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Leicester City

 By Ben Jacobs

Gutsy not good enough as Leicester seek points for survival

Leicester are seven points adrift of safety but boss Nigel Pearson remains upbeat over their survival prospects.

Leicester are playing well enough to survive but results just aren't going their way -- with Wednesday's 2-0 defeat at Manchester City leaving Nigel Pearson's men seven points adrift of safety.

It is hard to see City getting out of trouble, which is a shame because following a winter of discontent, they are winning plaudits once again -- the same ones who spoke so glowingly after September's shock 5-3 victory over Manchester United.

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The performances at Liverpool, Everton, Arsenal and most recently...

Manchester City handle business with 2-0 defeat of Leicester City

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: David Silva (45'+2) Manchester City 1-0 Leicester City

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts from the Etihad Stadium after Manchester City claimed a 2-0 victory over Leicester City on Wednesday.

1. Manchester City back to winning ways

This was the calm after the storm for Manchester City. They had suffered twin defeats to Barcelona and Liverpool. A third successive setback would have rendered this their worst run since 2010 and heightened the scrutiny on the under-pressure Manuel Pellegrini. Yet at times such as these, the easiest fixture on paper...

 By Ben Jacobs

Ambition needed from Leicester in tough visit to Manchester City

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson still believes his side can turn things around in the Premier League to avoid relegation.

Leicester got lucky over the weekend without even kicking a ball. The Foxes had a week off because Chelsea were involved in the Capital One Cup final, and thankfully Aston Villa, Burnley and Hull all lost. Leicester thus head to Manchester City still four points adrift of safety at the foot of the table, but with a game in hand over everyone except Queens Park Rangers.

The depressing truth is Leicester will probably be reliant on other results between now and May if they are to miraculously stay...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester City's late concession vs. Everton costly in relegation battle

An 88th-minute own goal by Matthew Upson was enough for Everton to come back and earn a point at home.

A point against Everton barely helps Leicester's survival cause. The draw will feel like a loss after Matthew Upson headed through his own net late on.

It was a spirited display by the Foxes but,  having fought so hard to come from behind and lead, conceding at the death is a bitter blow. It could ultimately end up costing them their place in the Premier League.

Everton were there for the taking. The Toffees looked wasteful in front of goal and vulnerable at the back. Thus, when the inimitable...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester face must-win game against Everton to boost survival hopes

Despite defeat at Old Trafford, Leicester City did not lose ground to their relegation rivals over the weekend.
Leicester have struggled of late and need to start picking up points.

Forget saying Leicester can't afford to lose at Everton this Sunday -- they can't even afford to draw. The bottom-placed Foxes arrive at Goodison Park five points adrift of safety, and if that gap increases at the weekend they are surely down.

However, Leicester haven't made a habit of winning at Everton. Their last victory came in 1985, when Gary McAllister and Alan Smith scored in a 2-1 victory. How Nigel Pearson would love players of that ilk at his disposal right now.

This would have been a...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester City limp out of FA Cup, now focus on avoiding Premier League drop

Tim Sherwood will go into work on Monday morning in charge of a team in the last eight of The FA Cup Quarter Finals as Aston Villa beat Leicester City. Courtesy of FA TV.

Leicester's dowdy 2-1 loss at Aston Villa had the distinct feel of a Championship encounter, especially in the first half. It was one of the Foxes' worst performances of the season.

Both sides looked pretty toothless. The ambition and intensity Leicester showed against Arsenal was sadly absent. The fixture smacked of an inconvenience, which was even more disappointing given it was a Midlands derby.

Things could have been different had Marcin Wasilewski headed home Matty James' corner rather than...