Leicester face their biggest challenge of the season so far as they make the trip to Liverpool tonight.
The Foxes are full of confidence, however, and will believe they can down the reigning champions.
Here’s how we think Leicester will line up at Anfield…
Schmeichel is a definite to start against Liverpool, marshalling the troops at the back.
With numerous Leicester defenders out injured, the Dane will be more important than ever.
Justin has done well in a back-three in recent weeks, considering it isn’t his natural position.
We expect him to continue as a centre-back at Anfield in what will be a big test of his credentials.
Fofana should be fit, despite suffering an injury scare on international duty.
The youngster has been colossal in the absence of key men and he will need to keep the likes of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino quiet.
Fuchs may be getting on a bit, but he is still a strong performer for the Foxes.
We expect him to take up the left-sided role in the central defensive three.
Like Fuchs, Albrighton is a Leicester stalwart who knows his job inside out.
He will be tasked with providing width down the right flank, also tracking the attacking runs of Andy Robertson.
The Belgian will hope to thrive in his all-round game, getting the better of the Reds’ midfield.
Mendy is another who has excelled lately, offering protection in front of the defence.
Against a hugely dangerous Liverpool team, his influence will be vital as he puts out fires and allows other in front of him to shine.
Thomas is another young player who is doing admirably at the moment.
We think he will again take up a left wing-back role in Brendan Rodgers’ 3-4-3 system, although it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the returning Timothy Castagne feature.
Maddison started against Wolves last time around and we think he could get the nod over Dennis Praet.
He is arguably more attacking than his teammate, which makes starting him against such a strong team a bit of a risk, but we’re backing Rodgers to be bold.
Barnes didn’t start in the win over Wolves, but it would be a surprise if he didn’t return to the team this weekend.
The speedy forward will be licking his lips at the prospect of taking on either Neco Williams or James Milner in the absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Vardy remains as good as ever and has a great record against Liverpool.
Don’t bet against him leading the line and inspiring Leicester to a famous win at Anfield on Sunday.