Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Onyinyen Ndidi is staying cautious over his team’s chances against Liverpool in Saturday’s English Premier League clash, but hopes that home advantage would play a role for his side.
Speaking ahead of the early afternoon kick-off at King Power Stadium, Ndidi was cagey, as said he cannot state categorically how much of a threat Liverpool would be for his team.
Ndidi added that his analysis might be wrong, because the season is still young, but went on to pledge that he and his colleagues will give their best effort and try to win at home.
The 21-year-old has racked up maximum minutes in each of the Foxes first three league games this season and was particularly thrilled with their late rally to beat Southampton 2-1 in their last one.
Claude Puel’s team are placed seventh on the league log with six points, having won two games and lost one, but Ndidi is hoping their fans could spur The Foxes to gun for victory against The Reds and step further up the table.
Ndidi said: “It’s going to be a good game. We are home with the fans, the atmosphere; I think everything is going to work out well.
“I would say last season, they were very good. This season it’s too early to judge and I think we will try to manage the game. We will just continue from where we stopped and try to give our best.”