Tough opponents in the next batch of Leicester Premier League fixers could go to the top of the Premier League with a good result against the Wolves.
The Foxes have enjoyed a tremendous start to the campaign, largely due to their offensive prowess, scoring 17 goals to their name in just seven games, behind only Tottenham so far.
The Brendan Rodgers men suffered successive home defeats against West Ham and Aston Villa in October, but since then they have won five on the bounce and raised hopes for another impressive campaign in the Midlands.
The Wolves also hope to overcome obstacles in a tumultuous campaign, and a win will level them up with Liverpool – for at least a few hours – as Nuno Espirito Santo’s men push for a European spot in 2020/21.
They have scored fewer goals this weekend than any other team outside the bottom four, but their strong defense has ensured that some of the goals scored are really important.
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When is Leicester V Wolves on TV?
Leicester V Wolves will take place Sunday 8 November 2020.
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How long is the kickoff?
Leicester v Wolves will start off 2 p.m..
Numerous Premier League games are taking place this weekend, including Everton v Man Ted Datet, which airs on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Leicester V Wolves are on which TV channel?
You can watch the game live Sky Sports Premier League from 1pm and the main event from 2pm.
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How to Live Stream Leicester v Wolves online
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Existing Sky Sports customers can stream the game live through the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.
Leicester v Wolves team news
Leicester: Fox has injury questions, no doubt about it, though they have soldered with a temporary defense.
Wilfried NDD, Timothy Castagne, Ricardo Pereira, Daniel Amarte and Kegler Soyenku are all missing, while Johnny Evans faces trial at a late stage.
Wolf Left-back duo Johnny and Markle, both named solo, have recovered from injuries, but Ryan Ite-Nouri got a tremendous entry last weekend, leaving Santo with no qualms to name him in the XI once again.
Adama Trevor has failed to find form in 2020 and Raul Jimenez’s Daniel Podens and Pedro Neto’s shining supporting cast will be on the back bench.
Our forecast: Leicester v Wolves
This isn’t quite an attack against a defense, as Lister boasts an elastic backline and the Wolves are credited with lock-picking, match-winning talents, but we could be in a high-quality strategic battle on Sunday.
This could be This The game to watch, despite the lure of Man City vs Liverpool in the afternoon.
Jamie Verdi could cause some issues to Connor Caddy in the back with his straight run and sharp pace, although the Wolves are likely to continue to attack the full back and cause their own problems for Fox.
This could really go a long way, but Lester’s enjoyment against goals in recent weeks gives him a little edge between the two excellent teams.
Our forecast: Leicester 2-1 wolf
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