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England Premier League title race: Leicester, Spurs, Arsenal, Man City, West Ham, Man Utd

Leicester City's Premier League title charge continues to astound fans and rivals.

Leicester are on the verge of sealing their first ever Premier League crown after being tipped for relegation at the start of their 2015-16 campaign.

Titan footballers Kasper Schmeichel, Goalkeeper; Danny Drinkwater, Midfielder; Wes Morgan, Defender; Robert Huth, Defender; Matty James, Midfielder; Jamie Vardy, Striker; Andy King, Midfielder; and Marc Albrighton, Midfielder are key to Leicester’s title charge.

Shock Premier League leaders Leicester City are 5 points clear at the top with seven games left. The Foxes are 15 points clear of fourth-placed Manchester City and appear to be guaranteed a debut in the wealth making Champions League next season.

A top three spot this season qualifies Leicester for the Champions League group stage next season, and guarantees every qualifying club a minimum £10m participation bonus. Champions League qualification combined with Premier League prize money means Leicester can expect to bank around £100m with a Premier League 1st place victory.

Premier League 2015-16 Table

Leicester City 66 points
Tottenham Hotspur 61 points
Arsenal 55 points
Manchester City 51 points
West Ham 50 points
Manchester United 50 points

Leicester City 2015-16 England Premier League Results

The Foxes have secured massive, crucial victories against titan arch competitors in their fairy-tale season.

MARCH 2016

Crystal Palace 0-1 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 1-0 Newcastle United FT
Watford 0-1 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 2-2 West Bromwich Albion FT

FEBRUARY 2016

Leicester City 1-0 Norwich City FT
Arsenal 2-1 Leicester City FT
Manchester City 1-3 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 2-0 Liverpool FT

JANUARY 2016

Leicester City 3-0 Stoke City FT
Leicester City 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur FT
Aston Villa 1-1 Leicester City FT
Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 0-0 Bournemouth FT

DECEMBER 2015

Leicester City 0-0 Manchester City FT
Liverpool 1-0 Leicester City FT
Everton 2-3 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 2-1 Chelsea FT
Swansea City 0-3 Leicester City FT

NOVEMBER 2015

Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United FT
Newcastle United 0-3 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 2-1 Watford FT

OCTOBER 2015

West Bromwich Albion 2-3 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 1-0 Crystal Palace FT
Southampton 2-2 Leicester City FT
Norwich City 1-2 Leicester City FT

SEPTEMBER 2015

Leicester City 2-5 Arsenal FT
Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 2-2 Aston Villa FT

AUGUST 2015

Bournemouth 1-1 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur FT
West Ham United 1-2 Leicester City FT
Leicester City 4-2 Sunderland FT

Foxes Italian manager Ranieri intends to keep his focus on the league title and a spot in the 2016 – 2017 Champions League Tournament on course and encourages his side that was tipped for relegation to become champions and later to play with freedom once their top-flight bid for the Premier League trophy is safety secured.

French central midfielder N’Golo Kante quoted Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri talking about the end of the season battle.

“As soon as safety from relegation was achieved, he told us that anything else that we achieve from that point onwards was a bonus and that we should not be scared,” quoted Kante. “Nor should we hesitate about the situation that we were in.:

“We are carefree and we are having an exceptional season that we want to finish well. That is why we all ¬defend for the team, Kante continued. “We have a season to finish. As long as a club doesn’t approach me directly, I don’t pay too much attention to anything else.”

Rumor has it that a string of Foxes stars are eyeing pay-raises, and boss Ranieri may enjoy having his salary doubled at the end of the season as a reward for a Premier League top tier finish.

Some of Ranieri’s table-topping side are hoping to be given lucrative new contracts once they have secured the league championship and qualification for a spot in the Champions League.

Leicester City’s superstar striker Jamie Vardy has already signed a new contract worth £80,000-a-week until 2019, setting a bench-mark for the other Leicester footballers’ contracts once Champions League qualification is assured.

Sixty-four year old Ranieri is on a three-year deal worth £1.5m-a-year. Obviously Ranieri wants to stay on at Leicester long term to continue his successful run with the club.

Reportedly former Chelsea manager, Ranieri is on course to get a pay-raise from £1.5m a year to over £3m per season as the Foxes' top brass plan to tie him down with a new contract after his remarkable 2015-16 campaign. The Foxes are willing to remove a get-out clause in Ranieri’s contract in case Leicester went down this season.

Of note is that new Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola will be the highest paid Premier League manager next season with a deal of about £16m-a-year. Veteran Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger earns £8m-a-year at Arsenal.

Thai billionaire moneybags Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha owns Leicester City and is club chairman.

The smart businessman bought the under-performing Foxes back in 2010. Nigel Pearson was hired as manager in 2011 and led the club back to the Premier League in 2014. Claudio Ranieri was hired in 2015. Leicester were down at the bottom of the Premier League in December 2015 after 29 games; but then moved up to the top inspired by Ranieri who has never won a major title in his 30 year career. Bets are on that the Foxes will win the league title this season.

Claudio Ranieri Honors

Serie C1 (1989), Serie B promotion (1990), Serie B (1994), Coppa Italia (1996), Italian Super Cup (1996), Intertoto Cup (1998), Copa del Rey (1999), UEFA Super Cup (2004), Ligue 2 (2013)

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Will Leicester hold on to Premier League glory and silverware?

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The Foxes have seven more Premier League clashes coming up in March, April, and May.

On April 3rd Leicester City host Southampton at King Power Stadium; then on April 10th the Foxes travel to fight Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. Leicester hosts West Ham on April 17th; and Swansea City on April 24th.

In May titans Man Utd host Leicester City at Old Trafford. Then Leicester clash with Everton and Premier League superclub FC Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Buy tickets for Leicester City to watch the remainder of their amazing, historical campaign!