Sunderland can edge a tight derby but must test Newcastle's shaky defence, says Kevin Phillips.
Kevin Phillips blogs on Leicester's need for goals as they visit his former club Aston Villa on Sunday.
Kevin Phillips blogs on defenders' nightmare Saido Berahino and Leicester's test at role models Southampton.
Sunderland showed fight against Arsenal but need solid defence to profit at Palace, says Kevin Phillips.
Leicester lost a late kick-off at Newcastle but will be clinical on SNF at Swansea, says Kevin Phillips.
Kevin Phillips said Swansea were victims of a poor penalty decision before Stoke squeezed to victory.
Suarez, Ronaldo, Messi, Phillips... Super Kev blogs on the 'major honour' of winning the Golden Shoe.
England's best young players should play at the U21 Euros to breed a winning mentality, says Kevin Phillips.
Joleon Lescott has made a huge impact since coming into the West Brom side, says Kevin Phillips.
Leicester forwards coach Kevin Phillips analyses each of their five goals against Manchester United.
Leicester coach Kevin Phillips says he has plans to exploit Man United's defensive weaknesses.
Leicester players are relishing the chance to play with Esteban Cambiasso, says Kevin Phillips.
Premier League sides have no excuse for going out to lower-league teams in cup ties, says Kevin Phillips.
After training drills paid off against Everton, Leicester coach Kevin Phillips blogs on a promising start.
Leicester coach Kevin Phillips says the Premier League newcomers can't wait for the big kick-off.
Kevin Phillips blogs on Leicester's pre-season travels, which has taken the side from Austria to Bangkok.
Leicester are 'buzzing' in pre-season, says Kevin Phillips, who is beginning life as a coach.
Kevin Phillips blogs on his emotional final game as a pro - and celebrating his retirement in style.
After 20 years as a professional footballer, Kevin Phillips is retiring at the end of the season.
Most strikers would go down in Matt Jarvis' position - and nothing's wrong with that, says Kevin Phillips.
Mourinho, Terry and Costa played their parts perfectly in the Capital One Cup final, writes Adam Bate.