If Leicester City are to avoid any late season collapse,they need to get Jamie Vardy firing again to ease the pressure on Kalechi Iheanacho.
Jamie Vardy has only scored 1 goal in his 18 appearances for the foxes this season but still remains joint top scorer with Iheanacho.
Kalechi Iheanacho has been in good form for the foxes this season .His goal scoring exploits may be of huge importance to Leicester City to secure champions league football next season that comes with alot of revenue for the clubs that participate in it.
Last season Leicester City fell short in their last game of the season against Manchester United.
Manager Brendan Rodgers will be desperate to avoid a repeat of the same this season.Luckily he has the influential James Maddisson back to help his side secure a top four finish.
The next three games will see Leicester City face , Crystal palace, Southampton and Westbrom Albion.This are winnable games for them.Also they play Southampton twice one in FA cup and the in the league.
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