Leicester begin a sequence of three games that will place their title credentials under severe examination.
First of all they entertain Liverpool on Tuesday evening and follow that up with away trips to Manchester City and Arsenal in quick succession.
If anyone had any doubts that Leicester could win the Premier League then they are about to discover if their bet slips should be ripped up and discarded or held on to for the chance of a big pay day.
Leicester have just one player on the treatment table – Schlupp, and he is expected to return to full team training this week so they are almost at full squad strength going into this run of games.
That contrasts starkly with Liverpool who still head the injury table list with eight players out – two until the end of the season, and with Daniel Sturridge seemingly unable to complete enough successive training sessions to come into the reckoning, Liverpool are relying heavily on their fringe and academy players.
Which is no bad thing. It has been a long standing grievance for Reds fans that so many young talented players have been allowed to leave because they weren't getting a chance. Under Klopp that has all changed.
Instead players will undoubtedly be moved on but it won't be because they didn't get a chance – it will be because they are deemed not good enough.
Lovren makes a welcome return to the defence – he has been arguably Liverpool's most improved player since Klopp arrived and Firminho, Lallana and Milner will possibly make up the attacking front three with still no end in sight for the striker crisis that has blighted this season.
One defeat in sixteen for Leicester and Liverpool will do well to keep out Vardy and find a way through a well organised defence.
An easy bet this one for Reds fans: