Leicester enters this match after they booked their place in the FA Cup final last weekend for the first time since 1969. However, today they are returning to commitments in the Premier League, against the WBA, which is in great danger of relegation, but the performances in recent weeks have been praiseworthy. Sam Allardyce’s team recorded two consecutive victories against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge with 2:5, and they defeated Southampton at home with 3:0. It takes a little miracle to avoid relegation as they are nine points behind Burnley with a game in hand in seven rounds by the end of the championship. Leicester has tied two defeats against Manchester City and West Ham, and today Harvey Barnes (25/9) and James Justin (23/2) are missing from important players. An interesting fact is that at King Power Stadium in mutual duels they haven’t won since 1994. The WBA must get to the points at all costs and I expect them to give strong resistance.