"If you imagine the mentality to come out of a run of 11 games in this league without a win and then put five wins together, that takes a tough mindset". A win here could swing the race back towards our favour, but on current form it certainly won't be easy.
Leicester's hopes of European football suffered a big setback last weekend as they were beaten at the King Power by Newcastle. Fellow midfielder Vicente Iborra is also ruled out after limping off against Newcastle.
The latter is what appeals to me on this occasion as it's a result that would certainly suit Burnley.
"For Burnley Football Club even to be spoken about, it's a long, long way from where we were, it's a long, long way from where we were at the end of last season". The following season they won five top-flight games on the trot.
"I think it will be, I don't say a miracle, but they (Burnley) are in a good position of course now", he said. A loss on Sunday would mean the only way to avoid relegation is to win their final four games and Swansea City would have to lose all of their final five while overturning a minor goal-differential disadvantage (-19 to -26).
Jamie Vardy's 72nd-minute strike made it a nervy finish but the hosts held on to record a fifth straight win for the first time in half a century. Backing the second half for most goals is available at the price of (2.10).
"It's been a while since Burnley have been in European football so it would be great for us to get back there", said defender Matt Lowton.
If there have been any second thoughts about whether a European adventure is really what Burnley want at this stage of their development, then those doubts clearly do not extend to the players judging by their lightning start.
That all adds up to a 1-1 Correct Score at odds of [7.0]. Things can change quickly, but Leicester are now closer to the bottom half of the table than they are to Burnley.