Leicester v Everton: match preview | Premier League

Every game is of huge significance to Everton at the moment and a trip to a Leicester team reeling from a narrow defeat in Rome, where Brendan Rodgers’s side exited the Europa Conference League semi-finals late on Thursday, presents the latest opportunity to alter a concerning landscape. Leicester’s last win came at PSV Eindhoven seven games ago, while Everton are targeting successive victories for the first time since September. Rodgers will shuffle his pack but is desperate for the season not to fizzle out. Ben Fisher

Sunday 2pm

Venue King Power Stadium

Last season Leicester 0 Everton 2

Referee Craig Pawson

This season G24 Y105 R2 4.45 cards/game

Odds H 8-5 A 19-10 D 12-5


Subs from Ward, Jakupovic, Vestergaard, Odunze, Choudhury, Lookman, Vardy, Dewsbury-Hall, Pérez, Justin, Fofana, Evans, Daka, Soumaré

Doubtful None

Injured Ndidi (knee, unknown), Bertrand (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y50 R1


Leading scorer Vardy 10


Subs from Begovic, Tyrer, Lonergan, Kenny, Keane, Branthwaite, Gomes, Davies, El Ghazi, Alli, Dobbin, Rondón, Calvert-Lewin, Astley, Price, Welch

Doubtful None

Injured Godfrey (quadriceps, 17 May), Van de Beek (groin, 17 May), Patterson (ankle, Jun), Townsend (knee, unknown), Tosun (quadriceps, uknown

Suspended None

Discipline Y74 R4


Leading scorer Richarlison 8

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