4 min: Gray is beautifully escaped from Ritchie but by the end of the day she was taken away by Dummett. Calls for a kick are free but it looked fair enough.
2 min: Immediately the other side and at Barnes, cutting in and crossing the left, which the delivery is put back the targets with Vardy. It is not difficult for Dubravka but he must move to a claim. Fairies very quickly, quickly.
2 min: And the visitors start off well, Ritchie crosses a crossroads with a running trademark that causes Colleen to finish matters. Lascelles gets a header target from the corner, but very easily for Schmeichel.
Peeeeeeep! That we are going …
Newcastle starts to boot and burn on the left …
King Power starts almost exclusively. Newcastle was impressive in another week's Arsenal and even worse in West Ham before that. When they are very dry they can be very bad, but they didn't think it was enough to catch them, so we hope that this is one of them.
Before we stop here, take time to read this very messy and, in places, with Jacob Steinberg's very real analysis of racism in English football:
Hugh Molloy writes about Harry Maguire and Jamaal Lascelles: “I always think Lascelles is a very good player and I always find that it is not attacked by a club six. Quality and experience – it has high levels in England and it is young for a CB at 25 but still the captain of his society that reflects a character. If Maguire is worth £ 70m with Leicester, someone might get a bargain here – or am I losing something!
It's a good point, and Lascelles is definitely better on the Maguire ball.
Aditya Iyengar writes in: “The race for the seventh year is as interesting as the title – although Wolves, like the City, would have been mad if it was going through it. As a follower of diehard QPR from India, I find it difficult to remember how we were the balanced game for Wolves the last season, hitting them at Loftus Road. In just one year, they are at the Best of the Rest and our home Rotherham's second series is by modifying. As times change! ”
I have to make a case with your first sentence, Aditya, although I agree that it is going to be tight.
I really like the center of Leicester town, isn't it? Youri Tielemans have been as good as work and it is very successful to be connecting it down the next season and beyond. James Maddison is one of the most promising creative forces in about and the power and effectiveness of Wilfried Ndidi are energetically promoted. They are all still young, too! It is easy to see how Rodgers are so excited about getting his teeth to everything.
With the news
Leicester: Schmeichel, Ricardo Pereira, Morgan, Maguire, Chilwell, Ndidi, Gray, Tielemans, Maddison, Barnes, Vardy. Subsections: Evans, Jeano, Albrighton, Ward, Okazaki, Mendy, Fuchs.
Newcastle: Dubravka, Manquillo, Shchar, Lascelles, Dummett, Ritchie, Perez, Hayden, Ki, Almiron, Rondon. Subsections: Shelvey, Diame, Muto, Fernandez, Yedlin, Darlow, Atsu.
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Friday night will bring you … the latest share battle for the seventh. I know! Well, there's only one of those teams running for that and Leicester, who has a four-star roll, from their last four under Brendan Rodgers, who sits alongside the Best. Old Arsen Wenger is a relatively new phenomenon, the fourth is a "cuckoo" and, to be honest, it needs to be shared with many about the state of the Premier League. – but Europa League's preparation rounds should therefore be a space, why not? And Leicester, inside and of themselves, is already very good looking in the Brendan era. You should be shouting well about the building for the next season, however, this one will appear.
Newcastle may be in decline. In fact they are not going but they could and they might have put three points here on the bed. Rafa Benitez's first game was the leader of the Magpies at King Power in the year they went down and Leicester got the better out. There is a very real danger that this could be one of the final stages and that a positive outcome may help to deliver the particularly sensitive contracts t along Tyneside. But who knows what's going on in Mike Ashley's head?
You do not; I do not. But we know that this should be a good game, watch – let us in now, and insert your thoughts, expectations, dreams and fear to the above addresses!