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Out to rectify some Boxing Day mistakes after seeing their winning streak snapped in a 1-1 draw with title rivals Ipswich Town, Leicester took full advantage of the Tractor Boys’ failure to sink Queens Park Rangers during a Friday night trip to the Welsh capital.

With just 18 minutes on the board, joint-top scorer Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall shifted the ball onto his left foot and picked out the bottom

corner with aplomb, before James Justin ensured yet another Foxes victory with a magnificent long-range strike 10 minutes after the restart.

Thriving under the high-pressing system implemented by Enzo Maresca, Leicester still have a firm grip on their one-way ticket back to the Premier League and enter 2024 atop the second-tier standings, eight points better off than closest challengers Ipswich after 25 matches.

Even with the notoriously challenging festive fixture schedule threatening to derail their title aspirations, Leicester came through the month

of December with a near-unblemished record, winning six of their seven fixtures over the course of the month and scoring at least twice in all of those triumphs.

Eight of the hosts’ last nine matches at the King Power Stadium have also ended in victory – the aberration being a surprise 1-0 beating at the hands of Leeds United – and a mere six goals conceded on home soil is unsurprisingly the best defensive record of its kind in the Championship.

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Huddersfield had briefly rediscovered their own defensive nous on home turf with a 3-0 Boxing Day beating of Blackburn Rovers, but Darren Moore’s men reverted to old ways during the visit of Middlesbrough, whose number 11

Isaiah Jones produced one of the misses of the season in the first half.Terriers attacker Josh Koroma also rattled the crossbar with the goal gaping, but Michael Carrick’s men would

eventually come good thanks to strikes from Josh Coburn and Jonathan Howson, who had seen a penalty saved by Jacob Chapman mere seconds before atoning for his error.

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