The Foxes are currently second in the Premier League table following a fine start to the campaign, while Everton sit down in 16th spot having lost seven of their 13 league outings this term.
Leicester were tipped by many to be potential challengers for a top-six spot this season, but few would have predicted that the Foxes would occupy second spot in the table after 13 matches of the 2019-20 campaign.
Nine wins and two draws have brought Brendan Rodgers's side 29 points, leaving them second in the division, eight points off leaders Liverpool heading into this weekend's matches.
Manchester City are a point off Leicester in third, while Chelsea sit a further two points behind in fourth. Rodgers's team are actually 10 points ahead of fifth-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers, meanwhile, showing that they are in a fine spot to secure a Champions League finish this term.
Since suffering a 2-1 defeat at Liverpool on October 5, Leicester have won each of their five Premier League matches, keeping clean sheets in their last four. Indeed, the thumping 9-0 victory over Southampton on October 25 has been followed by three 2-0 successes over Crystal Palace, Arsenal and Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Foxes will feel that they have four winnable matches before taking on Man City on December 21, meanwhile, and it yet could be another sensational campaign for the club.
While Leicester are absolutely flying, the same simply cannot be said of Everton, who are down in 16th position in the table having only picked up 14 points from their 13 league matches this term.
Four wins, two draws and seven defeats - that is how the Merseyside giants have performed this season. They are only four points above the relegation zone, although just four points separates them from sixth-placed Sheffield United, which is an indication of how close things are in the table.
Everton took four points from their two matches against Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton before the international break but suffered a 2-0 loss at home to Norwich City last weekend.
Many believed that the defeat to the Canaries would see Marco Silva lose his job as head coach, but the Portuguese remains in the position leading into Sunday's tough game at the King Power Stadium.
The Toffees will be absolutely desperate for a result this weekend considering that their next four in the league are against Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.
Leicester form: LWWWWW
Everton form: LWLDWL
Jonny Evans was forced off against Brighton last week with cramp, but the Leicester centre-back has been declared fit for this weekend's contest.
Matty James is also back in training, although the midfielder will not be considered for selection.
As for Everton, Brazilian attacker Bernard could be available having recovered from the knee problem that has forced him to miss the team's last three matches.
Leicester possible starting lineup: Schmeichel; Ricardo, Evans, Soyuncu, Chilwell; Ndidi; Ayoze Perez, Tielemans, Maddison, Barnes; Vardy
Everton possible starting lineup: Pickford; Sidibe, Mina, Holgate, Digne; Davies, Delph; Bernard, Iwobi, Richarlison; Tosun
We say: Leicester 2-0 Everton
The Premier League seems to throw up surprise results at this stage of the season, but it is difficult to back against a home win this weekend considering the form of both teams heading into the clash.
Silva was actually sacked as Watford manager following a 2-0 loss at Leicester back in January 2018, and the Toffees boss would be under severe pressure if another defeat arrived on Sunday.
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