vs Manchester United (A), May 1
With Spurs dropping points at home to West Brom on Monday, Leicester head into this clash at Old Trafford under relatively little pressure, knowing just one win from three will seal the title. United are in a good run of form, though, so the Foxes, who will be without top goalscorer Jamie Vardy through suspension, may have to wait to celebrate, at least until Tottenham visit Chelsea the following day.
Shoot Says: 1-1 draw
vs Everton (H), May 7
Party time in Leicester, surely. Spurs’ tough trip to Chelsea should have ended the title race the previous weekend, but, regardless, the Foxes are unlikely to find much opposition in the form of out-of-sorts Everton. Their season over after an FA Cup semi-final defeat, their shaky defence should prove easy pickings for the newly-crowned champions.
Shoot Says: 2-0 win
vs Chelsea (A), May 15
Claudio Ranieri returns to Chelsea as a Premier League champion – what a story. Chelsea will hope to end a disappointing campaign on a high, but Leicester, equally, will be looking to take their incredible unbeaten run into next season, where Champions League football awaits.
Shoot Says: 2-2 draw
League Position: 1st
Overall Points: 81