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I was at last year's game. Possibly one of the worst quality prem games I ve ever seen, bar one moment of pure quality from Vardy. Here's hoping for a repeat of that!

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On 29/06/2020 at 10:33, NewquayFox said:

Booked a round of golf with the missus at 6pm on Wednesday as I can’t bear to watch City with the way we are playing recently unfortunately... :surrender:

At least you have the option. anyone in Leicester is going to be forced to stay indoors and watch the match. Maybe that's Boris's revenge on the city for voting Labour.:ph34r:

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3 hours ago, Hollyfox said:

Time for Evans or Cags to properly meet one of those crosses. 

It'll need to be a strong performance as they get stuck in a bit. 

Keane and Pickford often have a howler in them, hopefully tomorrow will be one of those days. 

A sneaky odd goal win for us but hanging on grimly at the end. 

Yeah at both ends, but if Evans and Cags could be relied on to regularly meet crosses at the back, Vardy could stay up and not have to chase his own clearances. 

They're brilliant at everything else like.

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35 minutes ago, urban fox said:

At least you have the option. anyone in Leicester is going to be forced to stay indoors and watch the match. Maybe that's Boris's revenge on the city for voting Labour.:ph34r:

You're not far from the truth

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39 minutes ago, Mythyaar said:

I was at last year's game. Possibly one of the worst quality prem games I ve ever seen, bar one moment of pure quality from Vardy. Here's hoping for a repeat of that!

You didnt see the Brighton  game then lol

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On 29/06/2020 at 19:22, giogiodcr said:
I believe that with Everton it will be difficult despite Chelsea, we have shown signs of recovery both physically and offensively.
The commitment of ours was undoubtedly to the maximum but only with Vardy who is 50% forward we will never score!
the boys, Barnes, Perez, Gray and also the old albrighton, commit themselves but they are not Marhez ...!
So we have to find other modules and relaunch Gray and Ihenacho, resting Vardy, who could enter the current game and take advantage of the diminished rhythm.
Perez, then, I see him better behind the central striker.
We hope to do it. At least a point to hope ...
So I would play with 4-3-2-1: Usual defense; Praet, Ndindi, Tielemans in midfield; Gray and Maddison 3/4 and Ihenacho central striker.
Sorry my English, but I'm your Italian fan and I use the google translator!
 

 

Your doing a good job of getting your point across, respect.

 

I'd be happy with your team (as the wingers are not working),but I would give Vards 60 minutes to show something, and then let Kelachi loose on the tired legs of Everton.

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Can't even see us scoring let alone winning a match the way we've been playing.  

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15 hours ago, HibiscusMark said:

7 pages of people expecting us to lose!   These are the games we win fukkers...CL back on.

I would love to agree with you mate but surely just blind optimism if you think we’ll win this. We have shown absolutely nothing since January (bar the WH and AV games which covered the cracks) to suggest that we are capable of going away to Everton and winning. Can’t see where the next goal is coming from let alone 3 points.

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1 hour ago, Mickyblueeyes said:

I’d take a draw tomorrow

 

Anything less than a win and I'm genuinely not seeing us get fifth let alone fourth. Its a cup final tbh. 

 

We need some momentum and we need to have wins in the bag before the United and Tottenham games. 

 

Palace is winnable af, they look garbage, if we some how turn this round to pull off two wins on the bounce we'll have maintained a six point gap with only five games left. That'd be one foot in the door. 

 

But if only manage one or two points from these two games it's basically game over, unless United and Wolves collapse which isn't looking likely. 

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Mildly optimisic about this one. Got the better of Everton more often than not in recent years

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We need to win this, doesn't matter how or how well we perform, just got to get the 3 points. It's time for Cags or Evans to score one of the set pieces or crosses they keep regularly missing, it's time for Barnes to take one of those chances he gets, it's time for Vardy to break his duck, it's time for one of the midfielders to score a long range goal. It is time!

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It's hit desperation at this point. My god I'd take a repeat of last year - an absolute honking 0-1. It's the results we need now.

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2 hours ago, NasPb said:

we will get a 0 to 1 win. nothing pretty, but kelechi will score

Can’t see a clean sheet

 

so we have to score two

 

cant see that either !

 

hey ho ..........

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We have to just go for it I don’t care if we concede goals as long as we score more we need to win this f**ker desperation time 

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