So can Huddersfield Town take the gloss off Leicester’s promotion party and finally claim a league victory over the Foxes?
Sean Scannell’s superb solo effort sealed a 2-1 FA Cup fourth-round replay success in the East Midlands last season.
But Leicester have won the last six league meetings between the sides, including their 2-1 triumph at the King Power Stadium back in October, when there were two own goals (by Town’s Anthony Gerrard and home full-back Paul Konchesky) and a red card for James Vaughan.
Town’s last triumph came back in November 1995, when Brian Horton was at the helm, the Skybet Championship was known as the Endsleigh League First Division and Town’s home was the McAlpine, rather than John Smith’s Stadium.
Darren Bullock (2) and Paul Dalton clinched the 3-1 victory.
And Leicester’s scorer was one Mark Robins!
The current boss would certainly like to emulate Horton, who guided Town to a final position of eighth that season.
Leicester finished fifth under Martin O’Neill and went up through the play-offs.
There’s no need for Foxes fans – and a full complement of 3, 850 will be in the away end – to sweat over a season-extension this year.
Their side are bound for the Premier League as deserved champions of the Championship.
A century of points is their target, with Tuesday’s title-cementing 1-0 win at Bolton taking their tally to 96.
Town supporters can at last relax safe in the knowledge that there will be a third successive season of second-tier football.
As Robins admits, the survival-clinching success, 2-1 at Yeovil on Monday, took too long to arrive.
But at least the winless sequence is over, and while thoughts turn to how next season’s squad might look, there are still two games of the current campaign to go, and a final haul of 15 wins and 56 points would provide a positive finish to a too-often frustrating campaign.
But Leicester will be tough opponents as they track a 14th away league win and 30th in total and aim to add to their 80-goal total.
They have suffered just one defeat in their last 25 league games.
And they have scored at least once in their last 31 games in all competitions.
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