Leicester City will be travelling to Turf Moor on Saturday as they aim to claim back-to-back wins when they face Burnley.

Brendan Rodgers got his first win as Leicester manager last Saturday after his side beat visitors Fulham 3-1 at the King Power in Rodgers’ second game in charge of the club.

The victory meant Leicester moved past Everton to 10th place in the Premier League, now six points behind Wolves in seventh. The gap may now be too much for the Foxes to close, but the new boss stated in his press conference on Thursday that getting the team back into Europe is his ambition.

Leicester looked dominant in the first half against Fulham, not allowing a single shot to be taken from the Cottagers. A shaky period in the second half allowed the away side back into the game as they levelled things up at 1-1, but a brace from Jamie Vardy secured the three points for City.

In Rodgers’ first game in charge he lined the team up in a 3-4-3 formation, saying afterwards the switch to three at the back was due to Watford playing two strikers. Leicester looked to be in control for the majority of that match, so as Burnley also frequently opt for a two-striker formation, Rodgers may decide to go to the 3-4-3 once again.

Here’s how we think Leicester will line-up against Burnley: