If a Leicester City specialist journalist’s assessment is to be believed, up to four Foxes stars will likely seek respective transfers in January. And Foxes of Leicester look ahead to the Queens Park Rangers match on Saturday.
We now know that business is expected to transpire on Filbert Way in the new year. Outgoings and a few incomings are on the horizon, if reports and judgements from those in the know are valid.
In fact, Leicester Mercury reporter Jordan Blackwell suspects that up to four well-known Leicester players could exit in the January window. The quartet is comprised of: Patson Daka, Harry Souttar, Daniel Iversen and Danny Ward.
Queens Park Rangers vs Leicester City briefly previewed
Subsequent to James Justin’s timely return to Leicester prominence, including a match-winning goal versus Sunderland on Tuesday evening, the Foxes play QPR this coming weekend. While happily victorious of late, the east Midlanders will look to return to relative domination of opponents. The Black Cats actually out-shot LCFC during the midweek game, but failed to score any of their ample chances. The King Power side also failed to monopolise as much possession as is typically customary for Enzo Maresca’s style.
However, the currently lowly London outfit are generally considered a worse team than Sunderland. QPR are disappointingly second from bottom in the Championship at present. The Hoops have only managed two wins from 13 outings this season; Leicester have outscored the capital club by 18, a dramatic chasm.
Previewing and predicting the outcome of this fixture might perhaps be more simple than usual. But remember, especially if you are gambling, football is wildly unpredictable! Impressively for LCFC, they supposedly have a 70 percent success probability for the Rs clash; the home side are only given 12%. So, as you can probably imagine, FoL expected a Leicester triumph at Loftus Road.