MATCH PREVIEW: Leicester v Swans
24th April 2016
Swansea City will be hoping to bounce back when they face Leicester City on Sunday (4.15pm).
The Swans travel to the King Power Stadium in what could be a pivotal clash at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
Leicester know a victory will take them one step further to winning a historic league title, with second-placed Tottenham now just five points behind the Foxes.
Francesco Guidolin's men, meanwhile, will be looking to bounce back from last weekend's disappointing defeat against Newcastle as they look to end the season on a positive note.
WHAT THEY SAID
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri: "We are in the Champions League. Well done to everybody, the owners, the fans, the players, the staff, everybody involved in it. It's a great achievement.
"And now we go straight away to try to win the title. I believe. Always I believe. I am a positive man, if Spurs go above us, congratulations. But I prefer to be five points up.
"I think they'll win the final four games. But I also think we'll win. If we win the title it will be unbelievable."
Swans Head Coach Francesco Guidolin: "We have some tough games to end the season because we play teams who have important targets.
"But we must play without fear, with both courage and with character. Sunday is a very important match for us as well.
"Our season is not finished yet and we need points."
LAST FIVE MEETINGS
Swansea 0-3 Leicester (December 2015)
Leicester 2-0 Swansea (April 2015)
Swansea 2-0 Leicester (October 2014)
Leicester 2-1 Swansea (January 2011)
Swansea 2-0 Leicester (October 2010)
- Leicester have lost just one of their last 20 league matches at home and they are unbeaten in their previous 13 (W8, D5)
- The Foxes have kept 11 clean sheets in their last 16 league matches
- Swansea's defeat by Newcastle last weekend was the first time they have failed to score in an away match in 2016
- The Swans have kept just one clean sheet in 17 matches away from home in the league this season - a joint-league low with Norwich
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