Leicester’s third consecutive draw was played in front of 22,795 at the Walkers Stadium. City’s second highest crown of the season were treated to the Foxes second worst performance at home. In musical terms, Leicester’s season has gone from sounding like “Things can only get better” to the “Stutter Rap”.
Here are some numbers…
3 – Its been two years since Leicester recorded three consecutive league draws. In September Rob Kelly’s side took a point at Sunderland, were held to one at home to Colchester and then snatched an equalised in a 1-1 draw with Birmingham. It was the start of a run which saw the Foxes go eight games unbeaten. Leicester need to avoid defeat at Brighton to equal that record.
3 – This is the third time Leicester have failed to get themselves on the score sheet in League One this season. Every member of the top five has managed to score on more occasions than Leicester. Scunthorpe Utd have yet to be denied a goal in League One this season.
6 – The number of points Leicester have won in October. It leaves them with the 14th best record in League One this month. Bristol Rovers are League One’s form team with 13 points, 10 goals and no defeats since the start of the month.