Gabriel Agbonlahor has stuck the boot into Leicester City ahead of their game against Nottingham Forest tonight.

He took part in a game designed by TalkSPORT where he had to choose between the two clubs in several categories.

The former Premier League striker was asked who he thought was the biggest club, had the best history, the best team, the best stadium and the best fans.

There were also two questions thrown in for comedy value. He was asked whether he thought Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was better than Jesse Lingard and which city provided a better night out.

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Agbonlahor scored the contest 6-1 to Forest. The only point that Leicester picked up came when he said he preferred Dewsbury-Hall to Lingard.

Naturally, this sort of stuff doesn’t really count for very much.

It was all just a bit of light-hearted fun ahead of the first league meeting in the Premier League between these two teams since 1999.

On that occasion, the Reds won 1-0 with Marlon Harewood giving Forest a victory on the final day of the season.

The Reds would dearly hope for a similar outcome tonight with the team on a run of four straight defeats.

Agbonlahor has stuck the boot into Leicester but they will be fired up

Make no bones about it, Leicester will be up for tonight.

Not only are they at home in a derby-day clash but they will still be smarting from their thrashing against Forest in the FA Cup last season.

The Reds are desperate for three points too and will be ready for this evening.

Steve Cooper has a tough challenge to blend 22 players together and try and establish his best team.

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He’s had two weeks on the training ground with his players, however, and it will be interesting to see the impact of that.

Agbonlahor might make some good points.

Forest do have a richer history and arguably are a bigger club but that is all irrelevant these days.

Leicester have enjoyed more success in recent times though and tonight looks very finely poised.

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