Leicester City face one of their biggest tests of the season so far as the Foxes take on Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Second place Leicester go into the game four points ahead of the defending Premier League champions.
Both sides are now a long distance behind leaders Liverpool, so more points dropped here for either side could see the title race over before Christmas.
Leicester are now on a run of 11 games undefeated in all competitions after a penalty shoot-out win over Everton on Wednesday night moved Brendan Rodgers’ side through to an EFL Cup semi-final.
The Leicester boss made three changes to his side in mid-week in an attempt to rotate his squad during a busy schedule.
Rodgers will have a fully fit team available to him with no new injuries to report during his press conference on Friday.
After starting the previous two matches with Kelechi Iheanacho partnering Jamie Vardy upfront, against Everton the Foxes lined-up in the 4-1-4-1 system Rodgers has favoured for most of his time as Leicester manager.
Here is how we think Leicester will line-up:
GK: Kasper Schmeichel
Schmeichel was the hero in mid-week, saving two penalties in the shoot-out win at Goodison Park.
RB: Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo provided the assist for Maddison’s opener against the Toffees and has continued his great form from last season which saw him win Leicester’s player of the season.
CB: Jonny Evans
Evans got a rare goal in the week and has proven to be one of the best bargain signings in recent years.
CB: Caglar Soyuncu
Soyuncu was rested in mid-week and should be certain to start at the Etihad.
LB: Ben Chilwell
The England international continues to improve as the games go by and has made the left-back position his own.
DM: Wilfred Ndidi
Ndidi is once again dominating the league in tackles and interceptions, he is no doubt one of the main reasons for Leicester excellent defensive record this season.
CM: Youri Tielemans
Tielemans was another player rested during the week and has been an ever-present part of the Leicester side this season.
CM: James Maddison
Maddison opened the scoring at Goodison Park with a nicely finished effort. He has improved his all round game a lot since Rodgers arrival.
RW: Ayoze Perez
Perez has been kept out of the side recently due to the change of formation. But the 4-3-1-2 may be too frail defensivly considering the opposition.
LW: Harvey Barnes
Barnes is another player who has suffered because of the change of system. But the youngster would be likely to come back into the side if Rodgers opts for the 4-1-4-1.
ST: Jamie Vardy
The league’s top scorer should once again lead the line for Leicester at the Etihad.