Victory for the Foxes would see them complete the most unlikely of sporting feats with just two games of the season remaining.

History in the making

Leicester have taken full advantage of the multi million giant teams like the Manchester Clubs,Chelsea and Arsenal struggling for form, with Claudio Ranieri's side sitting 17 points above the Red Devils going into the next fixture.

Now they are on the brink of becoming premier league champions for the first time in their 132-year history, with just three defeats all season.

Part of me hopesLeicestercity doesn'twin the title at Old Trafford on Sunday, but instead lifts the trophy in front of their own magnificent fans at the King Power Stadium next weekend.

The mysterious stars

Jamie Vardy, one of the Barclays premier league best scores, who is currently suspended, deserves to be on the pitch when they clinch the deal because he has been such a catalyst for the most incredible football story of them all.

But if they plant a memorable blue flag at the Premier League summit, and copy Arsenal in 2002 by being crowned champions on Manchester United's turf, it will not just be about Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N'Golo Kante.

At the start of the season nobody even guessed a captain like Wes Morgan could lift the trophy over stars like Rooney, Kompany, or John Terry.

Every title-winning side has a solid defensive block, and in front of Schmeichel, no centre-half pairing has been more resolute thanWes Morganand Robert Huth.

Raniery’s unknown men were magnificent thought the season.

Riyad Mahrez, Jamie Vardy, Christian Fuchs, Angolo kante, Danny Drinkwater and other lads came in Midlands by lower wages but now the can be part of history in the most fashionable football league in the world.

In a league dominated for the last 25 years by a select few rich, glamour clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal, neutrals and supporters from other clubs are also rooting for Leicester.

An Italian man who did the English job

The real value of the low-paid Ranieri lads has now become clear.

The Leicester blockbuster in 2015/16 season was absolutely remarkable led by a professional and experienced Italian manager.

Leicester fans deserved to cheer and celebrate in King Power for the first and maybe last premier league trophy in their lives.

Now the Italian man who always sees his teams in the second place in the Italian, English and French leagues can break the deadlock and lift his trophy by a mysterious and unknown team in comparison to the famous ones likeJuventus, Chelsea and ASMonaco.

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