Leicester will hope to get things back on track when they travel to Selhurst Park to face Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace.
With just two wins from their last eight games – against bottom side Norwich and the Championship’s Millwall – Leicester really need a positive result here to inject some positivity into the King Power Stadium after what has been a bitterly disappointing start to the season.
Fortunately, there are no fresh injury concerns for Brendan Rodgers to worry about, so here’s how he could set up.
Kasper Schmeichel (GK) – His kicking has been a little suspect in recent weeks but Schmeichel’s ability with his hands has never been in doubt.
Timothy Castagne (RB) – A return to a back four should be on the cards after the three-man horror show in midweek, so Castagne could line up as a traditional right-back.
Jonny Evans (CB) – Evans missed the Legia Warsaw defeat through illness but it is hoped that he can return in time for this one.
Caglar Soyuncu (CB) – Both Soyuncu and Jannik Vestergaard have struggled this season, but it’s the former who has looked strongest with Evans by his side.
Ryan Bertrand (LB) – Luke Thomas didn’t boost his chances of starting when given the chance in Poland so this spot still belongs to Ryan Bertrand.
Wilfred Ndidi (DM) – Suspended for the Legia game, Ndidi will take his rightful place at the base of Leicester’s midfield.
Youri Tielemans (DM) – You could tell that Tielemans was missing Ndidi last time out. The pair work far better together.
Ademola Lookman (RM) – Lookman has provided a good spark off the bench and deserves another start.
James Maddison (AM) – Managed just over 20 minutes against Legia but was comfortably the team’s best player during the game. A start here is necessary.
Harvey Barnes (LM) – Needs to rediscover his shooting form but is still one of Leicester’s most dangerous attackers.
Jamie Vardy (ST) – Vardy has fought off competition from Kelechi Iheanacho and is among the goals again.