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Leicester City

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester have chance to win FA Cup

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

After dumping out Tottenham in dramatic fashion, there's no reason why Leicester can't win the FA Cup. With Chelsea and Manchester City both victims of giant killings, a cup run should now be a big priority.

Leicester have found some form in 2015, and I think part of the reason is down to the FA Cup victories over Spurs and Newcastle.

I was delighted to see manager Nigel Pearson field his strongest side at White Hart Lane, and even though Spurs will feel aggrieved not to have won the match, Leicester...

Leicester's FA Cup comeback stuns Tottenham

Leicester City knocked out Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-1 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Leicester's 2-1 win vs. Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round Saturday.

1. Leicester finally get what they deserve

Unlike so many of the teams who have propped up the Premier League in recent years, Leicester City aren't actually that bad. They have shape, discipline, pace and determination. What they don't have is luck.

All too often, they are beaten by a single goal, compromised by a solitary mistake or held back by an opponent's heroic moment of defiance. For so long,...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester City should be ambitious in FA Cup match vs. Tottenham

Can Leicester City's new signing Andrej Kramaric make an impact in the club's FA Cup match against Tottenham?

An away trip to Tottenham is hardly a kind FA Cup draw, but it's a fixture that Leicester City should relish.

The two sides have quite a significant cup history, including Tottenham's 2-0 victory in the 1961 FA Cup final. More recently, the pair met in the 1999 League Cup final, with George Graham's Spurs triumphing 1-0 thanks to Allan Nielsen's last-ditch diving header.

Leicester's Robbie Savage also solidified himself as football's ultimate pantomime villain when he cheekily got Justin Edinburgh...

 By Ben Jacobs

Nigel Pearson on thin ice at Leicester after farcical team selections

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson expects new signing Andrej Kramaric to bring more attacking power and goals to the team.

Leicester's 1-0 home defeat to Stoke could prove costly come the end of the season. It was a drab affair won by a quality Bojan Krkic goal.

Aside from one decent Anthony Knockaert effort which Asmir Begovic smartly saved, the Foxes just never looked like scoring. That is hardly surprising when manager Nigel Pearson left 17 million pounds worth of talent on the bench.

It was a huge mistake to overlook new record signing Andrej Kramaric (9 million pounds) and eight-goal top scorer Leonardo Ulloa (8...

 By Ben Jacobs

Unkind upcoming fixtures list demands Leicester victory vs. Stoke

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson expects new signing Andrej Kramaric to bring more attacking power and goals to the team.

If Leicester beat Stoke they will not only complete the double over Mark Hughes' side, but could move off the bottom of the table for the first time in almost two months.

It's essential that Leicester take something from the game and in doing so keep their unbeaten record in 2015 going. Worryingly, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City are all on the horizon. City must go into this daunting run with as many points as possible on the board.

To do so they need goals. Granted,...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester time it right for their most important win of the season

Paul Konchesky scored the only goal of the game as Leicester breathed life into their survival hopes with a 1-0 win over Aston Villa.

Leicester's 1-0 triumph over Aston Villa was their most important of the season -- it was only the Foxes' second home win of the campaign and keeps them fighting in the bottom three.

City are now just three points off fourth-bottom Burnley, and after two clean sheets in their last three Premier League games, they have a slightly better goal difference, too. This could prove crucial come May. It was an ugly victory against a very poor Villa side who have mustered just one goal in their last six games,...