No Pressure on Leicester: Ranieri
Leicester City may be facing the most important six weeks in their 132-year history but they are still not feeling any pressure, manager Claudio Ranieri said on Friday. With seven games left they lead the Premier League by five points as they bid to become champions of England for the first time. Nearest rivals Tottenham face a tricky game at Liverpool on Saturday, so that lead could even be extended after Leicester host Southampton the following day. "Of course, it is the biggest period ever for the club because never has Leicester been at this level," the Italian told a news conference on Friday. "There was pressure at the beginning when we had to be safe," he said. "After that, we are enjoying it.