Leicester City are looking to continue their excellent start to the EFL Championship season as they face Hull City this weekend.
Leicester City currently sit top of the EFL Championship table with four wins from their first four games this season.
The Foxes kicked off their campaign with a 2-1 win over Coventry City on the opening weekend before registering successive wins against Huddersfield Town, 1-0, Cardiff City, 2-1 and most recently Rotherham United, 2-1.
Leicester have been impeccable in terms of results but there is still clearly a lot of room to improve given The Foxes have faced some of the worst sides in the league and have had to rely on late goals to scrape past them.
On paper The Foxes are arguably the strongest side in the league but their performance have not yet quite matched what one would expect from a squad containing the calibre of player that Leicester's does.
They've still been good, if not too impressive, and there are plenty of reasons to suggest than once rookie manager Enzo Maresca starts to imprint his identity on his new side they will kick on and sweep through the entire league, but for now they're far from unbeatable.
This will be their first real test since Coventry on the opening day of the season and while it won't be an easy game it's still one most people will expect Leicester to win.
Hull City currently sit 8th in the EFL Championship with two wins, one draw and two losses from their first four games of the season.
The Tigers began the season with a 2-1 loss at Norwich City before registering consecutive wins against Sheffield Wednesday, 4-2, and Blackburn Rovers, 2-1, before being held to a 1-1 draw by Bristol City.
Hull have no doubt started positively under Liam Rosenior this season and having had an impressive summer in terms of transfers fans are quietly optimistic that they can mount a serious play-off push this season.
On loan Manchester City striker Liam Della has impressed while Turkish midfielder Ozan Tufan has ran the show for The Tigers.
This is one of the tougher games int the Championship calendar but Hull will be confident of taking a result here given how other, arguably lesser, sides have performed against The Foxes so far this season.
For our Leicester vs. Hull prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.