However, with the visit of regular U18 league challengers Chelsea on Saturday, City's youngsters, who remained within one goal of the Blues until the hour-mark, suffered only their third defeat of the season.
Joe Haigh handed the west London side the lead in the 19th minute with a close-range finish at the near post, but Leicester dramatically hit back shortly after the half-time interval.
With 59 minutes on the clock, Blues defender Levi Colwill was adjudged to have committed a foul in the area, allowing Shane Flynn to step up and equalise for the young Foxes from the penalty spot.
However, Chelsea won a penalty of their own just two minutes later and, while City goalkeeper Oliver Bosworth saved Armando Broja's initial effort, the Blues man was there to convert the rebound.
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Their lead was increased in the 64th minute, meanwhile, as Charlie Wiggett seized on a loose ball in City's box to volley it beyond Bosworth and make it 3-1 to Chelsea.
As Leicester surged forwards in search of another goal in added time, they were then hit on the counter as Henry Lawrence slid it across for substitute George Nunn to complete a simple finish.
City, who are now seventh in the South table, return to U18 Premier League action on Saturday 19 October in a visit to Staplewood Training Ground to tackle Southampton (12:30pm BST kick-off).
City: Bosworth; D. Gyamfi, Sams, Barrett, Flynn; Pennant, Tavares, Arlott-John, Loughlin, Fitzhugh; Russ (McAteer 72')
Subs not used: Odunze, Aisthorpe, Murch, Marcel-Madivadua
Goal: Flynn (pen) 59'
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