Leicester City welcomes Everton on Saturday, May 7, at the King Power Stadium in their EPL fixture, starting 4:30 pm GMT.
As per the Premier League website, “A club who were priced at 5,000-1 to be crowned champions back in August,” turned the tables in their favour under Claudio Ranieri to be the sixth team to win the Premier League title.
According to the Four Four Two reports, the crowning moment comes on Saturday in front of a sold out King Power Stadium as the City manager describes the moment to be “very special”.
“I enjoy all the season. From the beginning, I felt something special,” Ranieri said on Friday. “All the players, all the clubs, all the managers work hard. But only one wins. This year, that’s me.
“Their professionalism was fantastic because some players don’t play but when I did call on them the players did a fantastic performance.”
The 2-2 draw between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea sealed the fate for Leicester City, which should have come sooner or later, as the champions look forward to last two games in their EPL fixture.
Leicester City: Schmeichel, Schwarzer, Fuchs, Moore, Morgan, Simpson, Wasilewski, Albrighton, Amartey, Dyer, Gray, Inler, James, Kante, King, Mahrez, Schlupp, Dodoo, Okazaki, Ulloa,
Everton: Howard, Joel, Stanek, Baines, Browning, Coleman, Funes Mori, Galloway, Hibbert, Holgate, Jagielka, Oviedo, Stones, Barkley, Barry, Besic, Cleverley, Gibson, Lennon, McCarthy, Mirallas, Osman, Pienaar, Kone, Lukaku, Niasse, Rodriguez
Referee: Andre Marriner
Assistants: S Chilld, S Ledger
Fourth Official: G Salisbury
Match Facts as posted by EPL website
– The last five matches between these two sides on Leicester’s home ground have all been draws.
– Everton has lost just once in the last 12 Barclays Premier League contests with Leicester, but this was the reverse meeting in December (W2 D9 L1).
– 68 per cent of BPL matches between Leicester City and Everton have been drawn, the highest ratio of any fixture in the history of the competition that has been played more than 10 times.
– The champions are unbeaten in the past 14 league matches at the King Power Stadium (W9 D5 L0).
Leicester City vs Everton
Date: Saturday, 7 May 2016
Time: 4:30 PM GMT
Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester City
Live Stream: Bet365