BBC pundits strongly disagree when predicting Leicester's title run-in

Leicester City - King Power Stadium

One is backing the Foxes to keep producing, the other isn't...

Pundits Dion Dublin and Chris Sutton have strongly disagreed when predicting Leicester's Premier League title run-in, according to BBC Football.

Indeed, Dublin feels Leicester City will continue to play well - and with a smile on their face.

But Sutton is convinced Claudio Ranieri's men will 'blow up' when added pressure creates doubt and uncertainty at the King Power stadium.

The pundits were discussing the Midlands side before their home clash against Norwich City on Saturday afternoon.

Dublin told the BBC: "I think Leicester will continue what they've been doing, playing well and with a smile on their face."

However, Sutton said: "I think Leicester will blow up. There's pressure now and that's when uncertainty and doubt comes in."

It's the kind of thing that's been said all season - many believe in Leicester and many continue to call for them to collapse (seemingly every week).

With the Foxes never having been in this situation before, of course, it's still a mystery as to exactly how they will cope.

But Leicester did not play badly against Arsenal, despite losing 2-1, and were victims of a harsh sending off for Danny Simpson. Their win against Norwich, meanwhile, was a massive boost.

Right now, then, Dublin's prediction certainly looks closer to the truth...

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