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Nigel Pearson insists Leicester are still underdogs in their relegation battle and admits he has asked himself some tough questions this season.
The Foxes boss reckons they cannot consider themselves survival favourites, despite a good run-in, as long as they remain bottom of the Barclays Premier League.
They could escape the relegation zone for the first time since November if they beat Swansea by three goals at the King Power Stadium on Saturday and Burnley drop points at Everton.
Leicester might be rock bottom of the Premier League table but they'll be odds-on to beat the drop if they take all three points against Swansea on Saturday.
Dramatic back-to-back wins over West Ham and West Brom have given the Foxes a genuine chance of completing a great escape and with five of the last seven fixtures at home, City's fate is in their own hands.
The worry is that form at the King Power Stadium has been nothing short of dreadful, at least since September. They have only beaten Manchester...
Boss Nigel Pearson has urged Leicester to keep their cool and ignore their relegation rivals.
The Foxes host Swansea on Saturday just three points from safety in the Barclays Premier League after back-to-back wins.
Last week's 3-2 win at West Brom handed them a survival lifeline, although they remain bottom of the table.
But after their mini-revival, Pearson wants his side to remain focused on their own jobs.
"I'm very wary of people flipping the emphasis," he said.
"Our future is in our own hands...