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Pre Match Aston Villa v Leicester, League Cup semi final second leg

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Jeff

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Tuesday, 19:45

If you're going and haven't picked up your free scarf, you can get it from the club shop today or tomorrow. You can't get one on the night of the game, because Villa are ****s. https://www.lcfc.com/news/1586721/last-chance-for-foxes-fans-to-claim-free-scarves-for-villa-trip


The M6 will be closed between J4 and J2 after the game.

Foxes fans returning to Leicester after the fixture are therefore advised to take the following diversion route:

1) M6 South
2) Exit at Junction 4a for M42 North
3) M42 to Junction 10 (Tamworth and A5 Watling Street)
4) Travel east on the A5 to the M69
5) Take the M69 north to Leicester
 

Jeff

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Surely they could have handed them out outside the turnstiles? They’ve done that before.

Or even post them all FFS
Presumably they'd still need Villa's permission to hand them out near the turnstiles.
And as I mentioned, Villa are ****s.

Most people going are season ticket holders, so could have picked them up before the West Ham match.

I'm going, but I'm not making a 400+ mile round trip to Leicester just for a scarf.
 

Billyjof

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Interesting game this, should we play to our potential then we would be clear favourites. We have players across the team that can hurt them, but I feel too many inconsistentencies at the moment though particularly those that are considered our goal threats.

could possibly be a squeaky bum time penalty shoot out.

I’d like to see us have a go at Man City at Wembley.
 

londonfox

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Interesting game this, should we play to our potential then we would be clear favourites. We have players across the team that can hurt them, but I feel too many inconsistentencies at the moment though particularly those that are considered our goal threats.

could possibly be a squeaky bum time penalty shoot out.

I’d like to see us have a go at Man City at Wembley.
I’d much rather have a go at that rabble from Old Trafford
 

sparky79

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I agree with going for the jugular. The chance for the first stab at league cup success in 20yrs.

Schmeichel
Pereira Evans Soyuncu Chilwell
Ndidi
Perez Tielemans Maddison Barnes
Iheanacho

Subs: Ward, Morgan, Choudhury, Praet, Vardy, Albrighton, Justin
 

Lako42

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It's all well and good saying target Grealish but you forget that he falls over if someone even looks at him.

Giving away free kicks is probably the one way they can expect to win the game.
 

Volpone

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It's all well and good saying target Grealish but you forget that he falls over if someone even looks at him.

Giving away free kicks is probably the one way they can expect to win the game.
No doubt they are thinking exactly the same about Maddison.
 

Graz

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Not a chance we leave out Vardy for this, so long as he's fit (which I don't think there's any suggestion he isn't)

And nor should we. Nacho's played well recently but he's no Vardy. Not to mention that Vardy has proven time and time again he can do it in big games, which this is.

Vardy hat trick incoming.
 
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Liverpool 27  79
Manchester City 27  57
Leicester 28  50
Chelsea 27  44
Manchester Utd 27  41
Tottenham  27  40
Sheffield Utd 27  40
Wolves 27  39
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