The focus switches back to the Premier League for this weekend and we have all the key facts and figures ahead of Chelsea's visit to Leicester City.
Leicester vs Chelsea head-to-head record
Biggest win for each team:
Leicester City 0-4 Chelsea 2003/04 (Premier League)
Chelsea 4-0 Leicester City 1924/25 (Division Two), 1957/58 (Divison One) and 1994/95 (Premier League)
Leicester City 4-0 Chelsea 1924/25 (Division Two)
Chelsea are unbeaten in our last four Premier League matches against Leicester (three wins, one draw). Leicester are looking for their first league win in encounters between the two teams since January 2021.
We are aiming to make it 10 wins from 14 visits to Leicester in all competitions (two draws, two defeats in the other matches).
Leicester have won one of their past six home league games against Chelsea (two draws, three defeats), winning 2-0 in January 2021. They lost the corresponding fixture 3-0 last season.
In the reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge in August, despite Conor Gallagher being sent off after 28 minutes when the score was 0-0, Raheem Sterling scored two second-half goals to secure the three points. Harvey Barnes replied midway through the second period.
The Blues are looking for a league double against Leicester for the first time since 2016/17 when we won 3-0 on both occasions.
Last five meetings at the King Power Stadium
20 May 2019
1 Feb 2020
28 Jun 2020
19 Jan 2021
20 Nov 2021
Last five Premier League results
Fulham (h) D 0-0
West Ham United (a) D 1-1
Southampton (h) L 0-1
Tottenham Hotspur (a) L 0-2
Leeds United (h) W 1-0
Chelsea are aiming to win three consecutive games for the first time since early October.
We are unbeaten in March in all competitions since a 2-0 defeat at Everton in 2019. We have won 15 and drawn one since then.
Chelsea are without a win in our last 10 away games in all competitions (three draws, seven defeats) since winning at RB Salzburg in October.
Only Newcastle (17) have conceded fewer Premier League goals this season than Chelsea (25).
Last five Premier League results
Aston Villa (a) W 4-2
Tottenham Hotspur (h) W 4-1
Manchester United (a) L 0-3
Arsenal (h) L 0-1
Southampton (a) L 0-1
Leicester have conceded the first goal in each of their last eight league games, coming back to win two of them (with one draw and five defeats in the other game).
Leicester have not had a single shot on target in back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since gaining promotion back to the top flight in 2014.
The Foxes have lost 15 Premier League games this season, behind Southampton (16), their most in a single campaign since 2018/19 (16). Brendan Rodgers has never suffered more league defeats in a season in his managerial career (also 15 with Swansea in 2011/12).
Leicester have won three (Nottingham Forest 4-0, Leeds 2-0, Tottenham 4-1) of their 12 home league games this season (three draws, six defeats).
With 24 goals scored and 25 goals conceded, Chelsea's Premier League games have seen fewer goals than any other side this season (49).
This will be our second successive Saturday 3pm kick-off this season and eighth overall.
By scoring against Leeds last weekend, Wesley Fofana was our 13th different Premier League scorer this season. Only Arsenal (14) have had more.
Graham Potter has already beaten Leicester once this season in the Premier League, a 5-2 win in September with Brighton.
Chelsea need to score three more league goals to become the fourth side to reach 2,000 in the Premier League era, joining Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Kepa Arrizabalaga’s next appearance will be his 150th for the club in all competitions.
Ten of Leicester's 36 Premier League goals this season have come from outside the box, both a league-high total and percentage (28 per cent).
Leicester’s 25 league games have had 79 goals this season (36 for, 43 against). Only Man City's (91), Arsenal's (84) and Tottenham's (82) matches have contained more.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have not scored in six home Premier League games this season, their most since 2018/19 (also six). The last time they did not score in more in a top-flight season was in 2003/04 (seven).
The Foxes have dropped 19 points from winning positions this season. From the 14 games they were leading they went on to lose five and draw two.
James Maddison has scored more goals (nine), provided more assists (five) and created more chances (42) than any other Leicester player in the Premier League this season. He is one of only two players to lead all three categories for a club this season, along with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.
This season’s Premier League stats (25 games)
Most minutes (max 2,250): Ward 2,250, Castagne 2,087, Barnes 1,926, Dewsbury-Hall 1,783
Most assists: Maddison 5, Iheanacho 4, Vardy 4, Daka 3
Clean sheets: Ward 6
Most fouls committed: Barnes 27, Dewsbury-Hall 24, Tielemans 24
Most yellow cards: Maddison 7, Soumare 4, Faes 3, Ndidi 3, Tielemans 3
Premier League scorers:
Maddison 9, Barnes 8, Daka 3, Iheanacho 3, Tielemans 3 (1 pen), Dewsbury-Hall 2, Albrighton 1, Castagne 1, Mendy 1, Praet 1, Tete 1, Vardy 1, own goals 2
Matchweek 27 Premier League fixtures
Saturday 11 March Premier League fixtures
Bournemouth vs Liverpool 12.30pm (BT Sport)
Everton vs Brentford 3pm
Leeds United vs Brighton & Hove Albion 3pm
Leicester City vs Chelsea 3pm
Tottenham Hotspur vs Nottingham Forest 3pm
Crystal Palace v Manchester City 5.30pm (Sky Sports)
Sunday 12 March Premier League fixtures
Fulham vs Arsenal 2pm (Sky Sports)
Manchester United vs Southampton 2pm
West Ham United vs Aston Villa 2pm
Newcastle United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 4.30pm (Sky Sports)
Wednesday 15 March Premier League fixtures
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace 7.30pm
Southampton vs Brentford 7.30pm