Competition: Champions League Date: Tuesday 22nd November 2016 Venue: King Power Stadium Kick-Off: 19:45 GMT
Ron Robert-Zieler is set to continue between the sticks for Leicester City in Kasper Schmichel’s injury absence, with the stopper on the sidelines alongside Nampalys Mendy and Ben Chilwell.
Islam Slimani and Matthew James are doubts for the hosts, which should hand a chance to Shinji Okazaki.
Club Brugges are without the suspended Ruud Vormer due to an accumulation of yellow cards and the Belgian side are also expected to be without injury doubts Lior Refaelov and Abdoulaye Diaby.
Leicester City are now just one point away from securing their spot in the knock-out stages of the Champions League and a victory tomorrow would also put them on the verge of securing top-spot. However, their domestic form this season makes the Foxes fairly unpredictable ahead of every match.
So far, Claudio Ranieri’s side have saved their best form for their European venture and have lost just twice at home all season. It all points to a comfortable win for the Foxes, who will expect to mimic their 3-0 victory in the reverse fixture.
Club Brugges still have a chance of clinching third-spot and a Europa League place but it’s an unlikely goal for the Belgians to achieve, as they’ve lost all four of their Champions League matches this season and you wouldn’t expect that record to change in their trip to face the Premier League champions.
Zieler, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, King, Drinkwater, Musa, Okazaki, Vardy
Butelle, Poulain, Simons, Denswil, Rhijn, Pina, Claudemir, Izquierdo, Gedoz, Vanaken, Vossen
Club Bruges have lost their last 6 matches in the Champions League.
Leicester are yet to concede a single goal during their Champions League campaign.