Tomorrow will see Leicester City travel to Porto. As always, here you’ll find all of the information regarding the fixture you’ll ever need!
Our Prediction: FC Porto 1-2 Leicester City
Reasoning: The match is debatably Leicester’s biggest match in their 132 year history and fans will be hoping that the players are as passionate about the fixture as they are.
If their display against Club Brugge is anything to go by, foxes fans will have nothing to worry about.
In their 3 – 0 away win during the clubs first ever Champions League game, the team showed heart and determination, despite many expecting them to fail.
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Their away form in the league leaves a lot to be desired however.
With an opening day loss to newly promoted Hull City and two 4 – 1 thrashings by Liverpool and Manchester United, fans will be hoping the Champions League anthem wakes the whole team up, not just Mahrez.
With Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy being taken off at half time during this weekend’s 4 – 1 loss away from home at Old Trafford, big things will be expected of them.
As for Porto, their league form sees them in the same place that they finished last season, third.
Losing their only game in 6 fixtures to rivals Sporting Lisbon, their league form going into tomorrow’s clash is great.
The same cannot be said for their opening game of the Champions League which saw them draw at home to Copenhagen 1 – 1.
The shock result sent Leicester to the top of Gound G and has mounted unnecessary pressure onto themselves.
The question is, will they handle it?
Date: 27th September 2016
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