Foxes boss Enzo Maresca e sends a brutal warning to Leicester City players ahead of QPR clash…

Enzo Maresca, the manager of Leicester City, has issued a stern warning to his players, emphasizing the importance of maintaining their performance levels. He is well aware that teams like today’s opponents, Queens Park Rangers, are waiting for any opportunity to seize, as reported by Leicestershire Live.

Leicester City enters this match as strong favorites, having won 12 out of 13 league games this season. Their only league defeat came against Hull City, a match in which they arguably deserved at least a point, as players like Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Abdul Fatawu came close to scoring.

Despite losing key players like James Maddison and Harvey Barnes, the Foxes’ current position is not surprising. Credit goes to their highly skilled coach, Enzo Maresca, and their talented squad, which was bolstered by a productive summer transfer window. Their goal is to secure promotion back to the Premier League, and they are well on track.

Although the match takes place in the English capital and they don’t have the home advantage, Leicester City is expected to secure three more points against QPR this afternoon.

Queens Park Rangers, led by Gareth Ainsworth, has struggled this season and currently sits in the relegation zone after a challenging 2022/23 campaign that nearly resulted in relegation from the Championship. They have not won a single league game at home since their victory over Watford in March.

Maresca’s warning to his Leicester City players is clear: they must not let their guard down. He believes that continuous improvement of the players is essential, and any drop in performance will leave them vulnerable to their opponents. While there may be a gap in quality between the two teams, Maresca acknowledges that it’s a tricky game, and they must remain focused to secure a victory.

Although QPR managed to produce a shock win against Burnley last season, this match is viewed as a challenging one for them, and realistically, it’s not expected to yield favorable results.

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