Ever since their previous manager, Brendan Rodgers, led them to a disastrous run until he was sacked, Leicester City have been fighting for survival
Legendary Manchester United player Gary Neville predicts Leicester City’s position at the conclusion of the 2022–23 English Premier League season, Soccernet.ng reports.
Without Kelechi Iheanacho present, and Wilfred Ndidi in the team, the Foxes played Everton on Monday night at the King Power stadium, and they split the win 2-2.
Following that, the current Sky Sports commentator and former Valencia manager predicted Leicester City would escape being relegated from the Premier League at the conclusion of the season as he listed his bottom three.
Neville has supported City to escape relegation with four games left for Dean Smith’s team, who are now in 16th place and sharing 30 points with Leeds United in the 17th position and Nottingham Forest, who are currently in the 18th position of the relegation.
On the fan debate on The Overlap, he stated, “I think Leicester are going to stay up.” At the end of the season, the pundit also included Southampton, Nottingham Forest, and Everton in his bottom three.
In addition, Jamie Carragher excluded City from his list of the bottom three teams, which also included Southampton, Nottingham Forest, and Leeds United.
Leicester City’s last games this season will provide them with a greater challenge when they must prevail over Newcastle and Liverpool in order to escape relegation fully.