The Big Match Tactical View: Manchester City v Leicester

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    The Big Match Tactical View: Manchester City v Leicester
    Manchester City are two games away from successfully defending the Premier League title. Michael Cox and Alan Thompson preview their penultimate game, to be played on Monday night- According lớn the website free soccer tips page!

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    Man City v Leicester

    Monday 20:00, Sky Sports Premier League

    Match Odds: Man City 1.17, Leicester 20.00, The Draw 10.00.

    Manchester City are now huge favourites for the Premier League title, but on Monday evening they face a Leicester City side fresh from a hugely impressive 3-0 thrashing of Arsenal last weekend. Liverpool will be hoping for a favour from Brendan Rodgers, their soccer tip bet.

    Maddison likely to continue on the left
    Rodgers used a slightly different system for that Arsenal win, putting James Maddison lớn the left flank and beefing up his central midfield zone. Maddison was effective from that role, picking up an assist and getting Arsenal right-back Ainsley Maitland-Niles dismissed, and therefore it seems likely that Rodgers will continue with that approach here.

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    The beneficiary of this system has been Hamza Choudhury, who has found himself in trouble this week for past social media activity, but will probably continue in a midfield trio alongside the excellent Youri Tielemans, who has really impressed throughout his loan spell, with Wilfried Ndidi sitting deeper and protecting the defence.

    Marc Albrighton played on the right and is a defensively responsible wide midfielder, while Jamie Vardy will continue lớn lead the line, and has a particularly good record against big sides who used a high defensive line, where he can use his speed lớn go in behind.

    Defensively, things should be the same, with Ricardo Pereira at right-back and Ben Chilwell at left-back, with Jonny Evans and Harry Maguire protecting Kasper Schmeichel.

    De Bruyne and Fernandinho out
    As always, Pep Guardiola's team selection is somewhat uncertain. He's definitely without Kevin De Bruyne, and probably also without Fernandinho, although City have largely coped well when deprived of those two so far this season. Ilkay Gundogan will play the holding role, with the two Silvas, Bernardo and David, given more license lớn push forward.
     

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