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Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi will play no part against Manchester City, with Brendan Rodgers refusing to rush the Nigerian back after missing the last two games with a knee injury.
The Foxes will also be without fellow midfielders Hamza Choudhury (suspended) and Nampalys Mendy (knee), but defender Ryan Bennett is hoping to feature for Leicester for the first time since arriving on loan from Wolves while Matty James is also in contention following a long-term Achilles injury.
David Silva will be assessed ahead of Manchester City's trip to the King Power Stadium after he was forced off in the win against West Ham.
Pep Guardiola has Oleksandr Zinchenko to call upon again after he served a one-game suspension following his dismissal at Tottenham.
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Live Premier League
- Leicester City have lost five of their last six Premier League matches against Manchester City (W1), winning the other in this exact fixture last season under Claude Puel.
- Man City have lost two of their last three away Premier League games against Leicester (W1) having lost none of their previous five away games there in the Premier League (W3 D2).
- Leicester have drawn back-to-back Premier League games, having drawn just one of their previous 22 in the competition (W15 L6).
- In Brendan Rodgers' first 14 home league games in charge of Leicester, the Foxes conceded just seven goals and never more than once in a match. In their last four at the King Power Stadium, they've shipped nine goals, and more than once on three occasions.
- Manchester City have lost four of their 13 away Premier League games this season (W8 D1), as many as they had on the road in their previous two campaigns combined (W30 D4 L4). City haven't failed to score in consecutive away league games since January 2017.
What a magical game. Leicester have gone from having a sensational season to a 'very good' season as it stands. They are in third and have enough of a gap to make the top four. They could slide, but this is where Brendan Rodgers will pit his ethos and tactics against Pep Guardiola.
On the other side, Aymeric Laporte is back to stop that vulnerability in the heart of the City defence. Things have calmed down and not massively different, but there is an authority there. They look as if they have their comfort back, and that makes such a big difference. The UEFA ban is hanging over them, so it is hard for the club to put it to the side. They have been and will be talking about it for weeks. All they can do is put in the performances ahead of the Real Madrid game.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-3 (20/1 with Sky Bet)