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Saturday's Premier League action will begin with a midday match between Leicester City and Crystal Palace at the King Power Stadium.

With a good comeback, the Foxes were about to win the game and stay out of the bottom two spots.

 Although Leicester City fell 2-1 to Bournemouth a week ago, they might rebound after their 4-0 victory against Nottingham Forest.

This week, the club administration backed Brendan Rodgers, making it unlikely that he will be shown the door soon. 

Can the coach get his team, which is at the bottom of the Premier League standings, to beat Crystal Palace at home?

This season, Patrick Vieira is struggling as a rookie with Crystal Palace. The Eagles are in 15th place and are just three points above the drop zone. 

The Premier League game on Saturday at noon is a six-point contest. The season of the winner might change with a victory for either club.

Palace just defeated Leeds United on matchday nine. The Eagles achieved their second victory with a 2-1 triumph.

From their past six league games, Crystal Palace have earned eight points.  In six matches, Crystal Palace have netted nine goals and conceded nine goals.

Leicester City's past six Premier League games have resulted in three points. This year, they have only managed one victory, a 4-0 victory against Nottingham Forest.

This year, Leicester's defence has performed poorly. Leicester have conceded 24 goals in 9 matches.

The history between Leicester City and Crystal Palace will encourage Rodgers. In their past six encounters, the Foxes have won four and drawn two games against Crystal Palace.

Leicester City defeated Crystal Palace 2-1 at home in 2021–22 after drawing 2-2 with them earlier in the season at Selhurst Park.

Rodgers will be without up to six players for the game against Crystal Palace on Saturday. 

Due to a calf injury, Ricardo Pereira is out of the game. Both Ryan Bertrand and midfielder Wilfred Ndidi will be out with injuries for the contest. Ndidi has a thigh strain.

Nampalys Mendy, who had a knee injury, could be available, according to the manager. After suffering a head injury, Timothy Castagne could be able to play, while Jonny Evans will have a fitness test before the match after suffering a calf strain.

Due to injuries, Vieira may be without up to five players. Due to an ankle ailment, Nathan Ferguson is out, while right-back Nathaniel Clyne will be out due to a foot issue.

James McArthur will not play due to a groin injury, while Jack Butland is out due to a wrist issue. Due to a leg injury, Chris Richards will miss the game.

Saturday's matchup between Leicester City and Crystal Palace should end in a tie at the end of regulation. As these clubs tie nil-nil at the King Power Stadium, the game should end with under 1.5 goals.

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