- Pep Guardiola wary of Wilfred Ndidi's presence ahead of Man City's clash with Leicester City
- The Foxes will be hosting the current Premier League leaders at the King Power Stadium
- City are leading the pack with 14 points while Brendan Rodgers' men are 15 behind the leaders
Pep Guardiola has hailed Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi ahead of Leicester City's clash with league leaders Man City at the King Power Stadium.
Ndidi has become one of the key performers in the Premier League since joining Leicester in the summer of 2017.
The Foxes had recorded a comprehensive 5-2 win over the Citizens at the Etihad and will be looking to repeat the same feat when they clash in a week 30 league game.
And Guardiola is aware of Ndidi's commanding presence in the midfield alongside Youri Tielemans.
“Leicester can play in different ways four in back. Five, one striker, two strikers. They can play good build up because of the keeper. People in between like Tielemans and Maddison – they have the quality.
“They can play in different ways. Brendan knows the team and the mood and momentum today decide what they are going to do. We have to adapt.
“You see all the players, they have quality. Ndidi is going well, Tielemans is a top-class player. I remember when Vincent Kompany started talking about how good he was. Vincent as always was right. Top players with quality.”
City go into the with 14 points above second-placed Man United and 15 ahead of the 2015-16 Premier League champions.
It will also be an important match for Kelechi Iheanacho who played under Guardiola but was sold to the King Power outfit.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that it has all been Kelechi Iheanacho in the month of March for Leicester City as his five goals before the international break won the month's best player.
Iheanacho club and country teammate Wilfred Ndidi celebrated the feat with his compatriot as both players joked about winning the accolade.
In a video posted on YouTube, Ndidi was spotted carrying the plaque for Ihenacho while the striker bragged about deserving the award.