Sunderland vs Leicester Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win, Sunderland vs Leicester PREMIER LEAGUE April 10, 2016 • 13:30 • Stadium of Light, Sunderland.
Claudio Ranieri is expecting “a fight” when Leicester tackle Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Sunday. The Premier League pioneers are unbeaten since their 2-1 misfortune to Arsenal in February and have won five of their last six matches – all by a 1-0 scoreline.
Leicester realize that a triumph over Sam Allardyce’s side would give them a 10-point pad over Tottenham before Spurs host Manchester United later in the day, while third-set Arsenal confront a troublesome excursion to Champions League chasers West Ham on Saturday. Yet, Ranieri – who saw his side win 4-2 against Sunderland at home on the opening day of the season – has cautioned of the perils of confronting a group who are battling for focuses in their offer for survival.
Sunderland report no new wounds so could be unaltered from the side that drew with West Brom a weekend ago. Lee Cattermole is liable to keep his place in front of Jack Rodwell, Seb Larsson is pushing for a review yet Duncan Whatmore stays out. Leicester are likewise anticipated that would name an unaltered side as they hope to advance fortify their title claims. Jeffrey Schlupp is accessible after a knee harm, he is set to be named amongst the substitutes.
Ranieri affirmed on Friday that Jeffrey Schlupp will be accessible after a knee harm, which means Leicester brag a doctor’s approval for the outing north. Sunderland are relied upon to be missing Duncan Watmore (lower leg).
Sunderland vs Leicester Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win
A 0-0 attract the same apparatus in May 2015 ensured Leicester’s impossible top-flight survival last season. Jan Kirchhoff and Yann M’Vila tackle N’Golo Kanté and Danny Drinkwater in a captivating meeting between two considerably solid focal midfield divisions as two groups with extensively comparable playing rationalities lock horns. Jermain Defoe will want to upstage Jamie Vardy on a day when Sunderland plan to demonstrate they are not exactly as terrible as their position, third base in the table, proposes. Sam Allardyce’s issue is that Leicester will need to remind everybody – Tottenham especially – why they would make commendable champions.
Despite everything I favor Sunderland to complete above Norwich and Newcastle and stay up. So I really think this is a truly precarious amusement for Leicester, who I simply feel are being a bit too over-dependent on how great they are defensivel