Leicester City Can Single-Handedly Decide Who Wins Premier League And Who Finishes 4th
All of a sudden, a number of fans are cheering on Leicester City for the remainder of the 2018/19 season and there's a very good reason behind their support.
It turns out Brendan Rodgers' side can single handedly decide the winners of the Premier League, as well as who qualifies for the Champions League as they face Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea in their final three games.
That means former champions Leicester have the opportunity to really cause mayhem in the race for top four.
And if they manage to secure a result against Manchester City at the Etihad, just like they did in February 2016, when Robert Huth's brace have them a five point lead at the top, things could really heat up.
Leicester can single handedly decide the Winners of the league and the top 4. Madness https://t.co/aNP9xeGOmb- Will (@willreyner) April 26, 2019
Leicester will come up against Arsenal at the King Power on Sunday as Unai Emery's side look to bounce back after a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Wolves mid-week to secure an important three points.
That means The Foxes could be key if Manchester United want to secure Champions League football, with a fixture against Chelsea also key on the last game of the season.
And plenty of rival fans are aware of the situation.
I've always said Leicester was my 2nd team and it's now more than ever, They can single handedly get us top 4 and stop them Scouse fucks from winning the league. CMON YOU FOXES! :red_circle::o: # https://t.co/92yIWyRKxj- TheUnitedSource (@TheUtdSource) April 27, 2019
Soooo @LCFC you remember that time we beat Spurs and handed you the league?- Scott (@KepaBall) April 27, 2019
Beat arsenal and Chelsea and lose to City please Brendan- Jonathan Powell (@jpowell100) April 27, 2019
Madness- Sef:red_circle::flag_ye: (@Sef_247) April 26, 2019
If they beat Arsenal Chelsea and lose vs City they should be renamed Leicester United https://t.co/9zkbYLLVr0- Sur le front un M (@krissmoha) April 27, 2019
Can Leicester do your team a favour?
It could very well be a potential season-breaker in the coming weeks.