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Leicester City FC will look forward to continue playing in the same vein this weekend, when they welcome Hull City from the relegation zone. The match will be played in King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the recent turmoil in the King Power camp, the Foxes seemed to have emerged as the better side, still capable of producing stunning results. Mike Stowell and Craig Shakespeare stepped up after Claudio Ranieri was sacked, and took Leicester to their first win of the year. It was done so in great style, as they managed to defeat the mighty Liverpool at home by 3-1. While that win has taken them to the 15th place, they still have a lot to do to clear the relegation zone in terms of points.
Considering Hull's form, they are still struggling in the league to get out of the bottom three, but it appears to be an impossible task with every weekend that goes by. They have lost 10 of their last 11 away fixtures, while failing to score in eight of them. While Hull are capable of playing superbly at home, things don't go the same way for them when they are the visiting side.
Leicester City are looking better at the moment, which gives them the edge here for this fixture.
Leicester City will take on Hull City at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, 14th March 2015. Kick off for English Premier League clash is scheduled to take place at 15:00 hours BST.
Things are not looking too good for Leicester City as they sit at the bottom of the table with relegation seeming to be highly possible. They are five points away from safety. Having won just one of their last seven English Premier League games, a win in this game seems unlikely. Leonardo Ulloa has lost his touch and now does not feature much of the times for Leicester City.
Hull city were in a similar situation but over the recently concluded month, they have lost just the one game out of five played. That seems them comfortably far away from relegation. Much to the delight of the manager and the fans, the players have started to play together.
This game should be a win for the away side given that the confidence of the Leicester City team is in the dumps.
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