Leicester City will look to get a better result in their next match in Premier League after they lost their last match against Liverpool by 3-2 last weekend. The Foxes have made a mixed start to the season and have been able to secure only one win so far, while incurring four losses to find themselves right on the brink of entering the dreaded zone of relegation, on the 17th position.
The former Premier League champions must be desperate to get back to winning ways, starting from their very next match against Bournemouth in the Premier League. It will be a stern test for them nevertheless, with the Cherries also finding themselves in dire straits and eyeing just their second win of this season. They have also lost five of their first six matches so far in the Premier League and will be charged up to turn their next result into a winning one.
Leicester City brought in one of the best defenders in the Premier League from the last season in the form of Harry Maguire from the then Premier League club Hull City but the move has not benefitted them to a great extent so far. He and his colleagues, however, will look to turn their fortunes around in the next match when they face the Cherries in the own backyard.
The Foxes will look to stick to their conventional four-man defence, which will consist of Danny Simpson and Ben Chilwell guarding the right and left flank respectively and captain Wes Morgan stabilising the heart of the defence with Maguire. Kasper Schmeichel will be starting in the goal.
The Foxes will look to start their next match against Bournemouth with the same midfield combination that helped them invade the Liverpool defence and score two goals in the last encounter in Premier League.
They should be starting with Riyad Mahrez, Wilfred Ndidi, Andy King and Marc Albrighton in the middle of the pitch, helping the attackers to get a supply of passes regularly, helping them by creating enough chances.
Though one of the best strikers in English football, Jamie Vardy, is leading their attack, the Premier League champions from the 2015/16 season have found it hard to win games in the competition so far this season.
However, the English international will look to get his name on the scoreboard once again and lead his team to a win over the Cherries in their next match, ably supported by the Japanese international Shinji Okazaki in the attack.
Schmeichel, Simpson, Maguire, Morgan, Chilwell, Mahrez, King, Ndidi, Albrighton, Okazaki, Vardy.