Leicester can join Tottenham and Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table if they beat relegation-threatened Fulham tonight.
The Foxes lost at champions Liverpool last weekend and will want to bounce back this evening.
Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester take on Fulham tonightGetty Images – Getty
Brendan Rodgers’ side will join the top-flight’s top two on 21 points if they win at the King Power.
Fulham, meanwhile, are 19th in the table having won just once this season and are in desperate need of points.
These two last met in March 2019 when Leicester claimed a 3-1 win.
Leicester v Fulham: How to listen
This match will get under way at 5:30pm on Monday, November 30.
Full coverage from the King Power Stadium will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our coverage starting at 5pm.
Russ Williams will be your host before commentary from Ian Danter and Dean Ashton.
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Leicester v Fulham: Team news
Jamie Vardy, James Maddison and Youri Tielemans are expected to return to the Leicester starting line-up against Fulham.
The trio began Thursday’s Europa League clash at Braga on the bench but came on during the second half as the Foxes came from behind to earn a 3-3 draw and seal qualification for the next round.
Wilfred Ndidi, out since September with a groin injury, could return soon while Ricardo Pereira, absent since March with a serious knee injury, is also making progress in his recovery.
Aboubakar Kamara can return for Fulham with the striker having served a three-match ban for his red card against Crystal Palace last month.
Kenny Tete is back in training following a calf injury but he is not yet in contention.
Fulham have won just once so far this seasonGetty Images – Getty
Leicester v Fulham: Match stats and facts
Leicester won their last Premier League meeting with Fulham (3-1 in March 2019), their first victory in six attempts against them in the competition (D3 L2).
Fulham have kept a clean sheet in 67% of their Premier League meetings with Leicester (4/6) – only against Derby do they have a better such record in the competition (75% – 3/4). However, they conceded in both meetings with Leicester the last time they met in 2018-19 (D1 L1).
Leicester have won both of their Monday Premier League games so far in 2020 by an aggregate score of 8-1 – the Foxes have never won three consecutive Premier League games played on a Monday before.
Fulham have won four of their last six Premier League games played on Mondays (L2), with their only victory so far this season coming in such a match (2-0 vs West Brom).
None of Leicester’s last 13 Premier League games have ended level (W7 L6), the longest current run without a draw in the competition.
Leicester have lost three of their last five Premier League home games (W2), as many as they had in their previous 20 at King Power Stadium (W12 D5).
Coming into the weekend’s games, no side has conceded more Premier League goals than Fulham this season (18), with 33% of these goals conceded coming in the opening 15 minutes of games (6) – also a league-high.
Jamie Vardy was involved in all three of Leicester’s goals the last time they faced Fulham in the Premier League, scoring two and assisting one in the Foxes 3-1 win in March 2019.
Fulham’s Bobby Reid has scored two goals in his last three league games, as many as he had in his previous 21 for the Cottagers. His three goals in eight Premier League games this season is just two fewer than he scored in 27 appearances in his previous campaign in the competition (5 in 2018-19).
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has won all seven of his Premier League meetings against Fulham – only Pep Guardiola (8 vs Bournemouth and 8 vs Watford) has a better 100% winning record against an opponent in the competition’s history.