FIRST HALF DRAW FOR LEICESTER CITY AND MANCHESTER CITY
Leicester City host Manchester City in this afternoon at the King power Stadium. Manchester City are in fine form themselves, after they have overcome their lose to Tottenham in the opening game having won their last two games 5-0, against Norwich and Arsenal, to sit seventh. They are also boosted by the great news that Ederson and Gabriel Jesus will be able to play today, after initially being ruled out by Brazil due to complaints over their involvement over the international break.
Leicester got back to winning ways in their last game as they beat Norwich City 2-1 thanks to goals from Jamie Vardy and Marc Albrighton, to bounce back from a defeat against West Ham in the past week before. The Foxes are currently 9th in the table with six points.
Meanwhile Pep Guardiola unchanged his line up as he sticks with the same team that defeat Arsenal 5-0 last time out, but they do have some new faces on the bench, with Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden returning from injury.
Brendan Rodgers has only made two changes to his starting line-up, with Pereira and Amartey all dropping to the bench and they have been replaced by Castagne and Vestergaard.
Manchester City dominate possession in the first half with 68% compare to Leicester 32%. The first half ended in a goaless draw as both team couldn't find a lead.