While a draw is not what Everton will have wanted at the start of the second half, they know they have two games in hand on Leicester and can close the gap later in the season. The good news for the Foxes is that they looked dangerous in the second half, even without Vardy. If they can use Barnes wisely, his pace will cause problems until Vardy is fit enough to return. The Foxes will also be buoyed by the news that Manchester United lost to Sheffield United, meaning they are still firmly in the title race.
The points are shared in a thrilling contest at Goodison Park as Leicester remain third in the Premier League table after grabbing a second-half goal. Everton took the lead through playmaker Rodriguez, with his right-footed effort crashing off the post before beating Pickford.
Leicester turned the game in their favour in the second half, and after a barrage of attacks, Tielemans fired home under the body of Pickford. Calvert-Lewin, Justin, Richarlison and Gomes all had chances to grab the winner in the closing stages, but it ends 1-1.