The executor of the Leicester City midfield, Wilfred Ndidi, has admitted that his next Premier League match against Chelsea will be difficult due to the caliber of players in the ranks of the opponents.
The Super Eagle is in line to face international stars such as Jorginho, Ross Barkley, Mateo Kovačić and Mason Mount in the midfield, while the winner of the French World Cup, N’Golo Kante, could be selected by manager Frank Lampard if you recover from an injury.
Ndidi was once again at his best against West Ham after miraculously recovering from a meniscus operation and believes the advantage of being local will be crucial in Saturday’s meeting with The Blues. “We have worked very hard to be where we are and the work is paying off,” Ndidi told Leicester’s official website while talking about the great game against Chelsea.
“However, we are not happy to stay there; we cannot relax because there are still many points to be achieved. We will continue to work hard and take every game as it comes.”
The 25th Foxes continued: “It will be a difficult game for us, because they have good players and are a great team. But it’s about us. We are at home, so we have to do our best with the fans who support us. ”
In the race for the Champions League positions, Brendan Rodgers’ men are third in the table with 48 points, eight more than their next opponents, Chelsea.
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