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Sunderland are back in Premier League action on Tuesday evening as David Moyes and his players head to the King Power Stadium.

The game kicks off at 19.45 GMT at the King Power Stadium.

Leicester City v Sunderland

David John says: Winning runs in the Premier League are as much about playing teams at the right time and Leicester’s huge upswing has been down to a handy stretch of fixtures on which to build some confidence.

They may be unstoppable at the moment whoever they take on but the schedulers have done them another favour with a rapidly-sinking bottom side next up at the King Power Stadum.

It has become increasingly clear that Claudio Ranieri was the problem for the players as Craig Shakespeare’s cliché-riddled post match interviews suggest he is not a man blessed with inspirational leadership qualities but it does seem to be falling into place – all that matters for the owners as they pull clear of danger.

Stoke’s insipid effort gave them a helping hand on Saturday and it looks like being a case of getting past visiting goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, who did his best to keep out Watford but the dam finally broke when Miguel Britos nodded home.

That leaves David Moyes and the Black Cats eight points from safety and the fact their two best chances fell to a wasteful Adnan Januzaj rather than Jermain Defoe – or even Fabio Borini – sums up how things are going at the moment.

Moyes must be tearing his hair out as Defoe missed training on Sunday after picking up a knock at Vicarage Road and his potential absence means the odds of bringing an end to a run of five games without a goal has increased dramatically.

Leicester are hot favourites to keep on rolling under Shakespeare and could well bound into the top half of the standings with three more points – one goal might be enough against the toothless visitors but the outstanding Pickford can keep the scoreline respectable.

Prediction: Leicester 1-0 Sunderland 

Leicester City v Sunderland: Team news

Leicester look like having an unchanged squad for the visit of Sunderland.

That means that captain Wes Morgan will remain out with his back injury along with midfielder Nampalys Mendy, who is still nursing a knee problem.

On-loan defender Molla Wague is out for the season with a dislocated shoulder.

Craig Shakespeare may name an unchanged team as he looks to maintain his 100 per cent winning record as Foxes boss with a sixth straight victory in all competitions.

Sunderland boss David Moyes will make a late decision on leading scorer Jermain Defoe ahead of Tuesday night’s Premier League trip to Leicester.

Defoe did not train on Sunday after taking a kick just below his knee during Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Watford and is a slight doubt, while fellow striker Victor Anichebe is still feeling some pain in his knee as he bids to return from a lengthy lay-off.

Midfielder Lee Cattermole was an unused substitute at Vicarage Road after recovering from a long-standing hip cartilage problem, but Steven Pienaar (calf) and Jan Kirchhoff, Paddy McNair and Duncan Watmore (all knee) are still out.


Leicester (from): Schmeichel, Hamer, Zieler, Simpson, Huth, Wasilewski, Benalouane, Chilwell, Fuchs, Gray, Albrighton, Ndidi, King, Drinkwater, Amartey, Kapustka, Mahrez, Ulloa, Vardy, Slimani, Musa, Okazaki.

Sunderland (from): Pickford, Mannone, Jones, Manquillo, Denayer, Oviedo, Love, O’Shea, Kone, Djilobodji, Lescott, Cattermole, Ndong, Gibson, Larsson, Borini, Januzaj, Khazri, Honeyman, Defoe, Maja.

Leicester City v Sunderland: Manager quotes

Craig Shakespeare (Leicester City)

On Jermain Defoe: “We have spoken about Jermain Defoe in our preparation and we know what kind of threat he can be. His record speaks for itself. But we won’t man-mark him.

“I was pleased to see him back in the England squad and he took his goal really well. Any team that has Jermain Defoe in it will be dangerous and we must keep him quiet.

“But he is not the only dangerous player Sunderland have – they showed what they can do by winning 4-0 at Crystal Palace a few weeks ago.

“We’ve been in the same situation as Sunderland, down there fighting for your lives when the games are starting to run out. It will be a close game again, I think, and we respect Sunderland but we are in a good place at the moment.”

David Moyes (Sunderland)

Apology for  threatening to slap a female reporter in a post-match interview: “It was in the heat of the moment. I deeply regret the comments I made.

“That’s certainly not the person I am. I’ve accepted the mistake. I spoke to the BBC reporter, who accepted my apology.”

Leicester City v Sunderland:  Opta facts

Leicester have never lost a Premier League home match against Sunderland, winning four and drawing two of their six meetings.

However, Sunderland have won two of their last four visits to the King Power Stadium (D1 L1), with the victories coming in the Championship in January 2007 and November 2004.

Jamie Vardy has scored three Premier League goals against Sunderland – only against Liverpool (5) has he scored more in the competition (also 3 vs Arsenal, Man City and Stoke).

Vardy has scored in three of his last four Premier League games (four goals) having scored in just three of the 23 games prior to this run.

Jermain Defoe has scored four goals in his last five Premier League appearances against Leicester.

Defoe has scored five penalties for Sunderland in the Premier League this season, with only Kevin Phillips in 1999/2000 (6) scoring more in a single season.

Indeed, those five penalties have accounted for 21% of Sunderland’s 24 Premier League goals – only Crystal Palace in 2004/05 had a higher share of their goals scored by penalties (27%, 11 of 41) in a season.

Craig Shakespeare is the first English manager to win his first four Premier League games – only two managers in the competition’s history have ever won more than their opening four, with Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola both winning their opening six games.

Leicester have scored 11 goals in their four league games under Shakespeare, as many goals as they scored in their last 14 Premier League games under Claudio Ranieri.

The Black Cats have failed to score in their last five Premier League games, with only opponents Leicester having gone on a longer run this season (a run of six). Sunderland last went six top-flight games without scoring between September and October 1981 (a run of eight).