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Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has confirmed the Foxes will be without N'Golo Kante for at least two matches. The 24-year-old midfielder sustained a hamstring injury, so will miss out on the West Brom and Watford games.
"N'Golo Kante I think we'll lose for the next two matches. Hopefully only two. He has a little pain with his hamstring so I give to him some rest," Ranieri said at a pre-match press conference. "All season he's had a problem with one leg and now it's the other leg – perhaps he was over compensating."
Leicester currently sit top of the table, leading Tottenham by 2 points. Ranieri said Spurs are now the favourites to win the title. "Yes I think Tottenham and Arsenal are favourites. They have the players that can do everything, and win every match".