- Wilfred Ndidi has stated that Leicester City are ready for their crucial game against Man United
- The outcome of the game could finally hand Man City the Premier League title in the coming week
- The Foxes dropped points in their last two outings against Southampton and Newcastle, taking them to fourth
Wilfred Ndidi is confident that his team Leicester City will get a result against Man United in their forthcoming Premier League clash at Old Trafford, Tribuna.
The Foxes dropped to fourth position following their 1-1 with Southampton and the 4-2 defeat to Newcastle within the space of a week.
Chelsea victory over Man City at the Etihad saw the Blues leap frog the King Power outfit and with three game left to play, Brendan Rodgers must grind out results to qualify for next season's Champions League tournament.
Leicester have tough games ahead as they aim to finish their season on a high and will play United, Chelsea and Tottenham.
Ndidi who have shown his commanding presence in the Foxes midfield this season has stated that the Red Devils are beatable just as they knocked out Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men out of the FA in the Cup quarter final stages.
Ndidi told Leicester City official website:
"It’s a tough game. Obviously, the last time we met, we knocked them out of the FA Cup, but it’s going to be a difficult game.
"We’ll look forward to it and see what comes out of it. They’re a really good team, a really strong side. The players they have are top quality."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kelechi Iheanacho is currently one of the most in-form players in the Premier League as he helped Leicester City defeat Crystal Palace to cement their status in the Champions League spot.
Kelechi's club and international teammate Wilfred Ndidi has become his hype man both in and outside of the pitch, and this time the midfielder came with another soap-cutting request.
It all started when the former Man City striker scored the all-important winner against Southampton in the FA cup semi finals as the Foxes made it through to the final after many years.
Source: Sports Brief News