Leicester's players were watching their Premier League title hopes play out at Jamie Vardy's house last night.
Foxes fans have coined the 'Jamie Vardy's having a party' chant this season, and the England striker appeared to be actually throwing one at his Melton Mowbray home.
If Tottenham fail to win at Chelsea then Leicester will be crowned the Premier League's most unlikely of champions, and the City players came together to watch the Stamford Bridge clash. Pictures showed a number of players such as Christian Fuchs, Robert Huth, Wes Morgan and Shinji Okazaki arrive at Vardy's home, while a number of supporters also gathered outside the gates of the house.
The whereabouts of manager Claudio Ranieri were unknown, though.
The Italian said he was going to his homeland to fulfil a lunch date with his mother and would not be back until after full-time, but reports suggested he instead chose to fly home earlier.