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‘It’s going to be a tough one’ – Leicester City’s Ndidi wary of Everton threat

The Foxes will be eyeing all three points against Carlo Ancelotti’s males, nonetheless, the midfielder expects the encounter to be hard-hitting

Wilfred Ndidi says Leicester City will tread cautiously after they lock horns with Everton in Wednesday’s Premier League conflict.

Having silenced Brighton and Hove Albion 3-0 of their final outing, victory for Brendan Rodgers’ males on the King Power Stadium might see them transfer to the summit of the Premier League – supplied the tie between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur finish in a stalemate.

The Nigeria worldwide is anticipated to play a function within the fixture in opposition to Carlo Ancelotti’s males and he isn’t shying away from the threat posed by the Toffees.

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“It’s a sport which is going to be actually tough as a result of, clearly, it’s Everton,” Ndidi informed LCFC TV.

“They’re a excellent workforce. The supervisor is nice additionally. It’s a totally different sport from Brighton, however we all know that already. It’s going to be a tough one, however we’re trying ahead to it.”

“In the Premier League, you get totally different groups, however as a workforce within the Premier League, you’ve to be prepared for it. We, as Leicester, we’re prepared for something that comes.

“It’s been good, however we don’t get too snug. In the Premier League, any workforce can beat any workforce, nevertheless it’s good to have that confidence whenever you win.

“We’ll see the way it goes. The supervisor will title the workforce after which we’ll see what occurs.”

Ndidi is again in Leicester City’s squad after spending time on the sidelines due to an adductor damage. Nevertheless, he’s keen to construct upon his stage of match health.

“It was great that we won,” he continued. “The workforce comes first and it was good for us to win that sport, however for me personally, it’s all okay as a result of I’m getting back from damage.

“I’m simply attempting to get my health again and get again into the sport as rapidly as I can. Coming again from damage doesn’t imply I’ve to begin gradual, I’m simply attempting to give my greatest for the workforce.

“The fitness comes from training and playing games and I’ve been working hard and it’s something that adds up for fitness in the games.”

Everton come into the match having overwhelmed Chelsea 1-0 at Goodison Park on Saturday.

 

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