Brendan Rodgers insisted Leicester were still well placed to make their Champions League dreams reality despite their slump continuing with defeat at Everton.
Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson struck early on as Leicester’s grip on a Champions League place was loosened yet further with a 2-1 defeat at Everton.
Leicester are confident their final three Premier League home games will go ahead despite the city’s local lockdown.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti feels there is still enough time to agree a new contract with veteran left-back Leighton Baines for next season.
Everton have defender Yerry Mina available again after a thigh injury for Wednesday’s Premier League visit of Leicester.
The Premier League is waiting to hear whether Leicester will be able to play at home this weekend or for the foreseeable future after the city was placed under tougher restrictions due to a spike in coronavirus cases.
The Premier League is waiting to hear whether the localised lockdown in Leicester will force the club to postpone home games or play at a neutral venue.
Brendan Rodgers feels it is unfair to single out Jamie Vardy for his lack of goals in Leicester’s recent poor run.
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Roy Hodgson says Crystal Palace are happy to face Leicester at a neutral venue, if the King Power club are unable to host this weekend’s Premier League fixture due to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Brendan Rodgers feels Leicester are flexible enough to react should they be subjected to stricter local lockdown measures.
Ross Barkley believes Frank Lampard’s ruthless desire to win trophies can give Chelsea the edge in the FA Cup.
The race for the Premier League’s Golden Boot is hotting up after Southampton’s Danny Ings struck twice against Watford on Sunday to move within one of leader Jamie Vardy.
Manchester City stayed on course to defend their FA Cup crown by beating quarter-final opponents Newcastle 2-0 at St James’ Park.
Boss Frank Lampard demanded more from Chelsea despite his side reaching the FA Cup semi-finals.
Ross Barkley sent Chelsea into the FA Cup semi-finals after a deserved 1-0 win at Leicester.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner believes the club’s hunger for success will not diminish in the wake of their maiden Premier League title win and is hopeful of “another period of sustained success”.
Brendan Rodgers believes history is there to be made as Leicester target FA Cup glory.
Leicester have no new injuries for Sunday’s visit of Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Brendan Rodgers insists he is not worried by the chasing pack as Leicester look to close out Champions League qualification.