February 16, 2018
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SHF VS LEI FA CUP MATCH PREDICTION – FANTASY TEAM NEWS

By Koustav Shaw @@GodKoustav

Leicester City vs Sheffield United

FA Cup – 2017/18

SHF vs LEI Match Preview:

The next fixture of FA Cup is going to feature Leicester City and Sheffield United in Leicester’s home, King Power Stadium, Leicester from 1:15 AM on 17th February. The preview of the match is listed below: This game is going to be a thrilling competition since both the teams knows the importance of this fixture and they would do everything to register a win in this fixture. This edition of FA Cup is coming to an end both the teams would try to fix a spot for themselves in the playoffs and if not, they would try to end the season on a happier note and as much higher as possible.

Match Details:

When: February 17, 1:15 AM IST

Where: King Power Stadium, Leicester, England

SHF vs LEI Team News:

SHF

  • Goalkeeper Simon Moore is suspended and would not play in this game for the guests.
  • Either Jake Eastwood or Jamal Blackman would stand in front of the goal today for the away side
  • Billy Sharp is expected to play in this game for the away side
  • Leon Clarke is not playing this game for the away team
  • Clayton Donaldson is expected to play in the front for the away team
  • Ryan Leonard, Lee Evans and Ricky Holmes are ruled out for this game
  • Joh Lundstram and Chris Basham are expected to play

LEI

  • Riyad Mahrez, Ben Hamer, Yohan Benalouane, Danny Simpson, Kelechi, Iheanacho are expected to start for the home team
  • Shinji Okazaki is injured and would not play this game
  • Wes Morgan is expected to start this game in the front

SHF vs LEI Probable XI:

SHF

Blackman (GK), Wright, Stearman, Heneghan, Lafferty, Basham, Harris, Fleck, Baldock, Donaldson, Sharp

LEI

Hamer (GK), Fuchs, Benalouane, Dragovic, Simpson, Mahrez, Ndidi, Iborra, Gray, Diabate, Iheanacho

Key players:

Sheffield United

Donaldson, Harris, Stearman

Leicester City

Mahrez, Diabate, Iborra

Expected Winner:

Leicester will begin to take this tournament more and more seriously and as such should name a strong line-up for the visit of Sheffield United.

The Blades have slipped out of the play-off places in the Championship but a win last time out has restored confidence at a vital time so they have bigger fish to fry and may continue to make changes.

Two teams likely to apply some squad rotation will meet on Friday night, with the Foxes’ strength in depth likely to see them through a tricky test.

Note: This SHF vs LEI match preview is based on our research and understanding from various news sources. You can select your own playing 11 on the basis of team news.

SHF vs LEI Fantasy Team:

Koustav Shaw @@GodKoustav

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