“Exciting” message revealed that Leicester City eyes new targets before restarting

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MANAGER’S MESSAGE

Brendan Rodgers has delivered an “exciting” message to his Leicester City players: they can reach the double of Champions League qualification and FA Cup glory.

The city face a hectic of 43 days, during their campaign restarts at Watford on Saturday, but it could be one of the largest month-and-a-half periods in the history of the club, if they return to Europe’s top table and winning the trophy that they have famously never won.

And Rodgers has not been evasive on this subject. He wants to achieve, Marc Albrighton has revealed.

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THE WOUNDS OF THE MOST RECENT

Leicester City could face 12 matches in 43 days from Saturday, to nine days of the Premier League and potentially three in the FA Cup.

Play twice a week during six weeks and after three months without competitive action that could result in injury, with more muscle strains reported in the Bundesliga from the German top flight restarted a month ago.

City have a relatively small injury list for the time being and go to Watford with a lot of options for Brendan Rodgers to choose from.

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NINE POINTS OF DISCUSSION

After three agonizing months without football, Leicester City will play a competitive match this weekend.

To prepare for the trip to Watford, the players have had nine weeks of isolation, at-home training, and four weeks of training at Belvoir Drive, with Brendan Rodgers’ team entered their last days of preparation.

City travel to Vicarage Road, we’ve put together a list of nine things that we learned about the team during these last days and weeks, and how that impacts, which will be a very busy run-in.

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UPDATED OBJECTIVES

Leicester City will be back in action with new goals after a three-month break allowed them to refresh their goals for the season.

The city was on track to complete five of their six pre-season, goals, manager Brendan Rodgers said in March, with the sole slip-up of the failure to meet the carabao in the final of the Cup.

But with the last nine Premier League matches of the campaign, and the last three rounds of the fa Cup, to be played in a very different landscape, the centre-back Jonny Evans has said that the City may need to re-evaluate what they want to achieve.

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