Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has identified the next five matches as crucial for the Foxes as they bid to win their first ever premier league title.
The premier league leaders have been on a seven-day holiday after the Italian manager decided to give his wards a break following their heartbreaking last-gasp defeat at Arsenal last time out.
However, Leicester returns to premier league action at home to struggling Norwich on Saturday at the King Power stadium which will be followed by games against West Brom, Watford, Newcastle and Crystal Palace before the next international break at the end of March.
“It was right decision because they deserved to have a rest,” Ranieri, said.
“We have a block of games now until March 19 that could be the key to our season
“This is the key moment for us. I’m very focussed on these five matches. After that we can say where we are.
“We will say, ‘We are here, OK, keep going’, or ‘No! What happened?”
Leicester City currently leads the premier league log with 53 points with 12 games left until the end of the season.