Episode 102 - The Foxes get revenge

Five months ago at Vicarage Road, Manuel Almunia was the hero and Anthony Knockaert the villain. This weekend the roles were reversed as Leicester thrashed Watford 3-0 thanks to a Knockaert goal and an Almunia error.

That three points helped move Nigel Pearson's side into the automatic promotion places in the Championship. We reflect on their season so far with James Sharpe, sports writer at the Leicester Mercury - and our very own Foxes fan, Jim Knight.

At the other end of the Football League, it was another dispiriting day for Northampton Town. The Cobblers hit rock bottom after a late 1-0 loss at Plymouth left them sitting at the foot of League Two. Mark speaks to Jefferson Lake from the Northampton Chronicle & Echo about their current plight.

Elsewhere, there's a review of the weekend's action with DC (live from Football Manager's big quiz in London) and we find out more about Graham Large's club Wolves…

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