Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri believes that hard work is the remedy for the foxes’ away form after taking 1 point from an available 24.
Leicester City have been suffering from the worst away form in the league with just 1 point from a possible 24, joint lowest in the league with Burnley.
Their only point came away at White Hart Lane during Leicester’s clash with Tottenham and many suspected that the foxes would take their first away win as they traveled south to Bournemouth.
Instead, their run of 8 games without a win on the road continued as Bournemouth secured a 1 – 0 win at the Vitality Stadium.
Leicester travel again this weekend, this time up the A50 to Stoke as Claudio Ranieri looks to turn his fortunes.
Speaking to the media on the subject, Claudio Ranieri said:
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"“I think my strength is my balance inside myself. I don’t go high when everything is fantastic and down when it’s not right, I know only one medicine – to work and work. This is the right medicine to try and help my players. My players are working very well in the training session.”"
"“More or less it’s the same plan. Of course the opponent changes so something changes for us but our style is the same. If you see the last match against Bournemouth, we created more chances than them. Well done to them but what can we do? We created three great chances and at the end we ran a lot.”"
"“We were just a little unlucky sometimes. When things don’t go well we have to fight more to be solid and react together.”"
It seems like Ranieri has the remedy for Leicester’s away form woes – hard work.
He believes that Leicester need to work hard both on and off the pitch in order to create the right atmosphere and recreate the belief that saw them become so successful last season.
Stoke themselves have been inconsistent this season following their 0 – 0 draw yesterday at home to Southampton and currently sit 2 places ahead of Leicester in 12th.
The foxes will have the belief in the dressing room that they can beat Mark Hughes’ men but will their belief translate into a performance?