New Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare says his team are capable of winning the Champions League ahead of their "great opportunity" against Sevilla.
The Foxes lost the first leg of the last-16 clash 2-1 in Spain last month - just 24 hours before Claudio Ranieri was sacked - and a 1-0 win would send them through to the final eight on away goals. Sevilla won by a slight 2-1 score in the first leg of this fixture and should be a contested match with Leicester only needing to win by a one-goal margin.
After the "Shakespearean" age dawned, Leicester managed to find fresh belief to chisel out two crucial Premier League wins that have eased them away from the relegation zone.
The 53-year-old joined City's coaching staff as assistant to Nigel Pearson in 2008, spending a season with Hull City in 2010/11 before being brought back to the Club by the Srivaddhanaprabha family as part of Pearson's reappointment in 2011.
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"That is not saying we are going to be open, because we know Seville have got some world-class players, but it makes for an interesting game. Let's see what they're like when it's minus three back in Leicester".
The squad have recently returned from a four-day bonding exercise in Dubai to continue the momentum they have built up in the last few weeks - following some important league wins over Liverpool and Hull City. "We were all very happy to see him get it short term, I'm sure it would be the same reaction longer term".
No problem. We'll be making highlights of the game available for FREE both right here on BTSport.com and on the BT Sport app shortly after the final whistle is blown. While the sacking of Ranieri was highly controversial receiving global attention, there is no denying that Craig Shakespeare has made a difference on this team so far.
But Shakespeare, who began a second spell at the King Power Stadium in 2011, appears to have the full backing of his dressing room.