The game has reverted to what it was before James’ goal when Leicester dominated the ball

Wow Stunning goal from Rodriguez, who shifts the ball onto his weaker right foot and shoots the ball past a motionless flatterer

Cool embodied by Evans and he turns away from fast closing Everton players in his penalty area

James ‘delivery then causes problems in the Leicester box before Davies’ long-range drive flies high and far

Maddison hovers in the No. 10 and rolls a nice shot on the gate that falls on the roof of the net close

Richarlison catches Barnes late and the away team has a free kick in a dangerous position

But James Maddison could be the best chance to score after four goals in as many games in all competitions

He has played six games without a goal, but with 15 goals this season, he remains the best chance of scoring tonight

7 – Leicester have won seven of their nine away games in the Premier League this season (D1 L1) The Füchse have won more in only two top seasons: 1965/66 (9, 7 Place) and 2015/16 (11, 1 Place) roam #EVELEI

Everton makes three changes with Andre Gomes, Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin joining the team; Abdoulaye Doucoure is suspended while Alex Iwobi and Gylfi Sigurdsson are on the bench

In one of the most unpredictable seasons of the Premier League in recent years, today’s teams are sitting high on the table trying to break the established order

Before the game, Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti made it clear that qualifying for the Champions League was a goal for them

“I think the Champions League is the best competition in the world As I said when I first got here, it is a fantastic motivation for me personally to have Everton in the Champions League It’s a big wish,” he said

“It will be important that we understand where we want to be We want to fight for the top six, the top four We will play at home in the next two games and after Saturday we will know where we will be

“The Premier League is competitive this season. There are teams like us, like West Ham, like Southampton, that aren’t used to staying (in the top 6) It’s really exciting for these clubs to fight with the usual top teams “

That means James Maddison and Youri Tielemans are in good shape to set the attacking edge for the away team

However, manager Brendan Rodgers has no doubts about the quality of the duo and expects them to play a bigger role in every area of ​​the pitch by setting a good example

“I’ve been trying to promote this, encouraging them to take this, I’ve been pleased with the leadership skills they show,” he said

“Youri (Tielemans) understands what I want and plays with real authority James Maddison does the same We tried to encourage players with one voice”

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