Leicester City, the side that, against all odds, won the Premier League title three seasons ago, then faded badly like a team of chumps, but two victories in their last two games against Chelsea and Manchester City have caused 'experts' to think again about whether the Foxes can repeat their glorious achievement of season 2015/16.
Leicester came from behind to beat everyone's favourites for the title, Manchester City, at Filbert Street last night, and this after a superb Jamie Vardy strike had grabbed all three points at Stamford Bridge at the weekend, sparking memories of their unbelievable feat of three years ago.
Football pundits were quick to react.
Former player, Alan Talkshite, said:
"If they can play like that until the end of the season, and stay clear of injuries, and close the massive 23-point gap on Liverpool, and overcome a whole range of other substantial difficulties, there's no reason at all why they can't do it again!"
Chris Sutton, a mediocre former player with several teams, said:
"There's a long way to go, and a lot of football to play. Anything can happen, and most probably will, or won't. I have know idea what I am talking about, because I can't see a cue card in front of my face. Excuse me, please."
And Match Of The Day host, Gary Lineker, himself a Leicester City fan, said:
"If they do it again, I'll present MOTD eating some crisps in a bra and panties!"