29.10.17 Leicester 2-0 Everton
09.04.17 Everton 4-2 Leicester
07.01.17 Everton 1-2 Leicester
26.12.16 Leicester 0-2 Everton
Leicester’s Last 5 Matches:
01/09/18 Leicester City FC 1-2 Liverpool FC
09/15/18 AFC Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester City FC
09/22/18 Leicester City FC 3-1 Huddersfield Town
09/26/18 Wolverhampton 0-0 Leicester City FC
29/09/18 Newcastle United 0-2 Leicester City FC
Everton’s Last 5 Matches:
08/30/18 Everton FC 3-1 Rotherham United
01/09/18 Everton FC 1-1 Huddersfield Town
09/18/18 Everton FC 1-3 West Ham United FC
09/23/18 Arsenal FC 2-0 Everton FC
29/09/18 Everton FC 3-0 Fulham FC
Leicester: Kasper Schmeichel, Harry Maguire, Jonny Evans, Danny Simpson, Wes Morgan, Demarai Gray, Marc Albrighton, Matthew James, Adrien Silva, Kelechi Iheanacho, Jamie Vardy.
Everton: Jordan Pickford, Leighton Baines, Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka, Michael Keane, Morgan Schneiderlin, Tom Davies, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Sandro Ramirez, Kevin Mirallas, Theo Walcott.