Race for securing a chance in the next season Champions League will continue today at the King Power Stadium as the 2015-2016 champions locks horns with the nineteenth placed Aston Villa.
The Foxes are coming in this match on a back to back record having lost two games and drew twice consecutively in the premier league.
Speaking before the match Villa’s manager Dean Smith has reiterated that his players have to play extra if they are to avoid relegation zone bearing in mind they are meeting the Foxes on a three defeats games.

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith during the Premier League match at Turf Moor, Burnley. He urges his play to play hard to avoid relegation


Weekend Summary

Yesterday Manchester town was painted red after Manchester United double confirmed their superiority in one season by thrashing Manchester City 2-0 at the Old Trafford Stadium.

Man United’s Martial shoots a shot that saw Manchester City’s goalkeeper Ederson seeing nothing but dust

Opening goal from Anthony Martial and a seal one from Scot Mctominay were enough to send Ederson’s team parking adding more frustration to the defending champions, Manchester City.
Martial, a Frenchman became the first United player to score in both league Manchester derbies matching a record that was recorded in 2006/2007 season by Cristiano Ronaldo.
With the win, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side has now gone 10 games without defeat and are sitting in fifth position with 45 points, three points behind the fourth placed, Chelsea.
At the Stamford Bridge, goals from Mason Mount, Oliver Giroud, Pedro Rodriguez and Willian sealed their 4-0 win over Everton sending them to 12 positions.

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