Second place Leicester City travel to Villa Park on Sunday afternoon as they aim to continue their club record winning run.
The Foxes’ win over Watford in midweek extended the club’s Premier League winning streak to seven games.
Brendan Rodgers’ side’s excellent run of form has earned the City manager another nomination for Premier League Manager of the Month.
Leicester weren’t at their best in the win over the Hornets and will need to improve on Sunday to make it eight wins in a row.
There aren’t any new injury worries for Leicester, however, Ben Chilwell was unavailable last time out and Rodgers said during his press conference that the young left-back will be assessed ahead of the trip to Villa.
Demarai Gray has also recovered from the flu which kept him out of the previous two matches. Gray had previously been pushing Harvey Barnes and Ayoze Perez for a starting spot.
Here is how we think Leicester will line-up:
GK: Kasper Schmeichel
Schmeichel currently leads the league in clean sheets and is a real leader for Leicester on the pitch.
RB: Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo hasn’t been involved in the goals as much in the past few weeks, but still always looks a threat going forward while also contributing a lot in the back-line.
CB: Jonny Evans
Evans is the experienced head in the Leicester defence, and that experience is valuable to have alongside Soyuncu. The Northern Irishman’s calm and conventional style provides good balance for Soyuncu’s more unorthodox methods.
CB: Caglar Soyuncu
Soyuncu’s recent form has given the Turkish international his first nomination for Premier League Player of the Month.
LB: Cristian Fuchs
Chilwell will undergo a late fitness test after recovering from a slight hip problem. The England international returned to training this week, but Fuchs played well in Chilwell’s absence, so Rodgers may not feel need to rush the youngster back into the side.
DM: Wilfred Ndidi
Ndidi is one of the most important players in the Leicester line-up, the cover he provides for the back-four is exceptional. Only 22 years-old and already has over 100 appearances for the Foxes in the Premier League, they really do miss him when he is out of the side.
CM: Youri Tielemans
Tielemans was withdrawn early against Watford, most likely to give the Belgian some rest. It was one of the rare occasions the club’s record signing didn’t play the full 90 minutes.
CM: James Maddison
Maddison’s late goal sealed the win over Watford. The midfielder had a great match and controlled the game throughout.
RW: Ayoze Perez
Perez looked like one of Leicester’s most dangerous players, although missing a couple of good chances, before being subbed at half-time in a tactical change from Rodgers last time out.
LW: Harvey Barnes
Barnes was Man of the Match in midweek. His pacey and direct play got him into some great chances to score, but the ball just didn’t seem to fall in the right place for him to score.
ST: Jamie Vardy
Vardy has now scored in seven games straight and the leagues top scorer will be aiming to break his own Premier League record of eleven in a row.