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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Watford 2 1 2 7
12 Leicester 2 1 3 7
13 Hull 2 1 3 7
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Manchester UnitedManchester United
Leicester CityLeicester City
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 By PA Sport

Danny Simpson wants Leicester to get to grips with set-piece defending

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Jose Mourinho's decision to leave Wayne Rooney on the bench in United's 4-1 win.

Danny Simpson knows Leicester need to quickly get to grip with the new grappling laws after set-piece sloppiness cost the reigning champions at Manchester United.

The Foxes are still basking in the afterglow of last season's incredible title triumph, with the 5,000-1 shot flourishing as the big guns faltered thanks to camaraderie, attacking flair and defensive solidity.

The latter has proved harder this season and Saturday's 4-1 loss at Manchester United took their goals conceded tally to 11, with...

Leicester's Jamie Vardy says racism storm left 'permanent stain' on name

Jamie Vardy says he thinks the racism controversy he was involved in last summer has stained his name forever.

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy fears the racism storm in which he was engulfed in during the summer of 2015 has left a "permanent stain'' against his name which is "worse than a criminal record."

The 29-year-old England international apologised afterwards for a "regrettable error in judgement,'' soon after footage emerged which appeared to show him abusing a fellow gambler in a casino, with racist language on three occasions.

And he has stressed his remorse in his new autobiography, which is being...

Leicester must forget United loss 'immediately' - Claudio Ranieri

Claudio Ranieri was surprised with Leicester conceding from set pieces in their disappointing 4-1 defeat to Man United.

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri wants to quickly turn his focus to Tuesday's Champions League clash with FC Porto after the Premier League champions lost 4-1 to Manchester United.

United took the lead in the 22nd minute through Chris Smalling and that opened the floodgates for further first-half goals from Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba.

United were content to control things in the second half and Leicester salvaged some pride thanks to a wonder goal from 20-year-old substitute Demarai...