This Saturday sees Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side travel to the East Midlands to face-off against Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester.

The visitors will face a stern test in the hosts, as Bournemouth have found the King Power to be a difficult place to come to, having never won at Leicester since arriving in the Premier League.

Bournemouth have had a steady start to the season, drawing and winning against two newly promoted sides Sheffield United and Aston Villa. Despite a 3-1 defeat at the hands of reigning champions Manchester City, Bournemouth encapsulated Eddie Howe’s philosophy of attacking football and were aggressive, but were undone by the sheer class of the champions.

Leicester are currently undefeated in the Premier League, beating Sheffield United and drawing with Wolves and Chelsea. Leicester have been impressive so far this season. Most notably, their defence has been solid, only conceding twice so far. Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers will be hoping for back to back wins this Saturday.

We take a look at a combined eleven for Leicester and Bournemouth. The formation will be an attacking 3-5-2 with wing-backs. This attacking formation suits Howe’s attacking style of play and Rodgers’ creative philosophy.