Pre Match Leicester v Nottingham Forest

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Lako42

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Forest are complete shit and if we don't won the home tie against them we are definitely getting relegated this season.

Anything other than a win is unacceptable
 

Orifice

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It's going to be a 2-2 draw and everything will continue as was....

Happy weekend everyone.
 

Jeff

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Head-to-head

  • Nottingham Forest have lost just one of their six Premier League meetings with Leicester, winning the most recent encounter 1-0 in May 1999. It turned out to be Forest's last top-flight match before this season's return.
  • Leicester have won just one of the last seven league meetings.
  • Forest triumphed 4-1 in the FA Cup last season and could win back-to-back games against the Foxes for the first time since March 1995.


Leicester City

  • Leicester remain the only winless Premier League side. They have equalled their worst record after seven matches of a league season.
  • The Foxes last failed to win any of their first four home league games in 2001-02, finishing bottom that year.
  • The 22 goals conceded so far is the most by a team after seven games of a top flight campaign since West Ham in 1965-66.
  • Brendan Rodgers could lose three consecutive home league games for the first time as a manager.
  • Kelechi Iheanacho can score a Premier League goal on his birthday for the second year in a row, emulating Teddy Sheringham in 1994 and 1995.


Nottingham Forest

  • Nottingham Forest could suffer five straight league defeats in a season for the first time since January 2004.
  • Each of the last nine Premier League goals conceded by Forest were in the second half, including squandering 2-0 and 1-0 half-time leads.
  • They have conceded five goals from corners, more than any other side.
  • Jesse Lingard can become the third player to score a Premier League goal versus Leicester for three different clubs, after Paul Ince and Paulo Wanchope.
 

Orifice

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The Head-To-Head facts are dreadful. The games were a long time ago and much has changed, but still dreadful statistics.
 

parafox

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It'll be 2-2, all from corners. Then jLingz pokes home the winner in the 90th minute and does a dance from fortnite.
 

Graz

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Head-to-head

  • Nottingham Forest have lost just one of their six Premier League meetings with Leicester, winning the most recent encounter 1-0 in May 1999. It turned out to be Forest's last top-flight match before this season's return.
  • Leicester have won just one of the last seven league meetings.
  • Forest triumphed 4-1 in the FA Cup last season and could win back-to-back games against the Foxes for the first time since March 1995.


Leicester City

  • Leicester remain the only winless Premier League side. They have equalled their worst record after seven matches of a league season.
  • The Foxes last failed to win any of their first four home league games in 2001-02, finishing bottom that year.
  • The 22 goals conceded so far is the most by a team after seven games of a top flight campaign since West Ham in 1965-66.
  • Brendan Rodgers could lose three consecutive home league games for the first time as a manager.
  • Kelechi Iheanacho can score a Premier League goal on his birthday for the second year in a row, emulating Teddy Sheringham in 1994 and 1995.


Nottingham Forest

  • Nottingham Forest could suffer five straight league defeats in a season for the first time since January 2004.
  • Each of the last nine Premier League goals conceded by Forest were in the second half, including squandering 2-0 and 1-0 half-time leads.
  • They have conceded five goals from corners, more than any other side.
  • Jesse Lingard can become the third player to score a Premier League goal versus Leicester for three different clubs, after Paul Ince and Paulo Wanchope.

I reckon several of these will continue.

2-2 draw, Lingard will score for them from 25 yards when Ward is for some reason stood behind his goal and to continue the trend of ex-players scoring against us, and then Nacho will get a late equaliser for us to score on his birthday.
 

Lako42

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They are worse at defending corners than us.......****ing lol
 

Rich B

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Forest are complete shit and if we don't won the home tie against them we are definitely getting relegated this season.

Anything other than a win is unacceptable
I see someone's confident
 

Brown Nose

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Ward and Vardy start.

Ward
Castagne Faes Evans Justin
Tielemans Ndidi Dewsbury-Hall
Maddison Vardy Barnes
 

Graz

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KDH needs to be sacrificed for balance IMO - Perez or Albrighton should start.

As for Ward - its both expected and horrifying.

Agreed on all fronts.

KDH is decent, but not good enough to justify unbalancing the team and moving our best player out of position.

Also I thought Ndidi was going to be missing for this, and a while?
 

bocadillo

Water Gypsy
Ward and Vardy start.

Ward
Castagne Faes Evans Justin
Tielemans Ndidi Dewsbury-Hall
Maddison Vardy Barnes
I've heard almost the same, BUT Soumare instead of Ndidi.
 
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