After being on 0 points after 7 games, things are looking better for the Foxes.
With 2 wins in their last 5 games, there is a more positive look where Leicester may finish the season.
It was only a few games ago where they were heading for relegation.
With the likes of both Reading and Brighton struggling and Leicester starting to pick up form, there may still be a chance Leicester can stay up.
But if they do, who looks more likely to go down.
Second from bottom are, Reading who are currently 1 point above Leicester but the Foxes do have a game in hand.
The Royals have lost 4 in their last 5, there only win coming against Tottenham in December.
Leicester will play Reading on the 2nd April at the King Power Stadium, which could turn out to be a relegation decider.
The fact that the King Power could potentially hold up to 32,000 fans will be a very hard game for Reading.
Brighton and Hove Albion are amongst the teams that could get relegated, as they are 2 points from the bottom but also have a game in hand. With no wins in their last 5, they are only heading closer to the drop zone.
Albion have also conceded the most goals this season with 39 goals in only 11 games, which on average is 3.5 goals a game.
The Seagulls next two games are between Chelsea and Manchester City, who are both going for the title.
One positive for the Seagulls is having in form Katie Robinson, she has recently been picked to play for England, and is currently on 2 goals and 2 assists in her last 6 games.
It will not be easy for the bottom three teams to pick up points in their remaining 10 games.
But who do you think is more likely to go down?