Jamie Vardy hosting Chelsea vs Tottenham at his house

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We can now confirm that Jamie Vardy's having a party... 

That's right, as reported by The Guardian, the stars of Leicester City will watch Chelsea's Premier League clash against London rivals Tottenham at the England international's home.

If Tottenham fail to secure all three points in west London, then the Foxes will be crowned Premier League champions. It's safe to say that Chelsea, who have endured a torrid campaign, will be desperate to end Spurs' hopes of claiming English football's most prestigious honour. 


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Claudio Ranieri's side may well have failed to seal the deal at Old Trafford on Sunday - they drew 1-1 - but there's every chance that they will reach the finish line. 

It has truly been a remarkable campaign for the club, who were placed at 5000/1 to win the Premier League at the start of the season. 

Vardy party 

Striker Vardy has been one of the club's standout performers throughout the course of the campaign and his teammates will be watching tonight's contest at his house.

Wide-man Marc Albrighton previously confirmed that the players would be getting together to watch the showdown. 

As per The Guardian, he stated: “They’ve got a tough game away at Chelsea and we’ll be watching that with a close eye on it.  

"I don’t think we can ignore this one. I didn’t watch last week, but I think when there is a chance to win the league, like this week, we have all got to watch it.”

Manager Ranieri will not be in attendance, however, as he will be flying home to spend time with his 96-year-old mother.

Will Leicester win the title tonight? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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