Hamza Choudhury- 6/10
With the suspension of Harry Winks, Choudhury had massive shoes to fill. Whilst he did not provide the same level of technical brilliance that Winks does, Choudhury was a worthy stand-in. His passing was solid and defensively he mopped up potential Watford attacks with typical efficiency.
Wilfried Ndidi- 6/10
After a month out because of injury, Ndidi returned to provide a solid display, putting in tackles and driving the team forward. On occasions, his lack of forward-thinking instinct still holds him up when making the final decision.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall- 8/10
Whilst ‘KDH’ didn’t add to his impressive tally of goals or assists today, it was another top-class display from Leicester City’s homegrown star. His movement to turn away from trouble helped the Foxes build through the thirds and he created several chances with delicate crosses and through balls. Unfortunate not to score after somehow hitting the post when shooting on the turn.
Kasey McAteer- 6/10
Put in an improved display to the rusty performance at Middlesbrough. Industrious and used his physicality in defence but also to get on the end of crosses, being unlucky not to score. Wasted a couple of decent opportunities when a touch of composure could have opened up a better situation.
Kelechi Iheanacho- 5/10
Not the greatest of displays from Iheanacho who struggled to have an influence on the game. For large parts of the first half, he was the deepest player. Whilst his game is to find pockets of space, he was so deep he wasn’t able to have a positive attacking influence. Needs to offer more.