Leicester seem to be finding their feet again and can make it three wins in a row across the board when they face Newcastle.
Claude Puel has his doubters but always comes up with the goods and the recent 3-1 win over Huddersfield was perhaps his side’s best showing under him.
A midweek EFL Cup win at Wolves gave the fringe players a chance to shine but did bring some hurt, with Demarai Gray suffering an ankle injury which the boss expects to keep him out for the next month or so.
Strangely, dropping Gray and moving James Maddison to the left to allow Kelechi Iheanacho into the side seemed to bring out the best in both them and Jamie Vardy.
Newcastle always give you a chance and with just two points on the board, Rafael Benitez is already starting to suggest a fight against the drop is inevitable.
The Magpies have conceded at least two goals in their last three home matches and while the Foxes are hardly watertight, their attacking quality suggests they can win for the third time in as many trips to Tyneside.
The performance of the season so far arguably came from Sevilla on Wednesday as they smashed Real Madrid 3-0.
Pablo Machin’s men were excellent that night and their trip to the Basque Country should hold no fear.
Eibar have won their last two at home, winning by a single goal on each occasion as they kept things tight and struck on the break.
However, Los Rojiblancos seem immune to such tactics and having scored 14 in their last three outings, their long trip north looks set to be worth it.
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