Premier League: Leicester City ready to 'attack the season' after winning first two matches, says Brendan Rodgers
It was the 100th victory for Rodgers in the Premier League in his 210th game — Alex Ferguson, Kenny Dalglish and Kevin Keegan are the only British managers to have reached the landmark in fewer matches.
Maddison had been linked with a switch to Manchester United, but the England international has agreed to extend his stay at Leicester after accepting a new deal worth a reported $130,000.
Let's take a look at the 17 teams who will still be playing in the Premier League next year and reasons why managers of almost all of these clubs might have been pleased with the way the league has ended.
Striker Jamie Vardy won the Golden Boot award after finishing the season with 23 goals but no other Leicester player reached double figures.
Premier League: Bruno Fernandes key in Manchester United's revival as they qualify for Champions League
A 2-0 victory for Solskjaer's lineup in a final day showdown between the Champions League contenders completed a remarkable turnaround for United and capitulation for Leicester.
The window opens on 27 July in England and British media reports had linked Chilwell — who has three goals and three assists this season — with a transfer to Chelsea.
Leicester City, who host Sheffield United on Thursday, have won just once in six league games since the season’s restart.
Premier League: Leicester's top four hopes under threat after loss to Bournemouth; Tottenham win north London derby
A 4-1 capitulation at relegation-threatened Bournemouth on Sunday summed up Leicester's form since the Premier League returned from its three-month coronavirus-enforced shutdown.
Premier League: Leicester's James Maddison, Ben Chilwell injury doubts for Arsenal clash, says Brendan Rodgers
Maddison missed Saturday’s 3-0 home win over Crystal Palace with a hip injury while Chilwell came off at halftime
Third-placed Leicester have picked up just two points from their last three Premier League games and crashed out of the FA Cup last week after a 1-0 defeat by Chelsea in the quarter-finals.
Premier League: Leicester City games to continue as planned despite local authorities enforcing lockdown due to spike in COVID-19 cases
Leicester, in England’s eastern Midlands, accounted for 10% of all positive coronavirus cases in England in the past week, prompting police to enforce a local lockdown.
Eight-time FA Cup champions Chelsea reached the semi-finals of the 2019-20 edition after beating Leicester City 1-0 at the latter's backyard.
Ahead of the Premier League's resumption, we at Firstpost take you through where the self-proclaimed 'Big Six' (and Leicester) currently dwell in the standings, what they need to do to ensure their respective seasons are a success and what they've been up to in the break
The Premier League, which has nine rounds remaining, has been suspended since mid-March but clubs have since returned to group training, with the government giving elite sport permission to return from 1 June.
Premier League: Leicester City to prepare in empty stadium to experience 'feel' of spectator-less matches, says manager Brendan Rodgers
'We’ll play at the King Power, so they’ll feel and get a sense of that,' said Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers says he caught COVID-19 in March, makes full recovery
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers said he could hardly walk after contracting the novel coronavirus in March but he has since made a full recovery.
Coronavirus pandemic: Premier League clubs to hold emergency meeting after Arsenal's Mikel Arteta tests positive
Arsenal’s first-team squad are set to self-isolate as a result of Arteta’s status and the club’s Hale End training centre has been temporarily closed.
Coronavirus pandemic: Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for COVID-19; first-team players, coaching staff to self-isolate
Chelsea said they expected those who did not have close contact with Hudson-Odoi to return shortly.
Coronavirus pandemic: Several Leicester City players isolated as precaution, says manager Brendan Rodgers
Several Leicester City players have been kept away from the squad as a precaution after showing symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, manager Brendan Rodgers said on Thursday
FA Cup: Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers says Jamie Vardy recovering from calf injury but won't play match against Birmingham City
Vardy was in blistering form at the start of the season with 17 goals in 18 league matches but has not scored in his last nine games in all competitions