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Leicester City

 By Ben Jacobs

Winless Leicester's search for three points continues at West Ham

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson notes that he is looking forward to the opportunity to answer back to his critics.

Not many people predicted West Ham would be on course for Champions League football at Christmas, while Leicester may well have earmarked this festive fixture as a relegation six-pointer when the matches were revealed back in the summer.

Instead the Foxes travel to Upton Park to face a Hammers side just 11 points off leaders Chelsea, having seen the east Londoners lose just one of their past 10 games. They have also only been defeated twice at home all season, and both those losses came back in...

 By Ben Jacobs

Time is ticking on Leicester's Premier League future following another loss

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson was disappointed with his side's inability to score, in their 1-0 loss to Manchester City.

The 1-0 home defeat to Manchester City on Saturday was certainly one of Leicester's better displays, but the Foxes desperately need points, not plucky performances. The defending Premier League champions were significantly below par, particularly in the first half, so an upset was certainly possible.

Despite handing the visitors the majority of possession, Esteban Cambiasso and Danny Drinkwater bossed the midfield and Jamie Vardy caused problems with his pace. Yet aside from Cambiasso's clever free...

Three Points: Lampard exudes class for City at Leicester

Frank Lampard scores his sixth of the year as he puts away the lone goal as Man City win their 7th straight.

LEICESTER, England-- Three observations from Manchester City's 1-0 victory at Leicester City.

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1. Frank Lampard stays classy

No wonder Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to keep Frank Lampard for as long as possible. The 36-year-old midfielder remains a class act, and he helped City secure three crucial points in a game they could easily have let slip away. Expect tense negotiations in the upper echelons of the Abu Dhabi United Group over the Christmas period.

Lampard's loan...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester prepare for Manchester City without Kasper Schmeichel

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson expressed his frustration with yet another loss, as his side fell 2-1 to Aston Villa.

A home tie with Manchester City is the last thing Leicester needs. The Foxes have never beaten the Citizens in the Premier League, and even though the visitors are without top scorer Sergio Aguero, that stat doesn't look like changing on Saturday.

Leicester potentially have two things on their side. First, Manuel Pellegrini's side could suffer from a Champions League hangover. After the high of a 2-0 victory at Roma, which saw them sneak into the last 16, a trip to Leicester on a freezing December...

 By Ben Jacobs

Brave defeat not good enough as time ticks on Pearson's Leicester tenure

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson expressed his frustration with yet another loss, as his side fell 2-1 to Aston Villa.

It's been a tough week for Leicester. They have played three games in nine days, taking the lead in each, yet no points have been procured and they remain bottom of the table following Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa. The goals they are scoring are counting for nothing -- in stark contrast to Villa, whose 10 strikes have yielded 19 points.

Leicester went down fighting at Villa Park in a fiery Midlands derby but a spirited defeat won't be much consolation to Nigel Pearson. The Foxes' manager has...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson doing himself no favours

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson believes his side need to remain positive if they are to remain in the Premier League, following their 1-3 loss to Liverpool.

Nigel Pearson must be secretly glad Leicester aren't playing at the King Power Stadium on Sunday. The Leicester boss is in serious danger of losing the respect of some fans. As if a nine-game winless streak isn't depressing enough, a foul-mouthed spat with a supporter after Tuesday's 3-1 home loss to Liverpool has gone viral and prompted an internal investigation.

You don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to work out what happened. Pearson is unhelpfully abused from the stands and appears to reply with...