Leicester v West Ham
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Match Odds: Leicester 2.01/1, West Ham 4.47/2, The Draw 3.814/5.
Leicester City require just three more victories to seal their first-ever league title - and having won their last five games, keeping a clean sheet in each, it's clear they're in title-winning mode.
West Ham United, meanwhile, have been enjoying the complete opposite type of match - their last four games have finished 3-2, 2-2, 2-2 and 3-3. However, another open, end-to-end game might favour Leicester, who remain best on the counter-attack.
As you were for Foxes
Claudio Ranieri will name an unchanged side yet again, meaning this XI will have started five games in a row.
While individual brilliance was the key to their impressive start to the campaign, in recent weeks partnerships across the pitch have proved more crucial: Robert Huth and Wes Morgan have been outstanding at the back, with N'Golo Kante and Danny Drinkwater protecting them excellently in midfield. Ranieri has no reason to change anything.
Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy are increasingly being denied space, but Mahrez has hit two important winners in 1-0 victories since the start of March, while Vardy netted twice against Sunderland last weekend to end a surprisingly long goal drought.
Hammers to return to back four
Slaven Bilic experimented with a back three in the 3-3 draw against Arsenal last weekend, but scrapped that system at half-time and used a 4-2-3-1 against Manchester United in midweek.
That formation should be the order of the day here, with Andy Carroll upfront alone, with closest support from Emmanuel Emenike on the right flank.
Dimitri Payet should drift inside dangerously from the left flank, but Manuel Lanzini is also a huge creative threat from the number ten role.
Mark Noble and Cheikhou Kouyate are given license to bomb forward into attack, although this often leaves the defence exposed to quick counter-attacks, which Bilic needs to be extremely wary of here.
Wide areas will be key
The most interesting battles will be out wide. Aaron Cresswell has enjoyed a fine season at left-back, but here he'll be tasked with stopping the Premier League's most impressive performer this season, Mahrez, and won't be able to count on much help from Payet, who often vacates his left-sided position. West Ham will need to get one of their central midfielders out to stop Mahrez darting inside onto his left foot.
On the other flank, meanwhile, makeshift right-back Michail Antonio will look to overlap, pushing Marc Albrighton back into the left-back zone. Albrighton often plays much deeper than Mahrez, performing his defensive duties well.
Christian Fuchs will be able to tuck inside and stay close to Robert Huth, in the knowledge Albrighton will track back.
Leicester are strongest along the spine of the side, however, and because they're so compact and the holding midfielders stay in position, it will be interesting to see whether Lanzini and Payet find space. They might find themselves crowded out.
Of course, this isn't such an issue now West Ham can hang crosses up to Carroll, who hit a hat-trick against Arsenal last weekend.
Clearly, Leicester are built for defending crosses more than Arsenal, and neither Morgan nor Huth will be bullied in the air. Nevertheless, Carroll is difficult to stop for even the more towering, commanding centre-backs - and this is West Ham's most likely source of goals.
Leicester start as favourites, hovering around evens. The type of game, however, will be defined by West Ham's approach - do they attack the Foxes, or attempt to negate their strengths by sitting deep?