Leicester City predicted lineup vs Braga, preview, team news, prediction and Livestream
Alley Sport brings to you the Leicester city predicted lineup for their upcoming UEFA Europa League fixture against Braga. Will Jamie Vardy feature or will he be rested as usual in the recent UEL games?
Leicester City vs Braga Preview and Team News
Brendan Rogers loves to rotate the greater part of his squad for UEL fixtures as he usually does to keep the squad fresh and injury free seeing the number of fixtures they have in a short span. Ndidi and Soyuncu are back in training, while Periera makes a come back with the U/23s. Castagne is ruled out for this fixture while Amartey still waits on the sidelines without an accurate return date.
Jamie Vardy will feature as a sub if the team needs him as will some other key players.
To view Leicester City’s official stats from this UEL season, click here.
Leicester City vs Braga Prediction
Leicester city have been in fine form barring the recent humiliation to Liverpool. Apart from this loss, they have fared well home and away, scoring goals on the road. The last time these two teams faced ended in a 4-0 win for Leicester but things might be a bit more conservative and a bit less one sided compared to last week as it’s Braga’s stadium they will be playing in.
Leicester City 3 – 1 Braga
Leicester City predicted lineup vs Braga
The Leicester City predicted lineup is probably going to be similar to the same line up used last time around against Braga:
Schmiechel at Goal, a 5 man defence consisting of Justin or Morgan, Fofana and Fuchs as centre backs and Albrighton and Thomas as full backs. Tielemans and Choudhury will cover the midfield while Cengiz Under will play on the wings along with Maddison. Iheanacho will retain his spot due to his terrific performance last time around.
GK: Peter Schmiechel
CB: James Justin
CB: W. Fofana
CB: C. Fuchs
RWB: M. Albrighton
LWB: L. Thomas
CM: Youri Tielemans
CM: Hamza Choudhary
RW: Cengiz Under
LW: James Maddison
ST: Kelechi Iheanacho
Kick off is at 8pm GMT and can be viewed on BT Sport 1 in the UK as usual.
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