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Ranieri back at Leicester for Burnley clash

Ranieri back at Leicester for Burnley clash

Mourners have turned Leicester's stadium into a shrine to Vichai, carpeting the ground with floral tributes and messages of thanks.

In this photo issued by King Power, Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, foreground, Wes Morgan, right, and Jamie Vardy second row, left, walk with other players and officials from the English Premier League team Leicester City on arrival at a Buddhist temple to participate in the continuing funeral rituals of team owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in Bangkok, Thailand, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018.

The Italian was in charge when Leicester secured one of the most remarkable stories in football history, before his departure in February a year ago, and has accepted the club's invitation to attend the game.

It is understood that Esteban Cambiasso, the Argentinean midfielder who made a memorable impression with his one season in the 2014/15 campaign, will be at the game. "We were unlucky but I was proud of the players' performance because they gave their best in this situation", Puel said.

"It's not easy to prepare this game, but the togetherness between us all, it's a good feeling, a good energy, a fantastic strength", he said.

"It's fantastic for Foyth". Newcastle were already ahead thanks to Salomon Rondon's first Premier League goal of the season in the seventh minute, and he doubled the lead in the 40th minute.

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Leicester's late surges lacked direction, and in the end Burnley had little difficulty holding on.

The draw left Huddersfield in the relegation zone after 12 games.

The Seagulls were a man down for nearly an hour with Dale Stephens shown a straight red for a challenge on Greg Cunningham after Callum Paterson had cancelled out Lewis Dunk's early header.

It was Southampton's first league goal in open play for 615 minutes.

Watford's Jose Holebas added to Southampton's frustration with an 82nd-minute equaliser that took a big deflection off Southampton's Cedric Soares. "The officials cost us two points", Austin fumed. "They've been incredible", Dyche said.

Huddersfield remain in the bottom three after West Ham salvaged a 1-1 draw at the John Smith's Stadium.


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