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Leicester City: Predicted Foxes’ XI to play Crystal Palace on Monday

Leicester City will be aiming to make it back-to-back Premier League victories on Monday evening as they do battle with Crystal Palace.

The Foxes head into the clash at the King Power Stadium having soundly defeated West Bromwich Albion 3-0 last Thursday.

Will Rodgers be tempted to rotate much for the visit of the Eagles?

We are expecting just a couple of changes to the team that dispatched of the Baggies last week.

Kasper Schmeichel will, of course, be in goal as he has been for the Foxes’ last 108 league matches.

Will Leicester beat Palace on Monday?

Yes, easy win.

Yes, easy win.

No, not this time.

No, not this time.

The Dane is set to be shielded by a strong back-three with Jonny Evans, Caglar Soyuncu and Wesley Fofana all selected. The former will be hoping to get on the scoresheet once more having netted against West Brom last time out.

There might be a slight alteration out-wide though. Timothy Castagne will doubtless play after an exhilarating showing against the Baggies on Thursday but Ricardo Pereira could return after sitting out the previous game.

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Should he be fit enough, he will replace young left-back Luke Thomas, despite it possibly being better for the latter to remain in the starting XI.

Wilfred Ndidi and Youri Tielemans should start again having harnessed a hugely impressive understanding this season.

There should, however, be a slight alteration in front of that duo with £110k per week James Maddison, who is only just making his return from a long-term lay-off, replaced by Ayoze Perez.

Leicester’s front two should look exactly the same. Kelechi Iheanacho continued his fantastic form with yet another goal against West Brom, whilst Jamie Vardy ended his long run without one against the Baggies.

He will certainly be hoping to continue that goalscoring form on Monday having netted five career goals against the Eagles.

AND in more news, Leicester have been boosted with a major transfer target now potentially available…

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