Leicester city travel to Braga in the Europa League on Thursday late evening hoping to win their fourth European match in succession unexpectedly.
Braga, on the other side, will have their ninth distinctive English side in an European competiton and are planning to move level on points with the Foxes at the highest point of Group G, giving they guarantee the maximum points in the tie.
The Foxes noteworthy run of six wins in all competition stick to an end on Sunday when they lost to Premier League monster, Liverpool in 3-0 spine chiller, making them two points hapless of the current leader, Tottenham Hotspur.
Brendan Rodger’s men would be moving their regard for the impending Europa League tie and would plan to win in order to be in an off-base position heading into the knockout phases of the competition.
Striker, Kelechi Iheanacho, who scored twice against Braga recently in the reverse fixture prior to international break has been associated with six goals in the Europa League this season, with three goals and three helps, the joint-a large portion of any player close by Lille midfielder Yusuf Yazici. The win against Braga is their greatest success in European competition in the wake of cruising past the Portugal outfit with 4goals to nil and would be hoping to show a similar performance on Thursday night.
The Foxes as of now lead Group G with nine points and could move six points away from Braga with triumph on Thursday night.
Braga have been on their very own noteworthy run, winning seven of their last eight matches in all competition, with their 4-0 lost to Leicester, their lone mishap lately. Triumphs over AEK Athens and Zorya Luhansk and furthermore the noteworthy 3-2 win against Benfica in Primeira Liga.
A success for Carlos Carvalhals’ side would see them go level on points with the Foxes at the highest point of Group G, winning their third Europa League match of the season.
Center defender David Carmo, who has been linked with a move to Man City is suspended, giving chance for Raul Silva to pair with Bruno Viana at the heart of the defence.
Midfielder Fransergio tested positive for Covid-19 toward the beginning of the month and is an uncertainty heading into Thursday’s match.
For the English side, Timothy Castagne, Wilfried Ndidi and Ricardo Pereira could feature from the bench having recovered from their different injuries.
Going into this game, the Foxes remain the top choice because of their noteworthy beginning to the campaign.