Leicester City’s season so far is a dream, whereas in previous seasons they were battling with the struggles of the relegation zone, now they are close to becoming the champions of the Premier League. Things were going really well for them but in the last week where an incident in which referee Jon Moss gave the red card to their start striker Jamie Vardy against West Ham resulted in a 2-2 draw. The Football Association (FA) have decided to make a lengthy ban of his improper conduct but Leicester City have confirmed that Jamie Vardy has accepted the misconduct, and the length of a ban and will appear in front of disciplinary actions committee.
Leicester City are still five points clear in front of Tottenham Hotspurs with four games left to play, and coach Claudio Ranieri has suggested that they have to change the tactics to play without their star performer. The coach insists that they may miss his absence, but perhaps with a different approach against Swansea City it will help them and they have players in the squad who can replace Jamie Vardy.
Now that Leicester City have the fate of the destiny in their own hands, how they will achieve which seems impossible a year ago? Will they go with the same tactics 4-3-3 that they have been using throughout the season, or they will change to 4-1-4-1 with Okazai as a lone striker. The match on Sunday against Swansea will be a big boost to their title chances if they manage to win without their main striker.