Leicester skipper Morgan out of Everton trip with back injury
- Author: Angelo Rivera Apr 09, 2017,
Apr 09, 2017, 1:59
Victory at Goodison Park would all but seal their Premier League status for another season, so there's plenty to play for between the two sides on Sunday.
The Premier League clash kicks off at 4pm on Sunday April 9. "It'sn't been prohibited, it's only all about keeping the run going against Everton".
"Ronald is a great guy".
Defender Ashley Williams is suspended as a result of his red card at Manchester United on Tuesday.
"Wes Morgan is still out, although he's put his boots on and been on the grass", said Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare.
In fact, Everton's last win against the Foxes at home came all the way back in 2003 with a goal from Tomasz Radzinski sealing a 3-2 win.
Cerezo, however, says it is easy to forget how much the odds were stacked against his side when they broke Real Madrid and Barcelona's nine-year stranglehold on the Spanish title in 2014 with a budget one fifth of the size of their two rivals, who have won 56 titles between them.
Leicester haven't won back-to-back Premier League games away from home in almost a year - a run of three wins in April 2016.
However, Atletico Madrid are having trouble selling all their tickets for the game, which could free up seats for Leicester City fans.
The men from Merseyside will certainly relish being back at Goodison Park - Koeman's charges have won each of their last five home fixtures, scoring 19 goals and conceding just three; the Toffees are chalked up as Betfair Sportsbook's 3/4 (1.75) favourites to maintain momentum on home soil by taking all three points from this fixture.
Everton manager Koeman knows what it takes to win the competition as he scored the winning goal in the 1992 final at Wembley to give Barcelona their first taste of European Cup success. But with 36 points, Shakespeare, who replaced the sacked Claudio Ranieri, refused to accept that the job of staving off relegation is complete. The record is now held by both Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti (six wins from first six games).