2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
12-8-18, 12th in English Premier League
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1dNick Miller

Wagner: Huddersfield promotion 'fairytale'

David Wagner says Huddersfield Town winning promotion from the Championship would be a similar "fairytale" to Leicester winning the Premier League.

2dIain Macintosh

Macintosh: What now for Leicester?

Last season's champions have revelled in the recent past. Now, writes Iain Macintosh, it's time to build a sustainable future.

3dJohn Brewin

Five managers with uncertain futures

The 2016-17 Premier League season is over, which means that managerial moves aren't far away. John Brewin assesses five coaches on the hot seat.

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4dPA Sport

Simpson asks Foxes teammates to stay

Leicester defender Danny Simpson has urged his in-demand team-mates to stay as the Foxes ponder manager Craig Shakespeare's future.

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4dBen Jacobs

Highs of UCL offset by Ranieri's sacking

Leicester went further in the Champions League than any other English side, but they also sacked the manager who delivered them a title a year ago.

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5dBen Jacobs

Vardy, Slimani lively but Leicester held

Jamie Vardy and Islam Slimani haven't always been on the same page this season, but they linked up well as Leicester fought back to draw Bournemouth.

5dColin Udoh, KweséESPN

Wilfred Ndidi: Life on the Fox lane

Back in December, an assertion on social media that Wilfred Ndidi was better than N'Golo Kante was met with not a little derision.

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7dBen Jacobs

Leicester's journey ends on Sunday

Leicester's incredible ride officially comes to an end this Sunday when Chelsea lift the Premier League trophy -- but what a superb trip it has been.

7dThore Haugstad for FourFourTwo.com

Son and Alli shine as Spurs outfox Leicester

Harry Kane scored four as Tottenham trashed Leicester 6-1 and the tactical talking point centred on how a 3-4-3 once more outsmarted a 4-4-2.

Shakespeare: Spurs' third goal drained Leicester's belief (1:37)
8dDan Kilpatrick

Spurs get their revenge at Leicester

A year ago, Leicester emerged from a race with Tottenham as unlikely Premier League champions. On Thursday Spurs revealed how far apart they've grown.

8dBen Jacobs

Shakespeare stakes his claim

Leicester City and Tottenham have nothing to play for, giving their Thursday night Premier League fixture a strange feel. But for one man, it's big.

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8dPA Sport

Shakespeare ready for Foxes talks

Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare has hinted talks with the club's owners are imminent, with the 53-year-old expected to be given the job long term.

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10dESPN staff

Schmeichel scoops end-of-season awards

Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has been named the club's Player of the Season and Players' Player for 2016-17.

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11dPA Sport

Shakespeare hits back at Mahrez rumours

Craig Shakespeare wants to show Riyad Mahrez how much Leicester value him but insists he will not "pander" to anybody as transfer speculation mounts.

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12dBen Jacobs

Leicester unlucky vs. Man City

Leicester deserved a draw at Man City, but Riyad Mahrez's missed penalty sent them home without a point.

Shakespeare: Leicester asked a lot of Man City (2:13)

2016-17 Prem Table

Tottenham Hotspur382684+6086
Manchester City382396+4178
Manchester United3818155+2569
AFC Bournemouth38121016-1246
West Bromwich Albion3812917-845
West Ham United3812917-1745
Leicester City3812818-1544
Stoke City38111116-1544
Crystal Palace3812521-1341
Swansea City3812521-2541
Hull City389722-4334

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-15Tied-12th
Goals Scored4810th
Goals Conceded63Tied-13th