This weekend saw Leicester City beat newly promoted Burnley 3 – 0 as Islam Slimani has his dream debut at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester City will be on a high after winning their first ever Champions League fixture in the clubs history and now beating Burnley at home.
The foxes traveled to Belgium on Wednesday to face Belgian champions Club Brugge, a fixture that turned out to be easier for the travelling side than expected.
With two goals from PFA Player of The Year Riyad Mahrez and an opening goal from winger Marc Albrighton, Leicester won comfortably.
This hasn’t been the case for the Premier League champions in the league however.
Leicester City had a rough start to the season going into their match against Burnley.
After picking up just 4 points from 4 games following their title winning season last season, fans were expecting a big showing against Burnley in a game that they’re expected to win.
The season started with calamity as an injury ridden Hull City beat the foxes 2 – 1 in the first round of fixtures.
After which, London giants Arsenal traveled to the East Midlands, a game that ended in a goal-less draw.
Leicester City registered their first win at home against Swansea City during a 2 – 1 defeat in torrential rain but they couldn’t keep this form up.
Their last fixture saw them not only lose, but get thrashed by Klopp’s Liverpool in a 4 – 1 defeat.
Claudio Ranieri will be hoping to turn their luck around in the coming weeks.
Due to a concussion, Kasper Schmeichel was left out of the side.
Along with a change at right-back with Danny Simpson stepping back in after missing out on Champions League football in the week, he replaced Luis Hernandez.
Islam Slimani also featured, which saw his Premier League debut after playing for 60 minutes in Belgium.
Sean Dyche’s Burnley squad had the joint lowest number of shots on target this season going into the match, with just 7. A record they shared with Stoke City.
Despite a largely uninspiring starting 11 for the Clarets, Andre Gray is always one to look out for.