On Wednesday night third-placed Leicester City take on Everton at the King Power Stadium in a game that could see the hosts go to the top of the table if results go their way at Anfield where Liverpool face Tottenham.
First and second top scorers in the Premier League Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Jamie Vardy will also be going head-to-head in this fixture. Everton man Calvert-Lewin is one goal ahead of Vardy, having scored 11 goals in 12 games, whereas the Leicester striker has scored ten in 11, but in terms of goals per 90 minutes, it is the Foxes striker that leads the way with 0.98 goals, to the Toffee’s striker who has a rate 0.93.
Last time these two sides met at the King Power, Vardy scored in a 2-1 Leicester win, which means he has two goals in his last three matches against Everton. Meanwhile, Calvert-Lewin can’t stop scoring this season and has found the net in eight out of the twelve Premier League matches that he has played in.