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Two of the top three players in the Premier League will play against each other as hosts for Manchester City in Leicester on Saturday – live on talkSPORT

Neither team has been in the top league since mid-March, as both reached the FA Cup semi-finals before the international break

The Füchse had left a sticky mark with two wins in a row, while City had a title procession in the last 25 games with a breathtaking 24 wins

Pep Guardiola’s men are 14 points ahead of the top of the table, although Leicester still has some work to do if they want to stay in the top four

The game takes place at King Power Stadium and starts at 5 a.m. April, 30 p.m.

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Brican Rodgers, Leicester manager: “I don’t think there is any doubt that they [Man City] will go ahead and win the league”They’ve shown a great deal of consistency

“Of course we want to make it as difficult as possible because we want to finish as high as possible

“Their consistency over a long period of this season has made them one of the leaders and if they win the league they will deserve it

“All the teams they have to play against will want to make sure they fight and deserve it, and that’s what they will expect”

Man City Manager Guardiola: “Top quality team [Leicester] We have eight games left, nine of them and they are third in the Premier League That means they did incredibly well and incredibly well

“But not only this season, but also last season. In the previous ones, they were champions at Ranieri some time ago and they have always been there ever since

“They’re losing players, but they’re building the team again. They’re still so solid and competitive that I admire the whole club

“It’s not just for half a season, a season, it’s really good for a long time”

After the 5-2 win at Etihad at the beginning of this season, Leicester wants to conclude their first league double against Manchester City since the 1986/87 season

Manchester City have alternated between defeat (2) and win (2) in the last four away games of the Premier League against Leicester and won exactly this game 1-0 last season

Leicester City won the reversal of that game 5-2 in September – no team has ever scored six league goals in a single season against a team previously led by Pep Guardiola

Leicester could be just the fourth team, after Chelsea in the 2016/17 season and Manchester United and Wolves last season, to complete a league double against a team managed by Pep Guardiola

Manchester City have only received eight away goals in the Premier League this season Tottenham were the only team to score more than once at home against the Citizens this season (2-0) Man City have won each of their last eight away games with a total score of 22-3

Leicester aim to win three games in a row in the Premier League for the fourth time this season and for the first time since January, however, the Foxes have lost 13 of their last 15 Premier League games against the leaders (D2) since they were in January 1998 won 1-0 at Manchester United

Manchester City have won the last 14 away games in all competitions, extending the record among the teams in the top four ranks of England.The Citizens have also conceded more goals (27) and fewer goals (26) in all competitions of all teams in the five best leagues in Europe achieved

Leicester forward Jamie Vardy has scored eight goals in nine Premier League games against Manchester City for Pep Guardiola, twice as many goals as any other player against teams led by the Spaniard

Two of Vardy’s three hat-tricks in the Premier League were against Guardiola’s City in December 2016 and in the second leg at Etihad this season

Leicester striker Kelechi Iheanacho has scored five goals in his last three Premier League games, scoring his first hat-trick against Sheffield United, with six league goals making this the Nigerian’s best scorers season in the Premier League since his first season with Man City in 2015-16 (8)

Man City’s Riyad Mahrez has been involved in 11 goals (8 goals, 3 assists) in his last 13 Premier League starts The Algerian has been involved in four goals in his last three league games against former club Leicester City (2 goals, 2 assists)

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