If these 3 team elements occur Leicester will avoid relegation

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For example, Jamie Vardy has been a bust this season, so don’t play him until you’re without options. Utilising ither Patson Daka or Kelechi Iheanacho for the remaining games is essential.

Youri Tielemans and James Maddison will possibly leave after this season, so play them because they can bolster the midfield better than anyone in the squad. Their shared talents can sometimes snatch out a few crucial points.

Danny Ward has been a liability, and his inconsistent stint in between the sticks didn’t help his cause either. We are glad that Rodgers finally gave Daniel Iversen to have a go. Such constructive changes are appreciated, but changing things for the sake of changing is the issue that the manager needs to refrain from.

3. Finding luck?

Some may call it extraordinary, while others might coin it as luck. Whatever you think it was, the East Midlanders would cordially accept the rewards of the “Great Escape” this season.

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Luck or not, no one can deny that this season comes close to monitoring the results so far of that spectacle. We have to note that Brendan Rodgers is no Nigel Pearson, but without a managerial change, we can only hope and wish that somehow in some bizarre fashion, the Northern Irishman clicks to fix the mess he curated.