Next season three Leicester players could miss up to six matches for the first team. This is due to the African Cup of Nations competition.
Wilfred Ndidi is vital in the middle for the Foxes – are you disputing that?
The statistics back it up and fans, experts, coaches and professionals surely all agree.
According to Leicester Mercury, when Ndidi starts for Brendan Rodgers’ team they have points gained a score of 1.48.
However, when he doesn’t begin a match, Leicester average only one point per game. This clearly outlines his importance.
Unfortunately for the King Power club, they stand to lose the defensive-midfield man again for up to six domestic contests next campaign when the Super Eagles of Nigeria begin their African Cup of Nations campaign.
Fellow compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho is also likely to be involved with the Nigeria national team.
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Additionally, Daniel Amartey is a Ghana regular and expected to play international football between 9 January and 6 February 2021, too.
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