Team news, key stats and prediction ahead of Burnley vs Leicester in the Premier League on Sunday (kick-off 2pm).
Burnley will be without Ashley Barnes again as the striker prepares to undergoes surgery on a hernia problem that has plagued him in recent weeks.
Jay Rodriguez has returned to training after illness, however, and Chris Wood is set to feature despite suffering a broken nose.
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Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi remains sidelined after undergoing minor surgery to correct a knee problem.
Meanwhile, the Foxes will continue to assess defender Wes Morgan, who missed his side's last two matches because of a groin injury.
How to follow
Burnley vs Leicester is live on Super Sunday from 1pm; kick-off 2pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
- Burnley have won two of their nine Premier League games against Leicester City (D2 L5), both home wins in January 2017 and April 2018.
- Leicester are looking to record a league double over Burnley for the first time since the 2012-13 season in the Championship; the Foxes haven't won three consecutive league games against the Clarets since September 1906.
- Burnley are on the longest current run of Premier League games without a draw, with the Clarets winning five and losing 10 of their last 15 matches. At Turf Moor, Burnley have gone 18 league games without a draw (W8 L10).
- Leicester have won seven away Premier League matches this season - they've only won more in two top-flight campaigns; nine in 1965/66 and 11 in 2015/16.
- Leicester have lost three of their last five Premier League matches (W2), as many as they had in their previous 21 in the competition (W13 D5 L3).
- Burnley have had just 72 open play sequences of 10+ passes in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other side. Of these, just 10 have resulted in either a shot or a touch in the opposition box, also a league-low figure.
Charlie Nicholas' prediction
Burnley are right in the mix at the bottom. The only two people we genuinely talk about are Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes. They have never been consistent goalscorers; they may get 12 or 10, perhaps jump up to 15, but that is not enough to be a top-half team, unless they have wide players or midfielders, like Jeff Hendrick or Dwight McNeil.
These people have not been talked about for a while. At the back, the vulnerability is there and is certainly questionable. When you try to break Burnley down and understand, it is so hard to predict. Leicester can take the physicality but they want teams to come at them. Leicester have lost a little bit, and after the heavy defeat at Liverpool, they may have been questioned, especially the players by Brendan Rodgers.
James Maddison, Jamie Vardy, and Harvey Barnes had a reality check of the level they are trying to achieve. Vardy can be quiet for 75 minutes and score a goal, that is Jamie Vardy and he can hurt you all of the time. Leicester will falter and come off the gas, but this is what happens with that style of play. Burnley are digging their heels in at the minute, it will not be glamorous and Leicester will try to get it down but will be harassed.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 1-1 (6/1 with Sky Bet)