Leicester City will be looking to keep up with the Premier League pacesetters when Brighton arrive at the King Power Stadium on Sunday night.
Brendan Rodger’s side are caught on the coattails of the Premier League’s leading pack, and they’ll be aiming to exert their recent dominance over the Seagulls to claim another three points.
Brighton will still be reeling from a harsh home defeat to Southampton, when the Saints converted a late penalty to take all three points home from the Amex.
However, they’ve fared far better on their travels of late, taking 14 points from their last eight Premier League away games. Leicester’s four defeats in their last six Premier League home games will be a line of encouragement for Albion boss Graham Potter.
However, Brighton are yet to beat the Foxes in the Premier League. Leicester have won for of the six games between the sides in the top flight.
Adam Lallana is still missing for Brighton, but Alexis Mac Allister and Davy Propper could return for the Seagulls.
James Maddison looks ready to return for the home side. The match may come too soon for returning duo Timothy Castagne and Caglar Soyuncu.